White House picks Bryson to lead Commerce

June 8, 2011 at 7:00 am

President Obama on Tuesday announced his intent to nominate John Bryson as the next secretary of the U.S. Commerce Department.   Bryson will replace Gary Locke, who was recently nominated to serve as the country’s next ambassador to China.
“John will be an important part of my economic team, working with the business community, fostering growth, and helping open up new markets abroad to promote jobs and opportunities here at home,” Obama said in a statement.
Bryson is expected to continue the ongoing effort to meet the president’s goal of doubling America’s exports to support millions of American jobs, the White House said.  Read more.

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