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China Pledges $2 Billion In Coronavirus Funding

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China Pledges $2 Billion In Coronavirus FundingWatch VideoChina has promised to spend $2 billion over the next two years to help fight the coronavirus.

Chinese President Xi Jinping made the announcement in an online address to the World Health Organization assembly Monday. He said the money will help nations respond to the coronavirus — particularly developing...
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News video: Xi Jinping Pledges $2 Billion to Fight Coronavirus

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Xi Jinping Pledges $2 Billion to Fight Coronavirus President Xi Jinping announced China’s plan at the opening ceremony of the 73rd World Health Assembly. President Xi Jinping, via video conference Xi added that once a vaccine is available, it “will be made a global public good.” At least 116...

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