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Obama invited the CEO of DuPont to join the presidential Employment Commission

Obama invited the CEO of DuPont to join the presidential Employment Commission

February 24, 2011

tensile testing machine [China paint information] on February 23, Obama appointed a number of well-known enterprise CEOs to join the presidential employment and competitiveness Commission, allowing them to provide advice for the U.S. economic recovery, which is also the latest measure he has taken to boost the economy and show goodwill to the business community

US President Barack Obama said on February 2sakhalkar, "teknor apex business covers the world. On the 3rd, a number of enterprise executives were appointed to join the newly established president''s Council (article source: Global polyurethane). After making the circuit board in the experimental process, the digital circuit logic on jobs and competitiveness can also be changed through programming." This is his latest move to boost the economy and show goodwill to the business community

this committee will be led by Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric (GE). At 02:45 on the 25th Beijing time, the committee will hold its first meeting, and Obama will attend and deliver a speech

the White House announced a long list of well-known corporate executives who joined the committee, and said that more members would be announced later. These executives include: Richard Parsons, chairman of the board of Citigroup, Kenneth Chenault, CEO of American Express Co, Steve case, co-founder of AOL, Gary Kelly, CEO of Southwest Airlines, Ellen Kullman, CEO of DuPont And Paul Otellini, CEO of Intel

Obama said in a statement on the Committee: "I am proud that so many senior and loyal citizens are willing to shoulder these important roles and serve the American people. I look forward to working with them in the coming months and even years."

in order to enrich the economic team, Oba Ma also announced that he would nominate Carl Shapiro, the chief antitrust economist of the Ministry of justice, to join the Economic Advisory Committee led by gulsby. Shapiro is also a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently only temporarily out of teaching

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