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Washington — US President Joe Biden has to make good on his promise that the US will be an “arsenal” of coronavirus vaccines for the world, announcing he will share Food and Drug Administration-authorised shots after criticism that his administration is hoarding hundreds of millions of doses.

But he also signalled that he intends for US manufacturers to hold or grow their share of the global market for vaccines, casting his decision to begin supplying other countries as an engine for American jobs. He cautioned that American contributions alone will not resolve the crisis...

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