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Trump to put aside business empire, names Treasury chief

SBS Wednesday, 30 November 2016
US President-elect Donald Trump tried to stifle concerns that his business empire represents a conflict of interest, promising to put it aside as he packed his cabinet roster with fellow billionaires.
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On Wednesday, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump vowed that he would step back from running his business empire to avoid conflicts of interest. Trump also turned to Wall Street for nominees for two key economic leadership posts who promised tax reform and a tougher approach to China. In a series of...

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