Nov 30, 2016 07:00 AM EST

Donald Trump Augments Employment; Succeeds Negotiations On Retaining Carrier Plant In U.S.

The newly-elected U.S. President Donald Trump had made a deal with the air conditioning company Carrier to retain its operations in the country. It means 1,000 jobs for the ordinary Americans.

Manufacturing companies are Trumps source of jobs for the jobless. This has been his promise to the average-income groups during his campaign. The people gave him a chance and the new Head of State has started working on his promise.

New York Times reported that Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence will visit Carrier's Indianapolis factory to announce the deal he has made with the company. It means 1,000 jobs to be retained in the state.

Robin Maynard, a long time employee of Carrier, said that he is ready to meet the President when he comes. He added that the move of the Trump administration will surely put her daughter to college.

In exchange for the continuing trust of the company, Donald Trump, and Mr. Pence promises to be friendlier with businesses by simplifying regulations and revising tax codes. This means lesser operating expenses for the whole business sector.

Aside from this, Indianapolis will also give incentives to Carrier to honor their decision to continue operations in the country.

Now a Liberal has cited Trump's attention to the factory jobs that will promote economic sustainability. Jared Bernstein an economist and adviser to former President Barack Obama, said that the jobs from Carrier are just a small chunk. The state created jobs counts to 181,000 jobs per year but it is still commendable.

Staying in the U.S. would mean forfeiting $65 million yearly savings if it operates in Mexico, but the advantage is the public relations damage that will be prevented from occurring if Carrier will move jobs overseas.

Carrier finds the deal was so fast. Donald Trump has already plugged-on the dynamo towards economic growth. Can he make America great again? Only time will tell.

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