Paris Agreement exit would damage reputation of US business, top economists warn

Michael Holder
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New academic report predicts US will suffer loss of political and economic power if it exits the global climate accord in November

The US risks drastically diminishing its economic prospects and political influence on the world stage should it exit the Paris Agreement as planned in November, a group of top US and UK economists have...

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