Biden va annoncer un plan de soutien de $1.900 milliards, rapporte le NYT

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Le président élu américain Joe Biden va présenter jeudi un plan de relance de l'économie américaine d'un montant de 1.900 milliards de dollars (1.562 milliards d'euros) pour compenser l'impact de la crise du coronavirus, rapporte le New York Times, citant deux sources au fait du projet.

Joe Biden, qui prendra ses fonctions le 20 janvier, a durant la campagne électorale érigé en priorité la lutte contre la crise du coronavirus et le plan de relance doit notamment garantir une distribution rapide des vaccins contre le COVID-19.

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