Janet YellenPresident’s candidate Joe Biden For the US Treasury secretary, he highlighted the new government’s focus on domestic investment to improve the situation of workers and infrastructure projects before embarking on new business deals.
Yellen, whose candidacy will come up for a vote in the Senate Finance Committee at 15:00 GMT on Friday, has preferred to work closely with the allied nations to put pressure on China.
In response to a question by members of the committee whether the government will give priority to A trade agreement with TaiwanYellen responded, “President Biden has made it clear that he will not sign any new free trade agreements until the United States makes significant investments in American workers and our infrastructure.”
Our economic recovery at home should be our top priority. “
At the same time, he said the new administration plans to pursue a “robust commercial agenda” and will work closely with Biden “to reach out to our allies, rebuild bridges, and pursue business deals that support American prosperity and put workers first.” According to a transcript of his written responses to lawmakers after Approval session Tuesday.