Stephen Menuchin said on Wednesday that Washington had pledged to achieve economic growth rates of 3 percent or higher.
"What is happening in the United States now is a reflection of a program that has been developed," he said. "Given the US economic growth, it seems to be fairly good and attractive for investment."
The US Treasury Secretary reiterated his country's commitment to "free and fair trade", adding that strong growth in the United States was good for the economy, and there was no contradiction with Trump's "America First" program.
Since last year, the US dollar has been losing ground against major currencies and continues to decline at the beginning of the year, now dropping to its lowest level in three years.
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