President-elect Donald TrumpDonald TrumpRyan, Trump advisers to accommodate on taxation remodel Iranian lawmakers opinion to boost troops spending Manchin: Trump will assistance on miners quarrel MORE met with Alibaba owner Jack Ma on Monday and betrothed that a dual would do “some good things.”
“We had a good meeting,” Trump told reporters in a run of Trump Tower, according to pool reports. “And a great, good entrepreneur, one of a best in a world. And he loves this nation and he loves China.”
Ma, who is a richest chairman in Asia, told reporters that a dual discussed how to assistance tiny businesses in a U.S. sell rural products to consumers in Asia.
Before a meeting, a orator for Alibaba pronounced that a devise would assistance emanate 1 million new jobs in a U.S.
“Jack skeleton to share how Alibaba will emanate 1 million U.S. jobs by enabling 1 million tiny businesses to sell American products to China and Asian consumers on a Alibaba platform,” Brion Tingler pronounced in a matter to CNN.
Trump has met with a series of private zone leaders, including Silicon Valley executives, given being elected. On a debate trail, Trump vowed to get worse on trade and renegotiate deals he pronounced harm American workers.
The president-elect remarkable the news that Fiat Chrysler would be investing $1 billion in U.S. factories and pronounced that he and Ma would be focusing on assisting tiny businesses.
“You only saw what happened with Fiat, where they’re going to build a large plant in a United States, in Michigan, and we’re really happy and Jack and we going to do some good things. Small business, right?”