Business Roundtable’s infrastructure chair on supporting reform initiatives

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Following President Joe Biden’s announcement of his infrastructure plan, the Business Roundtable came out in support of rebuilding infrastructure, but corporate America is not on board with how Biden plans to pay for it. Brendan Bechtel, chairman and CEO of Bechtel and chair of the Business Roundtable’s infrastructure committee, joined “Squawk Box” on Thursday to discuss.

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