© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: U.S. White Home Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks throughout a every day press briefing on the White Home in Washington, U.S., November 18, 2022. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – There are not any plans to return to Congress to push for modifications to the Inflation Discount Act, the White Home mentioned Friday, a day after President Joe Biden mentioned it could possibly be tweaked to appease European leaders.
“We haven’t any plans to return to Congress for legislative modifications to the inflation,” White Home Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre advised reporters. “For any historic laws like IRA there’s a complicated implementation and course of which is actively beneath method at federal companies,” she mentioned.
Throughout a press convention with French President Emmanuel Macron Thursday, Biden mentioned “There are tweaks that we are able to make that may essentially make it simpler for European international locations to take part and/or be on their very own.”
European international locations fear tax breaks within the $430 billion Inflation Discount Act for North American corporations will drawback their very own.
“There are methods we are able to handle Europe’s issues,” Jean-Pierre mentioned. “This can be a matter we’re figuring out via substantive consultations in European counterparts,” she mentioned.