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GE Scoops Up Second US Govt Contract This Week To Make Ventilators; This One’s Worth $336M

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General Electric's deal, made under the Defense Production Act, is for 50,000 of the much-needed devices as the US health care system grapples with COVID-19. GE will make the vents with Ford Motor Co.

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