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Caterpillar To Consider Keeping Jobs in U.S. Thanks to Trump

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Caterpillar Inc. CEO Doug Oberhelman recently said that under a Donald Trump government, the company will consider keepings jobs in the United States that could potentially have been shifted abroad.

Bloomberg.com reported during a CNBC Squack Box with Oberhelman, who is stepping down from his position next month, that he believes a three percent growth in the economy is possible.

“This is the first time we’ve had a pro-business government, all three branches — and I still can’t believe this, I haven’t looked it up, people tell me all the time — since 1928,” Oberhelman said. “That is worth something.”

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