Largest ever U.S. fiscal stimulus package

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Largest ever U.S. fiscal stimulus package

Business Insider: Trump signs the $2 trillion coronavirus economic relief bill into law, which includes checks for Americans and business loans

Article published: March 23, 2020

IB Economics syllabus: Macroeconomics (expansionary fiscal policy)

Trump signed the largest ever economic stimulus package (expansionary fiscal policy) of American history to fight the recession caused by the coronavirus.

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