Former Presidents Working To Find Economic Growth

Former Presidents can be a powerful force in promoting actions that will help solve the many problems facing the country by improving job creation.

The George W. Bush Institute held an inaugural conference on Economic Growth earlier this month.  As one of the first initiatives in Economic Growth, the Institute created the 4% Project.  National experts, Nobel Laureates and CEO’s convened to explore and promote the mix of public policies and private business practices that would drive the U. S. Economy toward this level of sustainable economic growth.

The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) has announced President Bill Clinton will host a CGI meeting focused on creating jobs and driving economic growth in the United States.  This will be the first Clinton Global Initiative dedicated to economic issues impacting the U.S. and will take place in Chicago in June.  The event will convene diverse stakeholders – including CEOs of American companies and international companies with U. S. operations, national and local government officials, and leaders from the nonprofit sector.  As with other CGI events, participants will be asked to make a “Commitment to Action”.

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