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NAM Praises Biden’s Selections for Treasury, Other Top Positions

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) praised President-elect Joe Biden’s announcement of former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen as his nominee for Secretary of the Treasury.
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“NAM leadership met twice with Chair Yellen during her time leading the Federal Reserve. We were struck by, and appreciative of, how focused she was on American workers and the success of the manufacturing sector. Our conversations with her were refreshingly never one-way as she listened intently to the perspectives of America’s frontline job creators and asked probative questions on how Federal Reserve policies impacted our ability to invest, hire and strengthen our communities,” said NAM president and CEO Jay Timmons. 

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