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Winter Olympics Conclude in Vancouver东道国倍感振奋冬奥会圆满闭幕The Vancouver Olympics ended on Sunday and it could not have been a much better finish for host country Canada, which won the final gold medal.温哥华冬季奥运会星期天闭幕。对东道国加拿大来说,他们把最后一枚金牌揽入囊中,给冬奥闭幕画下完满的句号。This was an Olympics that began on a sad note after the death of Nodar Kumaritashvili, a young luge athlete from Georgia, during a practice run on the same day as the opening ceremonies.在第21届冬奥会开幕的那一天,由于格鲁吉亚一名无舵雪撬手在练习中出事故身亡,给开幕仪式罩上了阴影。International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge told reporters Sunday that the tragedy must not be forgotten and that lessons can be learned from it.国际奥委会主席罗格星期天对记者说,不能忘记这场悲剧,必须汲取教训。"We have a moral responsibility of making sure that the games are as safe as possible," he said. "We will never be able to eliminate all risks, and athletes who engage in competition are taking these risks also. But we must be sure we have taken the measures to diminish the risks to the maximum."罗格说:“我们负有道德责任确保奥运会尽可能的安全。我们永远不可能消除一切风险隐患,参赛运动员也在冒着风险。但是,我们必须确保已经采取措施,把风险降到最低限度。”Rogge says he did not sleep for two nights after the Georgian's death. Still, he says he marveled at the excitement of the Canadians proudly wearing and displaying their nation's red and white colors everywhere in and around Vancouver.罗格说,在格鲁吉亚雪撬手死亡后,他有两个夜晚无法入眠。不过,他表示,当他看到加拿大人兴奋自豪地穿着加拿大国旗颜色的红白两色装在温哥华城里城外各处装饰起红白两色时,他感到惊奇。201003/97566Hopes High, Violence Low, But Problems Remain at 6th Anniversary of Iraq War伊拉克局势好转但忧患仍存 This week marks the sixth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq that deposed Saddam Hussein and established a fledgling democracy, but also unleashed political, ethnic and sectarian tensions that caused years of devastating violence. As the anniversary passes, Iraq seems to be emerging from the worst of the bloodshed, and U.S. troops are preparing to leave, but some experts caution against declaring victory just yet. 这个星期标志着美国为首的联军进攻伊拉克六周年,美军在当地推翻独裁者萨达姆·候赛因,建立新生的民主制度,但也引发政治、族群以及教派间的紧张,导致六年来暴力攻击不断发生。随着六周年的到来,伊拉克似乎已经从最严重的流血冲突中走出来,美国军队也准备撤离,但专家警告目前宣告战争胜利还言之过早。These days, nearly all the headlines coming out of Iraq are positive, military, police and civilian casualties all down, the economy improving, preparations for another round of elections proceeding well, and U.S. troops preparing to scale back their role and fully withdraw within three years.  最近以来,从伊拉克传来的消息几乎都是正面的,军队、警察以及民众的伤亡都在减少,经济改善了,新一轮选举的准备工作也进展顺利,美国军队准备缩减规模,在三年内完全撤离伊拉克。"We are close to sustainable security, but we're not there yet," said Lieutenant General Lloyd Austin, the number two U.S. commander in Iraq. He says U.S. troops will continue to train Iraqi forces, and provide them with air support and other capabilities they don't have. But the emphasis now is on long-term security provided by the Iraqis themselves.  美国驻伊拉克第二号指挥官奥斯汀中将说:“我们已经接近可持续安全,但还没有完全达到那个地步。”奥斯汀中将说,美国军队将继续培训伊拉克军队,提供空中援助和其他伊拉克军队仍不具备的能力。但现在的重点是,伊拉克军队必须能维护自身长期的安全。"I think sustainable security looks a lot like the Iraqi security forces having the capability and the capacity to do this for themselves in the future. We will be here to mentor them, to provide them enablers where required, and so yes, I am confident that we can get the job done," he said. 他说,“我认为长久安全就是伊拉克安全部队有能力在未来保护自己的安全,我们会在这里协助他们,提供需要的辅助人员,我有信心我们可以完成这项任务。”In fact, that is what President Obama ordered last month when he announced that U.S. combat troops will leave Iraq by August of next year, to be followed by a full U.S. withdrawal by the end of the following year. The president said by then, U.S. goals in Iraq should have been achieved.  事实上,这也是上个月美国总统奥巴马宣布美国作战部队将在明年八月离开伊拉克、所有美国军队在2011年全面撤离时所下的命令。奥巴马总统说,到那个时候,美国应该实现所有在伊拉克的目标。"This strategy is grounded in a clear and achievable goal shared by the Iraqi people and the American people: an Iraq that is sovereign, stable, and self-reliant," he said. 奥巴马总统说,“这个策略是建立在伊拉克与美国共享的一个明确而且能够实现的目标之上,那就是一个自主稳定、能够自立的伊拉克。”There has been a lot of progress in Iraq during the last two years, due mainly to the surge of U.S. forces, a new counterinsurgency approach and improvements in Iraq's government and security forces. But some analysts, including former State Department official Wayne White, now of the Middle East Institute, say it is too soon to declare victory, and the road out of Iraq may be as difficult as the war's early years were. 过去两年来伊拉克取得了许多进展。主要归功于美军的强力打击,新的打击叛军战略以及伊拉克政府和安全部队的进步。但是包括前国务院官员、现任中东研究所研究员怀特在内的一些分析人士说,现在宣布伊拉克战争胜利还为时过早。怀特说,撤离伊拉克的道路也许和战争初期一样艰难。"There are a tremendous amount of unknowns," he said. "And too many people are simply acting as if it's over or we won or are successful, when we've got a lot of bridges to cross. I see trouble. In question is to what degree will we see trouble. Will we see violence that is so significant that it can not be contained by national police and Iraqi army forces, and requires U.S. intervention?" 他说,“伊拉克还存在许多不确定性,许多人觉得战争已经结束,或者我们已经取得胜利,但实际上我们还有许多艰难的路要走。我看到还有麻烦,问题是麻烦究竟有多大,我们是否会看到暴力攻击太过猖獗,让伊拉克部队无法压制,必须依赖美国的干预?”White is not confident that Iraq's security forces will be y to take full responsibility for their country's security in the coming years.  怀特对伊拉克部队在未来接手自己国家的安全任务并没有太多信心。"The mistake that people should not make is putting too much emphasis on the proficiency of Iraqi security forces. We did that, you know, back in '05, '06 and it got us nowhere," he said. 他说,“我们不该犯一种错误,就是过于强调伊拉克安全部队的能力,我们在2005,2006年时这么做,结果什么也没有达成。”But another analyst believes the president's plan has a good chance of working.  但是,另一位分析人士认为,奥巴马总统的计划成功的机会很大。"The good news is that the war is coming to an end. The kind of grassroots, bottom-up violence that we saw throughout '03, '04, '05, '06, '07, really has largely ended," said Michael O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution.  