The Senate’s expected confirmation Monday evening of Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary sets another piece on the chessboard of the difficult game ahead in leveling the playing field and capitalizing on campaign promises to continue to promote Buy America.
President Donald Trump has said Ross, in his role as commerce secretary, would take the lead role in negotiating trade deals for the U.S., despite the fact that the law states that it is the U.S. Trade Representative ambassador
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