American recovery accelerated: new home sales rose to their highest level since 2006, PMI index rose to new record levels and unemployment dropped to its lowest level since the beginning of the pandemic . A positive rebound for Joe Biden is still not enough: the president’s goal is to lay the foundations for a long-term, all-round recovery, capable of transforming America. This is a goal to be pursued when increasing taxes. And so, after tightening corporate tax rates, Biden is now targeting the US market, where he has a keen interest in capital returns that excite investors. From Wall Street to Silicon Valley, the chorus of opponents of the White House proposal is growing hour by hour. There are people who talk about “an absurdity”, some a “slap in the face of entrepreneurs, some a blow” to the goose that lays the golden egg of America. “where Republicans are preparing for an outcry against a tightening of the tax burden that, in their opinion, risks choking and cannot recover a recovery.
US President Joe Biden in a phone call with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed it in the next few hours. will recognize the Armenian genocide of the year 1915 by the Ottoman Empire. This was claimed by US government sources reported by CNN. The story was not mentioned in Casa Biana’s report about the interview.
The first overseas trip of US President Joe Biden will take place in UK at G7 in Cornwall, which will take place June 11-13. This has been announced by the White House.
Then he will travel to Bruxelleswhere he will participate NATO summit on June 14th and follow up now US-EU Summit, to “underline our commitment to a strong transatlantic partnership based on shared interests and values,” the White House note continued.
The leaders “will discuss a joint agenda to ensure global health security, stimulate global economic recovery, address climate change, improve digital and commercial cooperation. trade, strengthen democracy “and solve foreign policy problems.
At the same time is the president of the EU Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the President of the Council of Europe, Charles Michel, announced with two tweets that the US President will join the EU-US summit in Brussels. “We have a lot to do together, from climate change to health, from trade and multilateralism to geopolitical challenges,” writes von der Leyen. “Rebuilding a strong EU-US alliance – Mr. Michel added – and joining forces on Covid-19, climate, security and multilateralism”.