布鲁金斯研究所的欧汉伦说:“好消息是战争已经进入尾声,我们在2003年到2007年间看到的那种到处蔓延、自下而上的暴力攻击,已经基本结束了。”O'Hanlon cautions against being too optimistic. But he also says another year-and-a-half of help from U.S. combat forces, and a further year-and-a-half with U.S. trainers and support troops, should give the Iraqis enough time to solve their remaining problems, including the growing Arab-Kurd dispute in the north and ongoing attacks by militant groups. 欧汉伦也警告不要太过乐观。但是他说,美国作战部队继续提供一年半的帮助,再加上美国援部队和培训人员一年半的协助,应该能给伊拉克人足够时间解决他们现有的问题,包括北部地区阿拉伯和库尔德人的争议以及武装组织的持续攻击。"I think there's a good chance, although I would want to keep, first of all, an open mind about a couple of things, starting with the fact that I'm very glad that after 18 more months we will still have 50,000 U.S. troops in Iraq and the concept of a gradual withdrawal will continue to be our guiding philosophy," he said. 他说,“我认为很有可能,首先,尽管我希望对某些事保持开放态度,我很高兴我们在18个月后仍然有五万名部队驻守伊拉克,而逐步撤军将继续是我们的指导方针。”Pentagon officials are quick to say the progress in Iraq is still "fragile," although less fragile than a year ago. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says there are still problems to solve, and the "roots of democracy" in Iraq are still "relatively shallow." But he said Wednesday that after what he called six "difficult and painful" years, Iraqis can look forward to a better future. 五角大楼官员表示,伊拉克取得的进展比一年前要好,但还是非常脆弱。美国国防部长盖茨说,还有一些问题有待解决,而伊拉克民主扎根的工作,依据他的说法,仍然不够深厚。但是他星期三表示,在他所说的艰难困苦的六年后,伊拉克人终于可以展望更美好的未来。"I believe that the Iraqi people today, with all that pain in the past, have a future that they have probably never had before. The prospects seem to get better every day that the Iraqis will solve these problems politically and not with guns. And that's a much different kind of life," Gates said. 盖茨说,“我相信今天的伊拉克人在经历了所有的痛苦后,终于拥有一个从来没有的未来,每一天的情势都在好转,伊拉克人将以政治,而不是以武力来解决这些问题。那是一种完全不同的生活。”Secretary Gates says Iraqis elect their own government, their leaders respect the law, and the country has a chance for strong economic growth. As Iraq enters its seventh year of war, he predicted the country will emerge much better off by the time U.S. troops finish their scheduled withdrawal at the end of 2011, nearly nine years after they arrived. 盖茨部长表示,伊拉克人选举自己的政府,他们的领导人尊重法律,伊拉克有机会取得强有力的经济增长。在伊拉克进入战争第七年,他预计这个国家在2011年美军完全撤离时,也是美军进入伊拉克9年之后,将取得长足的进展。03/65120Some Economists, Officials in Asia Seize on the Positive on Economic Data亚洲各项经济数据相互矛盾  Recent economic data from Asia continue to show big declines in key indicators. But some economists say there are hints of a recovery.从亚洲各国传来的经济数据显示,关键指数均有大幅下跌。但是一些经济学家说,出现了一些复苏迹象。Every economist in Asia has probably been asked this question: is the worst over yet? The numbers across the region are conflicting.亚洲的每一名经济学家可能都被问过这个问题,最糟糕的阶段过去了没有?整个亚洲地区的经济数据相互矛盾。There is bad news: Japan's economy contracted an annualized 15 percent rate in the first three months ending in March from the same period last year - its deepest fall in more than 50 years. Exports - a key component in the economy - shrank 26 percent. 从日本传来的是怀消息。日本经济今年头三个月跟去年同比收缩了百分之15,这是日本经济50多年来最深重的下跌。日本经济的关键行业出口业则收缩了百分之26。But there are what some describe as "green shoots" of recovery. Consumer confidence in the world's second largest economy reached a 10-month high in April. Exports increased in March from February.不过也有一些被形容为是“萌芽”的复苏迹象。日本这个世界第二大经济体的消费者信心4月份上升到10个月以来的高点,3月份的出口比2月份有所增长。Kaoru Yosano, Japan's finance minister, looks forward. He says it seems the January to March period was the worst and that the economy is turning up a bit.日本财务大臣与谢野馨展望前景时说:“看起来一到三月份是最糟糕的阶段,经济开始有了一些上行迹象。”Elsewhere, officials say things are looking up too. Indonesia's president says recovery is in sight by next year, while Hong Kong's financial secretary expects a slight rebound in exports by the end of the year. Taiwan's president proclaimed the worst is over, although the economy is still in recession.亚洲其他国家的官员也表示局面开始好转。印度尼西亚总统说,明年将看到复苏,与此同时,香港财政司长预计年底将看到出口有些许反弹。Singapore's president warned of a worse year, with the economy contracting by between six to nine percent. However, on Thursday, Singapore's Trade Ministry said the decline in the island's gross domestic product - a measure of overall economic activity - slowed in the first three months of the year, compared with the previous quarter.新加坡总统警告,这是最糟糕的年景,经济将收缩百分之6到百分之9。不过新加坡贸易部长星期四表示,标志着整体经济活动的国内生产总值今年头三个月与前一季度相比,下降速度放缓。There are mixed signals too from one of few economies in the region that is not in recession - China. Retail sales in April rose 15 percent from last year. Authorities see this as proof that China's 6 billion economic stimulus package is working. 中国是亚洲地区没有陷入经济衰退的不多几个经济体之一,那里同样传来了混杂的信息。零售跟去年同比上升了百分之15,当局将此看作是中国5千8百60亿美元的经济刺激方案在起作用的明。But exports continue to plummet, dropping nearly 23 percent in April from the same month last year. Industrial output, a measure of factory production, fell more than seven percent, a bigger-than-expected decline.但是出口继续下滑,4月份出口跟去年同比下降近百分之23。工业产出下降了百分之7以上,这个标志着工厂生产活动的指标数据跌幅比预期要大。Xu Lin is director-general of fiscal and financial affairs at China's National Development and Reform Commission. He says the economy has shown signs of a rebound since November, as seen in electricity consumption figures - an indicator for industrial activity. He says the government's main concern now is to maintain this momentum.中国国家发改委财政金融司司长徐林说,自从11月份以来,可以从表现工业活动的指数--电器消费数据上看,经济出现了反弹迹象。他说,政府现在主要关注的是如何保住这个势头。"The current indicators have shown that the economic recovery is moving in a "V" shape. But some indicators may not support that. But we cannot say by the indicators in April that we can prove that the "V" shaped recovery has been changed to a different direction," he said. "But if there will be more indicators to show that the recovery is changing the direction, then maybe we have to take additional measures to further consolidate the "V" shape."