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$8.3 billion in a sentence

1. In 2006, 22.3 million travellers spent $8.3 billion providing an estimated 162,000 jobs in the state.

2. In 2009, hospital costs associated with amputation totaled more than $8.3 billion.

3. and construction ($8.3 billion).

4. Much of the 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic present on earth makes its way to the oceans.

5. The city's total assessed property value went up from $8.3 billion in 2005 to $14 billion in 2017.

6. In October 2013, McKesson agreed to buy a 50% stake in German peer Celesio for $8.3 billion.

7. In 2012, net sales were $6.9 billion, down from $8.3 billion in 2008.

8. Abramson headed U.S. Healthcare from 1975 until 1996, when he sold it to Aetna for $8.3 billion.

9. As of 2019, he has an estimated net worth of US$8.3 billion according to Forbes.

10. At year end, on March 31, 2008, combined sales totaled $8.3 billion for all American locations.

11. The sale raised a further £4.421 billion, taking the total Fund value at that date to £8.3 billion.

12. Merchandise exports grew from US$2.3 billion in 1979 to US$8.3 billion in 1985.

13. The project cost to be paid by the Government of Ontario is $8.3 billion.

14. At Andersen, as CEO "its revenue increased from $1.1 billion to $8.3 billion."

15. In 2018, two-way trade between both nations amounted to US$8.3 billion.

16. SAP SE agreed to acquire Concur Technologies in September 2014 for $8.3 billion.

17. SAP entered into an agreement to acquire Concur Technologies for US$8.3 billion.

18. Out of the $8.3 billion, $2.0 billion was the cost of the health system.

19. However, the program did not pay for itself as planned, losing up to $8.3 billion for 2014 and 2015.

20. It employed nearly 9,000 employees worldwide and generated net sales of $8.3 billion in 2017.

21. In Zhenjiang province alone, damage was estimated at 8.3 billion yuan (US$1 billion).

22. Major producers were: In 2005, world exports of chicken meat $8.3 billion (CAD).

23. 8.3 billion (77 million EUR) in 2012, against KES.

24. Collectively, the 64 storms have caused at least US$8.3 billion in damage and 1,693 deaths.

25. In 2017, trade between Chile and Japan totaled US$8.3 billion (911 billion Yen).

26. Forbes estimates his net worth at $8.3 billion as of February 2020.

27. On March 6, President Trump signed the $8.3 billion Coronavirus Preparedness and Response bill.

28. The bill includes $8.3 billion in emergency funding to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

29. At the time of signing, President Trump stated "So we’re signing the $8.3 billion.

30. I asked for 2.5 and I got 8.3, and I’ll take it" and "So here we are, $8.3 billion.