US President Biden, not worried about strong dollar “The lack of growth in other countries is a problem” | Reuters

PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he is not worried about the strength of the dollar, saying he is open to a strong dollar. He said he was concerned about the economic situation in countries other than the United States.

“In the U.S. economy, the domestic situation is very strong. Inflation is spreading around the world. It’s worse elsewhere than at home,” he said. “So the problem is that other countries lack economic growth and sound policies. ‘ said. He spoke to reporters in Oregon.

In addition, he criticized the large-scale tax cuts announced by the Truss UK government at the beginning of its inauguration, saying, “I wasn’t the only one who thought it was a mistake.” is the UK, not me.”

Truss announced on Thursday that he would sack Finance Minister Kwartengu and withdraw the corporate tax cut.

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