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Geithner says he’ll stay on at Treasury

 WASHINGTON – Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner disputed a report that he was considering resigning after finishing debt negotiations with Congress, saying he would continue in his job “for the foreseeable future.”

 “I live for this work,” he told former President Bill Clinton on Thursday during a question-and-answer session in Chicago as part of a Clinton Global Initiative conference.

 Bloomberg News reported that Geithner signaled the White House he might step down after the conclusion of the negotiations over the nation’s debt ceiling. The nation is set to hit its debt limit on Aug. 2.

Los Angeles Times



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