Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear speaks at the State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, on September 28 during the announcement of Ford Motor Company and SK Innovations’ plans to build two electric battery factories in the state. The US$5.8 billion dollar investment will provide 5,000 full-time jobs in Kentucky. Photo: AP
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear speaks at the State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, on September 28 during the announcement of Ford Motor Company and SK Innovations’ plans to build two electric battery factories in the state. The US$5.8 billion dollar investment will provide 5,000 full-time jobs in Kentucky. Photo: AP
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How Joe Biden can pull off a US ‘economic miracle’ and secure his legacy

  • Biden’s quest is to ensure a higher percentage of US economic demand is met domestically without further inflaming tensions with China
  • Unemployment is falling and long-term growth prospects are looking up, but there is still much to do to lure lost productive capacity back home

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear speaks at the State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, on September 28 during the announcement of Ford Motor Company and SK Innovations’ plans to build two electric battery factories in the state. The US$5.8 billion dollar investment will provide 5,000 full-time jobs in Kentucky. Photo: AP
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear speaks at the State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, on September 28 during the announcement of Ford Motor Company and SK Innovations’ plans to build two electric battery factories in the state. The US$5.8 billion dollar investment will provide 5,000 full-time jobs in Kentucky. Photo: AP
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