徐林说:“目前的指数显示,经济正在以V字形复苏。但是,有些数据也许并不持这一点。可是我们不能根据4月份的数据说,我们能够实V字形的经济复苏已经改变了方向。但是如果出现更多数据显示,经济复苏改变了方向,我们也许需要采取进一步措施来巩固经济的V字形复苏。”A "V" shaped recovery is the best anyone can hope for - the economy bottoms out quickly and sharply recovers. However, economists also talk about a "U" shaped recovery, where there is a longer slump before a gradual upturn. Worse is the "L" shaped recovery - which means a sharp drop and then no real growth for a long time, or a "W" shaped recovery - when the economy starts to recover, then quickly falls back into recession.V字型的复苏是一种最好的状况,因为经济在短时间之内触底,然后随即复苏。然而,经济学家同时也在谈论U字型复苏,也就是在经济谷底时间较长,而复苏的速度则比较缓慢。最糟糕的是L字型复苏,那表示经济直坠落地,并且长时间之内没有真正的成长。W字型复苏也很糟糕,这是当经济开始复苏的时后,又很快掉回衰退。Alan Oster, group chief economist of the National Australia Bank, says a "W" recovery will be unlikely because of the massive amounts of government money pumped into the world's economies over the past year.澳大利亚的首席经济学家艾伦.奥斯特说,不太可能出现W字型复苏,因为在过去一年政府对世界经济注入了大笔资金。"You push a lot of money into economies - through interest rates and fiscal policies - I think the machine works. To get to "W" you need something else - you need an interest rate followed by an oil price shock, which is what the '80s were," said Oster. "You need to say to me something else is going to come along and clobber us."他说:“通过调整利率和恰当使用会计政策,你向经济投放很多资金,我想这有用。要出现W字型复苏需要不同的条件,你需要利率随着石油价格震荡,就如1980年时一样。你需要告诉我还有其他的事物将来冲击我们。”Governments in the region have been spending their way out of the crisis - handing out cash to citizens, building new highways, funding new programs, to revive business activity. Some countries, such as China, have indicated that they will take additional measures if their first stimulus efforts are inadequate. 在亚洲地区各国政府花费许多钱来脱离这场危机,包括发放现金、兴建新的高速公路、资助新的计划,来恢复商业活动。有些国家,例如中国,已经表明如果第一批的刺激力度不够的话,他们将会采取额外的措施。"For the central government, I think we have enough resources to support the economy to move to the "V" shaped recovery," said Xu.徐林说:“对于中央政府来讲,我想我们拥有足够的资源来撑经济走向V字型复苏。”No matter the shape of the recovery, economists say one thing is certain: when Asia passes the worst of the crisis, the economic landscape will have aly changed. Asia's export-driven economies will have started to seek a less vulnerable growth model. Xu says, in the aftermath of the slump, China's exporters will face different business conditions, and the economy will have to rely more on domestic demand for growth.不管是哪一种字型的复苏,经济学家说有一件事是确定的,就是当亚洲渡过了危机最糟糕的时刻,经济版图已经改变。亚洲出口导向的经济必将开始寻找不那么脆弱的成长模式。徐林说,衰退的后果就是,中国的出口商将面临不同的商业局面,而经济成长将必须更加仰赖国内需求。05/70946

Dow's 2nd best day ever The Dow rallied as much as 906 points during Tuesday's session, as investors dove back into stocksA lot of Americans are a lot richer today as Shawn Shore admits at a late afternoon rally on Wall Street. Let’s head over to New York and CNN senior business correspondent Ali VelshiAli you and I’ve talked about this in the past week. We are really doubt obsess these days but today it was a good thing to be obsessed. Well, yeah, I mean, the thing is it’s not a particular underlining reason to this. If I would take all the economy news we had today, Nicole, I’m trying to make sense of it, I wouldn’t have a the second biggest point gain we’ve ever seen in the Dow and one of the biggest percentage gains we’ve seen too. That’s just not where the evidence lies. What this tells you is that this market is in a trading range. There are people, professional investors who maybe manage your, you know the mutual funds as you’re holding your 41K who think the stocks are good buy right now. They are just to bargain. Despite everything else is going on, there are other people who just want to get out of this market and there are the ones who are selling the stocks. If you look at how a market recovers after a major downturn like we’ve seen. If we are in a recovery mode, it is long and it is rocky. And that’s what you’re seeing. You’re seeing one of these big gains today. You’re just like you see sellout what remind you the fact cut rate tomorrow; there are meeting right now, we are likely to see a ing of GDP which’s just the broadest measure of our economy on Thursday; there comes a negative for the first time this year, so it’s not a great news story. It just happens we people seeing an opportunity to buy stocks because they’re on sale.But there are other indicators as well. Some of the smaller indexes all show up, the dollar’s up as well. How do you feel about all that? Put it all together. Oil prices are down. That always helps some. We’ve got oil prices as close as to 60 dollars and now in . When these things are all part and partial of what we see as a slowing economy. Oil prices are down because we see a weak economy. So here’s how it usually works. The market starts to recover, sort of earlier on in a recessionary cycle, but we still could see home prices going down. We’re still unlikely to see jobs are being lost. It’s one little piece of good news around and that is home prices. We’ve seed new and existing home prices obviously dropping. Existing homes are down about 9 per cent compared to last year. But you know what, because mortgage prices are still low we’ve actually seen people starting to get into that market. People are starting to buy because they can still get a mortgage at a low rate, Nicole so that’s …you that’s where we are..Those figures don’t account for the bailout; those housing figures are kind of earlier on. This was before the bailoutUh, there are, yeah, there are figures for last month. That’s right. But you see the average person who’s looking to buy a home because they have a price in mind as to what they can afford. Maybe they’ve got good credit and access to a mortgage. The bailout doesn’t really, you know, maybe didn’t motivate them one way or the other. This is people actually doing things that matter to them and that is buying out because they think it’s affordable and they can get a mortgage. In the end, our economy is not about sciences; it’s about how people feel about it. If somebody thinks it’s a good time to get involve in buying a house and then get a loan. That’s what you need Consumer confidence’s down though Worst we’ve ever seen (so that’s not..)