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Trump signs $2 trillion rescue plan for virus-hit US economy

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US President Donald Trump signs into law a $2 trillion rescue plan to salvage an economy crippled by coronavirus, after the historic measure that delivers cash to suffering Americans cleared Congress.

Added on the 27/03/2020 23:13:20 - Copyright : AFP EN

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