Nov. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Mary Miller, nominated to become the U.S. Treasury Department’s undersecretary for domestic finance, said much remains to be done to repair the economy while confidence must be restored urgently.
“Too many Americans are still struggling to find jobs and our housing market remains weak,” Miller said in prepared testimony to be delivered before the Senate Finance Committee today. “The urgency and importance of restoring confidence in our economy and our financial markets is clear.”
Miller is testifying today on her nomination for the undersecretary position. She has been serving as the Treasury’s assistant secretary for financial markets.
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