…reeling for consumer confidence is the worst since they started reporting it in 1997 which is exactly right back-forth circle to the beginning of this conversation. If I were just ing the data, we wouldn’t have thought we would’ve had a two- point gain on the Dow. Never like you know, a 800-point gain. So that’s part of the issue. Consumers confidence tells you how people are gonna spend their money over the course of the next several months. But remember home prices became unaffordable for people in America and one the thing is happening is home prices are coming down and people are thinking they can afford a home. (So) So that’s a solver lighting on a very dragon cloud.Take a lot of sole with all of these. Don’t look at today as being the only indicator (correct, tha’t exactly right) Do we have to step back and look at we have a lot of indicators the month, today we have the year today we have 52 weeks today. (right) Those are all down and then down and the more down if you look at itRight right. That’s exactly right. Here what we are looking at is the fact that if our week at a point in this economy where things are low enough that people start to gain confidence. It’s take, it’s like a neighborhood. Our price is low enough that companies and businesses are coming in and build it up and then all of a sudden, you get stadiums and it becomes a nice place to live. That are we there in the economy? Some people say it’s too early to tell; others are just saying I wanna get in early because I see there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. But this is all of our behavior together. Fundamentally we are still negative about where the things are going and we are heading to the most important season of the year for retailers and for shopping. .Not very hopeful So by no means are we out of the worst and / a big gain like this in the Dow lead you to believe that we are. Yeah the Dow in quite convenient as big ball a big number there (right) but look at a lot of other staff. As we diversify our money we should also diversify indicators as you look at itAbsolutely rightThanks so much AliAll right, Nicole.200810/54533

Cuban Jabulani juggler sitting prettyCuban Erick Hernandez on Thursday said he had set a world record for juggling the Jabulani World Cup ball, while sitting down.Hernandez told reporters he had juggled the Jabulani -- which some World Cup stars criticised for its lightness and unpredictable trajectories -- for three hours, three minutes and 14 seconds at a Havana hotel."I came in a bit tired as I have been doing exhibitions during the World Cup," said the 43-year-old, nicknamed 'The Dominator'.Hernandez, a self-confessed Brazil fan, described the ball as "having a good bounce" and "very lively".He aly holds a Guinness World record for heading the ball 319 times in just one minute and he even kicked a ball to the finish line in a marathon, completing the 42 kilometres in 7hr 17min.The ball skills run in the family as brother Douglas managed an impressive -- and surely exhausting -- 100,026 touches in a 15-hour session in 1997.Now Erick says he wants to try a 24-hour session.Vocabulary:juggle: to throw a set of three or more objects such as balls into the air and catch and throw them again quickly, one at a time 玩杂耍(连续向空中抛接多个物体)trajectory: the curved path of something that has been fired, hit or thrown into the air (射体在空中的)轨道,弹道,轨迹,流轨run in the family: to be a common feature in a particular family 为一家人所共有;世代相传背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/108217Stay warm in style Alison Deyette of TLC's "10 Years Younger" shows Erica Hill some of this season's chic outerwear that will keep you nice and warm without doing too much damage on your wallet. Well, the temperatures are dropping, at least at the rest of the countries, maybe not here in New York City this weekend. But that doesn't mean that it is not time to get that winter coat. If you are thinking about buying one, when you know that keeping warm, I keeping up with the trends can sometimes be a litttle bit of expensive propositon. But it doesn't have to be, Alison Deyette is a fashinon stylist on the TLC Show: 10 Years Younger, and she found out some clothes that not only will make us look like a million bucks, but won't cost us a million bucks. Oh, exactly. Not at all. Because it is so priceless to get a coat (Right. ) in the winter. (Right. ) And the point is a coat should be a investment piece because it is going to protect the clothes you wear underneath. But none of our coats are above 200 and 99 dollars because when they say how money, you don't want to know you're(Right. ) pulling a lot of money out of your wallet or spending money in your credit cards. I love it. Is that one particular thing that you have to find in the right coat? Yeah, I think it's just patience, just like your clothes, your jeans, your big suits tried on, walking to a store with a few layers on. So you know you're getting the right fit because just walking with a T-shirt on, you know, (You can tell. )you're not getting a sense, you're not getting a sense about that. So just look at our office, as we take a look at some of these, I know you're sure to show us some personalized. 来自TLC“年轻十年”的Alison Deyette 给埃里加山东人介绍了他们当季的时尚外套,既保暖,又漂亮,而且不会很贵。气温在逐渐下降,至少在全国的其他地区在下降,或许这个周末纽约的天气还不会变冷。但是并不意味着还不到你购买冬天的外套的时候。