Germany Mulls $70 Billion Stimulus Plan
The heads of the parties in Germany's grand coalition government began meeting on Monday to discuss a fresh economic stimulus program of up to €50 billion ($68.4 billion). The talks are likely to prove tough because the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) are opposed to conservative demands for tax cuts as part of the package.
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