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US could stay in Paris climate deal under 'right conditions', says Rex Tillerson

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Rex Tillerson confirms that US is not averse to Paris Climate Deal if terms are negotiated.
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US could stay in Paris climate accord 'under the right conditions', Rex Tillerson says 01:01

White House officials have been sending mixed messages on whether the US could remain in the Paris climate accord, signalling a shift from President Donald Trump's stand to pull out of the deal.In remarks on the CBS program Face the Nation, on 17 September , Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson,...

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