When Prince Harry addressed a Global Summit dedicated towards his sustainable tourism initiative Travalyst, he remarked: “There is a long road to recovery ahead, we all know this. But it is undoubtedly an opportunity for us to work together and build back better.”
Now, this speech strikes a chord of similarity to former Vice President Joe Biden’s plan for the economic recovery of the US.
Echoing Biden’s voice
He too reported his ‘build back better’ motif aimed at triumphing President Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ slogan. At that time, it included a $700billion investment in the field of procurement and research coupled with development for new technologies such as biotech, clean energy as well as artificial intelligence.
With multiple dimensions
According to him, the boost is expected to create around five million new jobs while equipping the federal administration to “Buy American” almost every time. Moreover, the move would be liable to boost the corporate tax rate up to 28 percent, taking a sharp stand against Republican tax cuts that downgraded the standard at 21 percent way back in 2017.
Last month, Mr. Biden was heard saying, “Folks, it’s not sufficient to build back, we have to build back better. That’s why my plan is to build back better.”
Meanwhile, his campaign website reads, “In this time of crisis, Joe Biden has a plan to create millions of good-paying jobs and to give America’s working families the tools, choices and freedom they need to build back better.”
A complete transformation
But whether the deliverance of the figures happens to be intentional or not remains unclear. On the other hand, both of them suggest that when the industries retrieve their progress, major structural changes would take to the forefront altering the final product for the better. Indeed, that would pose a stark contrast about how the world operated before the pandemic.