Secretary of the Treasury

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Secretary of the Treasury

In the United States, the head of the Department of the Treasury, which is responsible for the printing of money, the collection of taxes, the regulation of banks and the management of public debt. He/she is appointed by the president with the consent of the Senate.
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Former United States Secretary of the Treasury to give Keynote Address at Africa investor Summit at New York Stock ExchangeLondon, Beijing, Johannesburg, New York, 3 September 2010: Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment research and communications group, today announced that Robert E.
74th United States Secretary of the Treasury (2006-2009), will open the conference as the keynote speaker on Monday, September 13, 2010 in a moderated interview hosted by Lawrence Kudlow, renowned free market, supply-side economist and host of CNBC's The Kudlow Report.
United States Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner today announced that Rockland Trust Community Development Corporation was awarded $50 million in tax credit allocation authority under the federal New Markets Tax Credit Program.

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