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A vow to jolt the economy

Obama puts team in place but warns of cuts and revised priorities

President-elect Barack Obama with Timothy Geithner, his Treasury secretary nominee, after a news conference in Chicago. President-elect Barack Obama with Timothy Geithner, his Treasury secretary nominee, after a news conference in Chicago. (Charles Dharapak/ Associated Press)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / November 25, 2008

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WASHINGTON - President-elect Barack Obama yesterday introduced his top economic aides with a promise to use a massive stimulus program to "jolt" back on track an economy that could lose millions of jobs, while also warning that a looming huge budget deficit will require cutting programs and reconsidering priorities. (Full article: 1354 words)

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