President discusses “mutual responsibilities” between government and business ahead of visit to U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The President welcomed Friday’s dip in the unemployment rate (now down to 9.0%) as he continued his “Winning the Future” message in this week’s address. And, though the President remains focused on ways to incentivize job growth and innovation, he also made it clear that America’s relationship with business should be a two way street. It’s a message he plans to deliver to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week:

“If we make America the best place to do business, businesses should make their mark here in America. They should set up shop here, and hire our workers, and pay decent wages, and invest in the future of this nation. That’s their obligation. And that’s the message I’ll be bringing to American business leaders at the Chamber of Commerce on Monday – that government and businesses have mutual responsibilities; and that if we fulfill these obligations together, it benefits us all. Our workers will succeed. Our nation will prosper. And America will win the future in this century just like we did in the last.”

President Obama’s Weekly Address:

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