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National Economic Council
The National Economic Council was created by a presidential
executive order which was released January 25, 1993.
The principal functions of the Council are:
To coordinate the economic policy-making process with
respect to domestic and international economic issues;
To coordinate economic policy advice to the President;
To ensure that economic policy decisions and programs are
consistent with the
President's stated goals, and to ensure that those goals are being
effectively pursued; and
To monitor implementation of the
President's economic policy agenda.