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Brazilian miner Vale to spend up to $6 bln to reduce emissions by 2030
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The logo of the Brazilian mining company Vale SA is seen in Brumadinho, Brazil January 29, 2019. REUTERS/Adriano Machado/File Photo
BRASILIA, June 24 (Reuters) - Brazilian miner Vale (VALE3.SA) on Thursday said it would invest between $4 billion and $6 billion by 2030 to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, raising its previous forecast of $2 billion in investments, according to a securities filing.
Reporting by Marta Nogueira Editing by Chris Reese
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