President-elect Donald Trump announced this Tuesday that Japan’s SoftBank will set aside $50 billion all for investing in the U.S., which will allow 50,000 new jobs to be created.
He announced the deal at Trump Tower after the meeting he had with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son.
Trump hailed Son as “one of the great men of industry.”
About that, on Twitter, Trump was assuring us that Son “would never do this” if Trump didn’t exit the election process as a winner.
As The Wall Street Journal reported, SoftBank has made investments in the U.S. previously, such as paying $22 billion for about 80% of Sprint in 2013.
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