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US lawmakers reach deal on $900 bn stimulus package

By AFP
21 December 2020   |   4:54 pm
US lawmakers have reached a deal for a nearly $900 billion Covid-19 relief package for millions of Americans as the nation struggles against the world's largest outbreak of the virus.

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