Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr “America is open for business”, Donald Trump would tell the world in Davos, the White House said today, affirming that the US President would emphasize his responsibility regarding household and worldwide monetary development and prosperity. He would influence it to clear that there can’t be free and open tradeif the nations are not considered responsible to the guidelines, Gary Cohen, Director, White House National Economic Council, told correspondents at a news gathering here. “At the World Economic Forum, we will reiterate America’s commitment to domestic and global economic growth and prosperity, strengthen close ties with other world leaders, and catalyse international business support for the President’s agenda,” he said. Cohen said Trump will emphasize that a prosperous America benefits the world and when the US develops, the world develops. “The President will keep on promoting reasonable financial rivalry,” he said. Trump is the first US President to go to the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos in almost two decades. Almost about six of his bureau associates and best authorities would go with him. He leaves for Switzerland today and is booked to address the World Economic Forum on Friday. Cohen said the US designation was heading off to the World Economic Forum to share Trump’s financial story and to tell the world that “America was open for business”. “We want the world to invest in America and to create jobs for hardworking Americans,” he said “President Trump’s policies have led to a rising stock market, low unemployment, and strong GDP growth, and we are growing,” Cohen said.