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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump accused congressional Democrats on Wednesday of not wanting to negotiate over a U.S. coronavirus aid package because he was refusing to go along with "ridiculous" spending requests unrelated to the pandemic.
WASHINGTON: It stands as the biggest economic rescue in US history, the US$2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill swiftly approved by Congress in the spring. And it’s painfully clear now, as the pandemic worsens, it was only the start.
NEW YORK: Dozens of millionaires from the US and six other countries have a message for their governments: “Tax us. Tax us. Tax us.”
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Beijing has hosted a teleconference with its Pacific island nation allies to discuss COVID-19 aid and publicised their pledge to support the "One China" principle and "oppose any attempt" to politicise the coronavirus pandemic.
BRUSSELS: As the European Union lurches toward one of the worst slumps since the South Sea Bubble burst in 1720, EU regulators have adapted their playbook from more recent history to help salvage companies from the ravages of Covid-19.
PARIS: Air France-KLM won European Union (EU) approval for a 7bil (US$7.65bil) French aid package consisting of a state guarantee and a subordinated shareholder loan as airlines face a collapse in revenue from the coronavirus outbreak.
COPENHAGEN: Tax-dodging corporations with outposts in offshore havens risk being left high and dry when European nations hand out vast bailouts to companies devastated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A woman who took rat poison this week outside Thailand's finance ministry over the slow rollout of aid during the coronavirus lockdown was promised on Tuesday she would get her money soon. For millions of other Thais, the waiting continues.
BEIJING (AP): Asian stock markets were mixed Wednesday (April 22) as oil prices edged lower amid anxiety about the coronavirus pandemic's mounting economic damage.