如果你正在考虑买外套,既想保暖,又想追求时尚潮流,可能价格会比较贵。但是未必。Alison Deyette 是TLC时装表演的时尚装设计师,她设计出的衣可以使我们看上去很高贵,但是价格又贵,确实是一点都不贵。因为在冬天买一件外套是无价的。关键是外套是值得投资的,因为它可以保护你里面穿的衣。但是我们的外套价格全都不超过299美元,因为我们知道你不想从你的钱包或者信用卡里付太多的钱。如果想要找到合适的外套需要一点什么特别的东西呢?我认为仅仅是耐心。比如,你穿上衣,牛仔裤,大大的衣,走进商店。你知道你的穿着得体,因为你知道如果你只穿一件T恤衫找不到那种感觉。所以看看我们的办公室,看看我们这里的衣,我确信你一定能找到一些个性化的东西。First model is Maria, this is an adorable coat for going out, I love it. Yeah, this is a fabulous look and it's going to take you to all your holiday parties this season and what's fabulous about this, ahead to tell, look, it's all about the high designers and their second lables. (Perfect. )So this a bit cocktail dress, the fabulous foe fur and short little chubby jacket that I call, it is from simply Vera by Vera Wang, you can find the Kotz, Kotz had a huge success with this Simply Vera, Vera Wang line, because you can get the desiger name for the last price. And this is 169 dollars, the coat, and the new success and resonable (Right, right. )make a little bit your own. . . . Right, it comes out a little self-felt. I love the upper gloves, the clutch and the great jewellery. And I'm always about going with a different kind of whole jewellery rather than the basic opaque block rights. Get bet. So we did a little bit grey and tied them them with a bit DKNY and then along with a second label? (I love this. )This fabulous counts are from pay less, it's label rose, for pay less. So it's like two scripts. You are one-stop shopping favourite. (Perfect. So this is a great-looking night coat, 9. Another a big trend, , , ! . . . which I love, is sort of carried over I think, from Spring to Summer, its color. Yeah, and what, this is such a splash, a brilliant pop of color. Now, this coat, is to a high designer and this is available at TJ Maxx and it's this seaon's merchandise, and I think a lot of people worry about our price. We told it maybe at last season. (Right. )This is a high designer, this season's merchandise at TJ Maxx and then that will be going the whole way with off-price, so added a great pattern dresser need, available muscles , a bit tights from then, another pair of pay low. . . pay less boots, and then just a great t*. And this coat, I should point out is 9, which is a great price for the winter coat and also, also we let her go, ah, Lauren, is it OK these days to let your ham-line show beneath your coat? Yes, there is no steadfast role. . . . . . Right, I do something for the red light. Yes, yes, there's steadfast roles these days. Actually, it, a kind of nice to have a little bit of dress, so the skirt peeked out, you can actually see what I should wear in. Especially when they * like you. Let's bring in Suisanna, she's wearing a jacket form JC Penney, I think this is the least expensive one that we have. . It's JC Penney's Worthington collection. (OK) I love this pants too *, I love the brilliant black and white. And black-and-white can defintely become an instinct classic in your wardrobe. (Right. )But I like that we kick up the commercial color. So we added a patterned scarf, we have a bit Robby Beatle dress peaking out a **some pop color. The long (More straight. )upper cloths again. And then we move along 'cos we are getting time limited.And that one, 90 dollars. This Parka which is a beautiful gold that leads in Land's End. This is 5. Yeah, put it out from Land's End Angel Down Parka. I'll take it late to put it on and I was just like Mary Jay Blodge, Carin Deon. (Haha. . . )They all put on this coat because she makes this coat look so hot. And the company is telling that you can wear it in 15 degrees below zero and you're going to be suit and warm. And you still look cute, you still look cute. Yeah. How about Land's End, I would love that. Anybody who're going to cover, cover to Palin and Alaska. Right. Maybe you get y to this coat. How about Las Vegas ? There you go. Finally, let's bring a little bit more color. Elle is wearing this gorgeous(I love this orange, it's so bright and cheerful. )Yeah, how can you walk in the door and not smiling at this? I mean, instant happyiness's putting this on. This's from Club Monaco. It's our most expensive coat in the group, but / still affordable, at 9, and we just up the potion here by adding the hot pink and the little, you know, orange little miniskirt. But we did great as our neutural rather than going to save it to the black. (Right. ) So the pattern of the belt, the great tights, the open-toe heels ()and then a little bit jewels. Some fantastic options ranging from 90 to 300 dollars(Yeah. )Not bad, I'm actually keep us warm. Don't always find (Yes, exactly! )Make sure it's like the casual of the world blands, or, you know, the popper coat, make sure you are getting a good matter all done. Excellent. all right. Alison, thanks for . . . Thank you. I appreciate it.200811/56642Human beings and dogs人类和Man’s best friend人们最好的朋友Scientific research throws new light on a very old partnership科学研究对这一古老的伙伴关系作出新的阐述Aug 6th 2011 | from the print editionDog Sense: How the New Science of Dog Behaviour Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet. By John Bradshaw. Basic Books; 324 pages; .99. Published in Britain as “In Defence of Dogs: Why Dogs Need Our Understanding”. Allen Lane; pound;20. Buy from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk《的感官:对的习性的最新科学研究可使你与之更好地相处》 。作者:John Bradshaw ,Basic Books出版,324页,定价:.99。在英国发行名为“为辩护:为什么需要我们理解”,Allen Lane出版,可至Amazon.com或 Amazon.co.uk购买。THE relationship between people and dogs is unique. Among domesticated animals, only dogs are capable of performing such a wide variety of roles for humans: herding sheep, sniffing out drugs or explosives and being our beloved companions. It is hard to be precise about when the friendship began, but a reasonable guess is that it has been going strong for more than 20,000 years. In the Chauvet cave in the Ardèche region of France, which contains the earliest known cave paintings, there is a 50-metre trail of footprints made by a boy of about ten alongside those of a large canid that appears to be part-wolf, part-dog. The footprints, which have been dated by soot deposited from the torch the child was carrying, are estimated to be about 26,000 years old.人们和的关系算得上独一无二。在驯养动物中,只有能在人们生活中扮演各种各样的角色:牧羊,嗅探毒物或炸药,更是我们亲爱的伙伴。人们无法精确得知这种友谊从何时算起,但通过合理猜测这深刻的友谊早在2万年前就开始了。位于法国阿尔代什省的肖维岩洞,内有现存的最早的岩画,其中有一段10岁男孩留下的长达50米的足印,在它的旁边是大型犬类半狼半的动物足印。根据小男孩手上的火炬留下的烟灰估计,这些脚印起源于2万6千年前。201108/149420

