U.S. media reported on the 25th that U.S. President Biden expects to announce an executive order to “buy American goods” on Monday (January 25) local time. According to the report, Biden will ask the U.S. federal government to buy U.S. goods and services for a four-year budget of $400 billion, and invest the 300 billion dollar budget in important technology research and development in the United States.
According to the report, Biden announced his “buy American goods” political opinion in July 2020 when he was about to run for president.
At that time, he said that he would require federal government procurement to buy American goods and services over a four-year period of $400 billion, and the budget of $300 billion budget to invest in important American technologies in the United States.
Research and development. In addition, the report also said that Biden will also tighten the existing “buy American goods” regulations, some of which allow federal agencies to bypass and buy foreign-made products and services. Biden will demand that these loopholes be closed.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain said that the executive order to be signed by President Biden will “reliver his campaign promise and strengthen the rules for buying American goods”.
In addition, the report also said that Biden is also preparing to launch a coronavirus economic relief package worth 0.298 trillion USD.
Brain Deese, chairman of the White House National Economic Committee, said he would discuss it with senators in person.