Now he holds a high position in the White House.
The US plans to nominate for the post of Secretary-General of the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) Christopher Liddell, White House deputy chief of staff. This was reported by a senior representative of the US administration.
Liddell, who was born in New Zealand and had dual citizenship, is responsible for political coordination. He previously held senior positions at Microsoft and General Motors.
OECD members are 37 democratic countries with developed economies, which account for more than 60% of global GDP. This organization was created to support economic growth, well-being, and sustainable development.