The US Chamber’s CEO says Congress ought to assist the US economic system and keep away from tax hikes

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: US CoC President Donohue attends an event with the Mexican CoC in Mexico City

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Thomas Donohue, CEO of the US Chamber of Commerce, on Tuesday called on Congress to support the US economy until the coronavirus pandemic ended, but warned lawmakers of a return to “anti-competitive” higher taxes and one increased regulation.

In his annual State of American Business speech, Donohue also called on the Biden administration to lift the punitive tariffs introduced by the Trump administration, to resume trade and to “catch up” with other countries that are signing new trade deals.

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