First, former United States Treasury Secretary
Paul O'Neill launched a scathing broadside against the 'fiscal irresponsibility' of the Bush administration for cutting taxes for the rich which accelerated the chronic deficits in the external current account and the Federal budget -which perversely provided the 'free trade' President with the opportunity to raise tariffs 'to save US jobs' during election year.
Despite the meeting's positive mood, IMF managing director Mr Michel Camdessus and United States treasury secretary
Mr Lawrence Summers warned against complacency and urged ongoing reforms.
WHO: Mark Warner, Former Governor of Virginia Larry Summers, Former United States Treasury Secretary
Gene Sperling, Former National Economic Advisor; author of The Pro-Growth Progressive Steven Rattner, Managing Principal of Quadrangle Group, LLC Isabel Sawhill, Senior Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution, former OMB Associate Director Bernard Schwartz, Chairman and CEO of BLS Investments, LLC; former CEO and Chairman of Loral Space and Communications Jeff Faux, Founding President and Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny, editors of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas WHEN: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Tuesday June 12, 2007 WHERE: Human Rights Campaign Building 1640 Rhode Island Avenue NW Washington, DC 20036
Summary: Mumbai: India's rupee strengthened beyond 63 per dollar after former United States treasury secretary
Western United Life Assurance Company and also echoed the words of John Chapoton, a former Assistant United States Treasury Secretary
for tax policy, in a statement before the House Ways and Means Committee in March of 1999: "The notion that a sale by a claimant, many years after the fact, could somehow cause the structured settlement company to lose its original benefit under section 130.
United States Treasury Secretary
John Snow, accompanied by United States Senator George Voinovich and Ohio Governor Bob Taft, presented the award at ceremonies held Friday in Columbus, Ohio.
United States treasury secretary
Timothy F Geithner, in an interview to Bloomberg Television, called on US lawmakers and European policy makers to spur economic growth.