Improved Signs on US Job Losses, Retail Sales数据显示美劳工市场恶化速度变缓 U.S. markets posted early gains after modestly encouraging signs concerning employment and retail sales.星期四公布的一些经济数据还算不错,美国金融市场受到鼓舞而止跌反弹。The U.S. Labor Department says 24,000 fewer Americans filed initial jobless claims last week than the previous week. The number of newly-idled workers, 601,000, was below most analysts' expectations. The four-week average of initial unemployment claims is also down from a month ago, although well above the levels seen in May and June of last year.美国劳动部说,上周和之前一周相比,初次申请失业补助的人数减少了2万4千人。新增失业人数为60万1千人,低于绝大多数分析人士的预期。首次申请失业补贴的4周平均人数也比上个月有所下降,尽管仍然高于去年5、6月份的同期水平。The number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits now exceeds 6.8 million, the highest number ever recorded.现在,申请失业救济金的总人数超过了680万,达到历史最高水平。PNC Financial Services Group chief-economist Stuart Hoffman says the U.S. labor market continues to deteriorate, but at a slower pace than a few months ago:PNC金融务集团的首席经济学家斯徒亚特.霍夫曼说,美国劳动力市场仍在继续恶化,只是和几个月前相比,恶化的速度变缓而已。"I do not think it means we are going to see job growth in June or July," said Stuart Hoffman. "I think it means the rate of decline in the economy, which during late last year and the first quarter of this year was like a free-fall, is definitely slowing down.他说:“我不认为这表示我们在6月和7月可以看到工作机会增加。我认为,这表示,经过去年年底和今年第一季度自由落体式的经济下滑后,现在经济衰退的速度绝对是放慢了。”Meanwhile, U.S. retail sales rose 0.5 percent in May, fueled by increasing traffic at auto dealerships and gasoline stations. It was the first retail sales boost in the last three months. The Commerce Department also reports businesses continued to cut inventories for an eighth consecutive month to match soft demand for products.同时,由于汽车和汽油的销量增加,美国5月份的零售额提高了0.5个百分点。这是过去3个月以来,零售业首次迎来增长。商业部还报告说,商业部门连续第8个月削减存货来应对疲软的市场需求。No one is predicting an immediate end to America's protracted recession, which began in late 2007. But PNC's Stuart Hoffman thinks a turnaround could occur by the end of .没人会预测美国这次从2007年底开始的漫长的经济衰退能很快结束。但是霍夫曼说,转机将出现在年底。"We are looking at the end of this recession, probably, by the fourth quarter of this year," he said. "So, to me, these [positive indicators] are the signs that say the end [of the downturn] is near."他说:“我们认为,衰退可能会在今年第4季度停止。所以,我认为,那些积极的迹象表明,转机越来越近了。”Last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told reporters an eventual economic recovery will be slow to build momentum, with the likelihood that job losses will linger after the economy begins to grow.上周,美联储主席伯南克告诉记者说,最终的经济复苏需要一段时间积蓄力量。很可能失业的情况在经济增长的初期还会存在。06/74015The Science of Fun 玩吧不是罪 Proof that grownups need playtime, too. And finally from us , everyone likes to have fun, even serious journalist like our Bill Blakemore and for this week's Nature's Edge Notebook, Bill talks to a respected scientist who has discovered that playtime is critically important for all species. Ok, look, it’s the middle of summer and I’m going on vocation tomorrow. And to be honest, I don't feel like doing any serious reporting today but like goofing off and getting playful like probably half the people here in the city, and since we always do Nature’s Edge stories outside, all I know is I want today’s story whatever it is, to be from that fun helium balloon, which is showed up here in Central Park for summer time amusement. And it occured to me that rather than feeling guilty about wanting to be playful, that is the story, and I should call up a psychologist we just learned of, Doctor Stuart Brown who does a serious thinking in a tree house over in California, and who has just written a book about the vital importance of remaining playful at all ages, so let’s call him up. Hello? Hello, Doctor Brown? That’s me .Are you in your tree house? I'm in my tree house. Well, we are in the balloon high above Central Park. And I was feeling very guilty about wanting to be playful rather than do a serious news report. What’s wrong with me? You get play deficit for one thing, just like sleep deficit so that’s why you’re eager to get on the road, and once you get on the road, you’d better do what you really want to do which just comes from within yourself and it’s voluntary. So you play. Playing is hard-wired genetically and it certainly fosters a lot of good things happening in the brain. Those said who don't play a lot, maybe very successful, but they are often compulsive , /they/ have a narrow repertoire responses to stress, are often dogged in their pursuit of a goal and if you look more closely, you have a small ring mild chronic depression .We are designed to play a whole life time and if you don't, you’re in trouble, Bill, I mean that’s just common sense Doctor Brown, thanks very much for talking to us. aha,Bye bye. This is Bill Blakemore A News heading to a vocation from high above Central Park; oh look at that over there, what is that green stuff. Can we go over there?参考中文翻译:每个人都喜欢玩,即使是我们非常严肃的的记者Bill Blakemore也是这样。在这周的Nature's Edge Notebook栏目中,Bill和一个非常受人尊敬的科学家谈话。这位科学家发现,玩对所有的人都非常重要。现在是仲夏日,我明天就要读度假。坦白的说,我并不觉得现在是在进行一个严肃的报道,反而像咋混日子,哄这半个城市的人们玩。由于我们一向在户外做Nature’s Edge 栏目,我希望今天的故事顺其自然,我们能从中央公园为夏日升起的氦气球找到乐趣。对我来说,想要玩的心情压过来愧疚感。这就是问题所在。我应该给我们刚才提到的心理学家Stuart Brown打电话咨询一下。