Trump has made a few things perfectly clear since he took the Oath of Office: Buy American, Hire American.
Even before took the podium on January 20 to become President of the United States, he was already creating jobs left and right. Here is a short list: Carrier: 1,000; SoftBank: 50,000; Sprint: 5,000; U.S. Steel: 10,000; Ford: 700; OneWeb: 3,000; IBM: 25,000; Alibaba: 1,000,000; Amazon: 100,000; Tesla: 1,400; Kroger: 10,000.
But here’s the kicker: Japan has only just begun their investment in the United States. After their SoftBank commitment, they now have announced more exciting job news!
From The Political Insider:
Not long after Donald Trump’s victory, Japan made it clear that they wanted nothing more than to work with the U.S. Trump had a meeting with the CEO of Japan’s SoftBank, which announced that they’ll be investing $50 billion into our economy, creating 50,000 jobs in the process. SoftBank has business in China – but they didn’t expand there. They want to expand here.
That’s just one business, of course, but the attitude of Japan’s government is the same. In fact, Japan’s prime minister is now expected to meet with Trump and roll out a huge economic cooperation initiative to boost growth in both our countries.
The so-called “Japan-U.S. growth and employment initiative,” which is expected to be presented when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits the White House Feb. 10, will involve $450 billion in market growth through new investments and the creation of 700,000 new jobs, reports the Yomiuri Shimbun.
Japan will reportedly invest in infrastructure development, as well as robotics, artificial intelligence, cyber, space, and defense projects in the U.S.
Among the projects included in the initiative are high-speed rail projects, plans for transportation infrastructure upgrades, technology sharing programs, advanced power generation projects, and other high-end programs.
H/T: The Daily Caller
Another Trump Effect win for America! Thanks to Trump, America now has the opportunity to help those in need find jobs that they are qualified for. The more jobs, the more job workers, the better the economy will be!
Source: The Political Insider