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Mnuchin, Kudlow say U.S. economy could open in May, defying experts

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
The Trump administration's top economic officials said on Thursday they believe the U.S. economy could start to reopen for normal business in May, despite health experts' emphasis on prolonged social distancing measures to defeat the coronavirus.
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