这位心理学家现在在加利福尼亚的一个小木屋里进行严肃的思考,他最近刚写了一本书来阐述玩对各个年龄段的人都重要性。现在我们来接通他。你好。你好,是Brown医生吗?我就是。你现在还在你的小木屋里吗?是的。我们在中央公园高高的气球上。我正在为想玩而不像做一个严肃的报道而感到愧疚。我这是怎么回事呢?这说明你玩的不够,就像如果你睡眠不足你就会急切的在路上补回来,这样你才能更好的做你想做的事,因为这是自愿的。所以,你尽情的玩。玩是与生俱来的,它培养了我们大脑里发生的很多好的事情。那些玩得很少的人可能很成功,但是他们都是强迫性的,他们缓解压力的方法很少,一直都在顽固的追求他们的某一个目标。如果你更仔细的观察到话,你可能会有轻微的慢性抑郁症。我们生来就是要玩一辈子的,如果你没有,你就麻烦了。Bill,我的意思是这是常识。Doctor Brown,非常感谢你的意见。再见。这是将要去度假的Bill Blakemore在中央公园上空报道A新闻。噢,看一下那边,那些绿色的是什么呢?我们可以到那里去吗?200811/57104Kasey on Why Tell me Why. Someone asked why veins are blue and blood is red. So that's part of this question: why do we have different blood types? "Blood types are inherited, just like you inherit your eye color, or your hair texture, so you get a gene from each parent, and that determines what the child's blood type is gonna be." There's sort for blood types?"There is, there is A, type A, type B, type AB, and type O. The only difference is what sugar molecule is added to that point. So they are actually kind of generate from each other. So for you to have O, both of your parents must be O. An O can contribute an O. But, if, for example, your father was A and your mother was O, he could actually, one of his parents might have also been O, so he can contribute either an A gene or an O gene, that you could be O, cause you get an O from him and from your mother, while your sister might be an A. There are some studies that show that the reason that A, B, O and AB have been distributed the way they were was because of forces that they think of primarily connected to the organism that causes malaria. It turned out to be that people who had type O were actually able to survive an attack of malaria. It appeared that malaria organism was more ily able to attach to red cells that were type A or type B, and actually kill those patients before they have a chance to reproduce. Those people who had type O actually would get sick, but wouldn't die, and had an opportunity to reproduce, and that's how the gene goes forward. And then, if you look at a map of where malaria is now and where the different peoples are, you can see that the type O was followed, there is where there's malaria, A and B has gone to colder climates where malaria wasn't a problem, and then AB was just, you know, combination of the races."08/81822

Mental well-being心理健康A New York state of mind纽约人的精神状态Urban brains behave differently from rural ones城市人的大脑异于乡村Jun 23rd 2011 | from the print editionShelley contemplates urban decay沉思城市衰落的雪莱“HELL is a city much like London,” opined Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1819. Modern academics agree. Last year Dutch researchers showed that city dwellers have a 21% higher risk of developing anxiety disorders than do their calmer rural countrymen, and a 39% higher risk of developing mood disorders. But exactly how the inner workings of the urban and rural minds cause this difference has remained obscure—until now. A study just published in Nature by Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg of the University of Heidelberg and his colleagues has used a scanning technique called functional magnetic-resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine the brains of city dwellers and country bumpkins when they are under stress.1819年,波比#8226;雪莱认为“伦敦市更像一个地狱”。现代学者同意这个观点。荷兰研究人员研究表明,城市居民相对稳定的乡村同胞来说,得焦虑症的概率高出21%,得心理障碍疾病的概率高出39%。但是直到现在,城市思想和乡村思想是如何引起这方面差异的确切原因仍旧是不清楚的。最近海德尔堡大学的学者安德烈亚斯#8226;迈耶-林登贝格和他的同事在《自然》杂志上发表了一个研究,该研究使用称为机能性磁共振图像的扫描技术测试了在压力下城市居民和乡村居民的大脑活动情况。In Dr Meyer-Lindenberg’s first experiment, participants lying with their heads in a scanner took maths tests that they were doomed to fail (the researchers had designed success rates to be just 25-40%). To make the experience still more humiliating, the team provided negative feedback through headphones, all the while checking participants for indications of stress, such as high blood pressure.在迈耶-林登贝格士的第一个实验中,参与者躺着头枕在一个扫描器上接受他们注定要失败的数学测验(研究人员仅仅把成功率设为25%-40%)。为了使这活动更加具有羞辱性,研究人员通过耳机给予参与者消极的回答,并一直检测参与者表现出的压力反应,如高血压。201106/142677Africans Await Obama Inauguration with Mixed Expectations非洲人对奥巴马即将就任期待不同  People around the world are looking forward to the inauguration of Barack Obama on January 20 as president of the ed States. Many hope he will bring change to a world they believe is in crisis. For others, Mr. Obama's ancestral roots in Africa mean even more. 世界各国人民都在期待着奥巴马1月20号就任美国总统。许多人希望他能给处于危机中的世界带来改变。奥巴马的非洲血统也对一些人有着超乎寻常的意义。Millions of members of the African diaspora stayed up all night, like many people in America, to cheer when Barack Obama was declared the next president of the ed States. 千百万的非洲人和许多美国人一样等待,在奥巴马被宣布将成为美国下一任总统时欢呼雀跃。A professor at Johannesburg's Witwatersrand University, Veronique Tadjo, says for people with African ancestry it was an emotional as well as historic moment. 约翰内斯堡金山大学的教授塔乔说,对有着非洲血统的人们来说,这是一个充满感情而且具有历史意义的时刻。"Obama has brought a big hope and has changed a lot of things for a lot of people in terms of how they view themselves. A black man becoming the most powerful man on the planet is something that is very important," she said. 她说:“奥巴马带来了巨大的希望,而且改变了许多人对自己的看法。一个黑人能成为全世界上最有影响力的人,这是非常重要的历史事件。”But an African-American researcher who has lived on the continent for 13 years, Francis Kornegay of Johannesburg's Institute for Policy Studies, says African commentators are warning against expecting too much from the Obama presidency. 不过,约翰内斯堡政策研究所的研究员利恩盖说,非洲的人士正在提醒人们不要对奥巴马的任期抱有过高的期望。利恩盖是一名非洲裔美国人,他已经在非洲生活了13年。"There is a lot of euphoria around his becoming president and a feeling that because of that he will give the continent a lot of attention. But there is nothing that really goes beyond that, that critically looks at what is in prospect," he said. 他说:“奥巴马当选总统这件事给人们带来了巨大的喜悦,人们觉得,因为他成了总统,他就会特别关注非洲。然而,如果认真地分析一下未来的情况,你就会发现,奥巴马能给非洲人带来的仅仅是喜悦而已。”