By Abid Aslam WASHINGTON, Nov 24 (IPS) - Think of it as a stimulus package without deficit spending: Were the United States to normalise trade relations with Iran and were the Islamic Republic to liberalise its economy, Washington could cut its fuel costs and add tens of billions of dollars to its economy, say U.S. exporters.
Well here is another fine example of the "Change" we will have to look forward to.
According to the The Economic Times Lawrence Summers, who Sunday was confirmed as president-elect Barack Obama's pick as his chief economic advisor, has already led the Treasury Department under president Bill Clinton.
Individuals at the center of Obama's transition and emerging foreign policy teams were top players in creating and implementing foreign policies that would pave the way for projects eventually carried out under the Bush/Cheney administration. With their assistance, Obama has already charted out several hawkish stances. Among them:
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