WILMINGTON, Del. -- DuPont Co. here will continue producing chlorofluorocarbon-based refrigerants until the end of 1995 at the request of the Clinton administration. The decision reverses a policy announced this past March when the company said it would cease production of the ozone-depleting compounds by the end of 1994. That date is a year earlier than mandated by the Montreal Protocol, an international agreement regulating the production and use of CFCs. The effect on the supermarket ...

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