Kornegay notes that the Obama administration will inherit several crises that are priorities for U.S. policy, namely Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East conflict, Pakistan and India. 他指出,奥巴马的政府班子将接手处理几项危机,这些危机也是美国最重要的政策议题,那就是伊拉克、阿富汗、中东冲突、巴基斯坦和印度。"That is where the focus of U.S. policy is going to be. So there is no realistic prospect that Africa would overtake any of those concerns. On the other hand there are some pressing security concerns on the continent," said Kornegay. 他说:“这些问题才是美国政策关注的焦点。认为非洲的重要性将超过这些议题只是不切实际的想法。不过,从另一方面讲,非洲大陆上也的确有一些紧迫的安全问题值得美国关注。”For example, he says new ideas are needed for the crisis in Somalia, which after two decades as a failed state and millions of dollars in aid is about to be overtaken by Islamic militants. 他说,比如,需要想出新的办法来处理索马里危机。索马里政府在过去20年中执政失败,虽然得到了数百万美元的援助,索马里却即将被伊斯兰激进分子控制。Darfur and eastern Congo are simmering conflicts that risk exploding into war again. And Zimbabwe will need concerted international action, preferably through African multilateral groups, to prevent a massive humanitarian crisis. 此外,苏丹的达尔富尔地区和刚果东部地区不断酝酿冲突,可能会再次暴发战争。在津巴布韦,国际社会最好能通过非洲多边组织协调行动,以防止那里出现大范围人道主义危机。Tadjo says she hopes the Obama administration will adopt a tough stance with African leaders who abuse their powers and their people. 金山大学的塔乔教授说,她希望奥巴马政府能对那些滥用权力、迫害人民的非洲国家领导人采取强硬立场。"Our main problem is leadership and bad governance so until we sort this out, there is nothing we can do," she said. "In Africa there are countries that are extremely rich in terms of natural resources, but nothing is happening. So, governance, governance, governance." 她说:“我们的主要问题是领导问题和糟糕的政府,在解决这个问题之前,我们什么都做不了。有一些非洲国家拥有非常丰富的自然资源,但却没有取得一点进步。所以最重要的是政府的执政水平。”But Senegalese analyst Lamine Savane says whatever the policy goals, a new style of leadership is needed. 塞内加尔分析人士萨瓦内说,无论设定什么样的政策目标,美国都需要一种新的领导风格。"What is it [leadership] going to be? Is it going to be a big brother-little brother in a positive way? Or is it going to be a big brother in a bully way? I think the way the world is today, the bully thing does not work anymore," said Savane. 他说:“新的领导方式会是什么样呢?是正面的、像兄长照顾弟弟般的态度么?还是以大欺小的态度?我认为,在当今的世界中,恃强凌弱的领导方式已经不能再发挥作用了。”Tadjo, who is of French-Ivorian heritage, says she fears Mr. Obama will face additional challenges because of his mixed-race heritage. 塔乔教授是法国和科特迪瓦混血。她说,她担心奥巴马的美国和肯尼亚混血儿身份可能会使他面对更多的挑战。"It will be a hard presidency, and from both sides, from the white side people waiting for him to fail, and from the black side because people have always looked at mixed-race people with a bit of suspicion, who are they, who do they represent? So he is going to have a tough job," she said. 她说:“他的任期将会很艰难。白人等着看他失败,而黑人一直对混血儿抱有怀疑的态度,他们会问:他是谁?他代表谁的利益?因此,奥巴马这个总统很不好当。”But many believe Mr. Obama can also be a bridge between races, cultures and peoples. And they hope he will listen and bring greater balance to relations between Africa and the ed States. 不过,许多人相信,奥巴马能成为不同种族、文化和民族间的桥梁。他们希望奥巴马能倾听人们的意见,使非洲和美国的关系更趋于平衡。01/60726World Bank Raises Economic Forecast for China世界提高中国经济增长预测The World Bank says China's economy will grow faster than expected this year, but cautions it is too soon to say a sustained recovery is imminent.世界表示,中国经济今年的增长比预期的要快。但是,现在说中国经济已经开始持续复苏还为时尚早。The World Bank raised its estimate of China's gross domestic product growth this year to 7.2 percent, up from the 6.5 percent projected in March.世界把中国今年国内生产总值(GDP)的增长率预测从3月份的6.5%提高到了7.2%。JumpstartIn its quarterly report released Thursday, the Washington-based lender credits China's 6 billion stimulus program with supporting growth by increasing investment in factories, real estate and public works.总部设在华盛顿的世界在周四公布的中国经济季度报告中指出,中国启动5860亿美元的经济刺激方案,通过扩大在工厂、房地产和公共建设方面的投资来持经济发展。Jing Ulrich, the managing director and chairman of China equities for the investment bank JP Morgan in Hong Kong, says the stimulus program helped jumpstart the world's third-largest economy.李晶(Jing Ulrich)是根大通董事总经理兼中国券市场主席。她说,经济刺激方案帮助推动了中国这个世界第三大经济体的发展。"Now, going forward, the most important thing to watch out for is whether the Chinese domestic consumption can hold up in the face of declining exports," she said. "We think domestic consumption is going to recover incrementally in the next few quarters, mainly because confidence is recovering very strongly in the Chinese economy."“现在,向前看,最需要密切关注的问题是,中国的内需是否能够顶住出口的下降。我们认为,在接下来的几个季度,国内需求会逐步恢复增长。这主要是因为人们对中国经济的信心恢复很快。”Strong growthChina's economy grew 6.1 percent in the first quarter from the same time last year. That is the strongest rate of any major country, but below the government's target of 8 percent and far from 2007's explosive 13 percent.和去年同期相比,中国经济第一季度增长了6.1%。虽然较其他主要国家而言,中国的增长速度最快,但是这一成绩低于政府年8%的增长目标,和2007年13%的爆炸性增长相比更是逊色不少。However, the World Bank cautions that more robust growth in China will have to wait until the global economy and demand for exports also rebound. It says China's trade and private investment will remain weak and consumption will slow.然而,世界提醒说,中国更强劲的增长要等到全球经济和出口需求复苏后才会到来。它说,中国的贸易和私人投资仍然低迷,消费增速预计会缓慢。Ulrich says as the world economy recovers, China's exports also will recover.李晶说,随着世界经济复苏,中国的出口将得以恢复。"Clearly, that's the case. China is the second-largest exporter in the world and what happens in the regional economies, what's happening in the U.S. and Europe really matter a great deal to the Chinese economy," she added. "However, we also must keep in mind, the Chinese economy is fast. It's got 1.3 billion people. Domestic consumption and domestic fixed-asset investments are becoming much more important going forward."“很明显,中国是世界上第二大出口国。在世界各区域经济,美国和欧洲经济上发生的事情对中国经济有重大影响。但是同时,我们也应该考虑到中国经济发展很快。中国有13亿人口。国内消费和国内固定资产投资在未来会变得越来越重要。”The World Bank predicts China's growth in 2010 will rise to 7.7 percent.世界估计,到2010年,中国经济增长速度将升至7.7%。06/75065

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