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Economic shock of coronavirus casts pall on NATO spending goals

Reuters Thursday, 2 April 2020
The economic shock of the coronavirus pandemic is likely to undermine NATO defence targets cherished by U.S. President Donald Trump, diplomats and experts say, as governments move closer to spending goals only by virtue of shrinking economies.
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