Washington, DC - January 6, 2009 -- United States President-elect Barack Obama meets with his economic team on Tuesday, January 6, 2009. The meeting included Rahm Emanuel, Chief of Staff-designate (R); Timothy Geithner, Treasury Secretary-designate (unseen); Peter Orszag, Director-designate, Office of Management and Budget (L); Rob Nabors, Deputy Director-designate, Office of Management and Budget (3L); Christina Romer, Director-designate, Council of Economic Advisors (2R) and Lawrence Summers, Director-designate, National Economic Council (3R). During the meeting they reviewed the medium-term budget outlook and discussed their willingness to craft a budget that will reduce the deficit as the economy recovers..Credit: Aude Guerrucci - Pool via CNP
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Washington, DC - January 6, 2009 -- United States President-elect Barack Obama meets with his economic team on Tuesday, January 6, 2009. The meeting included Rahm Emanuel, Chief of Staff-designate (R); Timothy Geithner, Treasury Secretary-designate (unseen); Peter Orszag, Director-designate, Office of Management and Budget (L); Rob Nabors, Deputy Director-designate, Office of Management and Budget (3L); Christina Romer, Director-designate, Council of Economic Advisors (2R) and Lawrence Summers, Director-designate, National Economic Council (3R). During the meeting they reviewed the medium-term budget outlook and discussed their willingness to craft a budget that will reduce the deficit as the economy recovers..Credit: Aude Guerrucci - Pool via CNP

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Date: 6 Jan 2009
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: Aude Guerrucci - Pool via CNP
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