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The Eiffel Tower is surrounded by a small-particle haze which hangs above the skyline in Paris, France, December 9, 2016 as the City of Light experienced the worst air pollution in a decade. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

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LONDON (Reuters) - Greenhouse gas emissions regulated under Europe’s carbon market rose by 1.1 percent last year, preliminary like-for-like data published by the European Commission and examined by carbon analysts at Thomson Reuters showed on Monday.

The analysts added that the data was incomplete as not all installations covered by the bloc's Emissions Trading System (ETS) have reported their emissions, and it does not include emissions from airlines.

The analysts will later on Monday publish a refined estimate of the verified emissions number which more accurately estimates the emissions for the unreported installations.

(Reporting By Susanna Twidale; editing by Nina Chestney)

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