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海宁无痛隆胸手术价格TRANSCRIPT OF THE PRIME MINISTER'S BROADCAST ON ECONOMIC POLICY FRIDAY 30 JUNE 2000 In a few week's time, Gordon Brown will announce to Parliament and the country the Government's spending plans for the next three years. I can't, of course, reveal the details here. But I can say that this Comprehensive Spending Review, as it's known, will deliver sustained extra investment to continue modernising and improving our key public services - that is hospitals, schools, transport links and the police. But we can only promise this extra investment - and be confident we can deliver it over the next three years - because of the strong state of the economy and the strength of the public finances. But the fact that we are repaying billions of pounds of our national debt now, that inflation is low, on target - the lowest at the present time in the whole of Europe - and that nearly a million more people are in work than when we came into Government. None of this has happened by chance. It's a result - at least in part - of the difficult decisions, sometimes tough decisions, we took in the early years of this Government. It's the reward in other words for the economy being run competently and for the good of all the country. When this Government came into office, we inherited an economy where annual borrowing was running at pound;28 billion a year, the national debt had doubled, we were paying out more just in interest payments on that debt than we spent on the whole of the UK school system. One in five families had no bwinner and inflation was creeping back into the system. We had to act and we did act to put things right. We gave the Bank of England independence in monetary policy to help in the fight against inflation and to keep interest rates under control. We kept, as we promised, to tough spending limits for our first two years. That included keeping the last Government's fuel escalator which I know has pushed up petrol duty automatically above inflation each year. We also tackled the waste of unemployment - and particularly the scandal of long term youth unemployment - through the New Deal. We brought in the minimum wage, we brought in the new Working Families Tax Credit, the enhanced Family Credit, to help make work pay and tackle waste and fraud in the welfare system. And we've also targeted tax cuts to benefit the many and to help again ensure that those in work were rewarded with the basic rate income tax cut and the 10p starting rate of tax. The result is inflation is low and on target, interest rates round about half the level they reached under the last Government. And the public finances are back in good shape. And because of course we're reducing the national debt, then we can save on those interest payments. The New Deal has helped reduce unemployment, youth unemployment by over 60% and weve extended it to the long-term unemployed and lone parents who want help back into work. Round about 250,000 jobs or more have been created in this way. Living standards are rising, more people are in work and paying tax than ever before. In short, there is a new stability in our economy which is enabling business to plan with confidence for the future. It's has also enabled us to scrap, in the last Budget, that automatic above-inflation rise in petrol duty. I know petrol has gone up and it's a good deal more expensive that it was. And I know the difficulties that causes for people in rural areas and people who have to use their cars a lot of the time. It is important, however, to point out two things. First, that most of the recent rise has been because of an increase in crude oil prices the world over. The price of oil has risen from round about 18 dollars a barrel sold a short time ago to around 30 dollars a barrel now. And secondly, while people say it now costs pound;50 to fill up the average car with petrol in Britain, they don't point out that it also costs over pound;40 now in Germany and in France where of course there are motorway tolls and much higher income tax. But yes, it is the case that the price of petrol also went up because of the action in those early years when we had to cut Government borrowing. Because if we didn't, then we were never going to get the public finances under control. The point that I'm making is this. All these things fit together. It's only because of the hard choices, the choices to give the Bank of England independence in monetary policy, to cut the deficit to put the public finances in order, to solve the problems of long term unemployment so that we get welfare bills down and have more money to spend on the things we want. It's only because of those hard choices that we now can sit down with ease to plan ahead to invest more over the next few years to improve schools, hospitals, crime, transport, the key public services. It couldn't be done without those tough decisions - not on the basis that we're planning to do it which is sustainable increases, year after year after year. The first responsibility of any Government is to run the economy competently. It is the first responsibility because it's the foundation on which everything else is built. And I promise it's a responsibility this Government will carry out. And we'll carry it out because otherwise the good things we want to spend money on, the public services we need, the facilities and help that people want, simply can't be provided. There is a new economic policy in this country today. It's a foundation of economic stability and sound public finance, and built on that are strong public services. We intend and will do both. 200705/13283秀洲区激光治疗痤疮价格 President Bush Visits ColorCraft of Virginia, Inc., Discusses Stimulus Package, Economy   THE PRESIDENT: Jim, thank you very much for your hospitality. Thank you all very much for greeting me here.   ColorCraft is a small, thriving business that will benefit from the stimulus package that the Congress passed earlier this year. It will benefit from it because if they make -- if Jim decides to purchase software or machinery, there is a tax incentive to encourage him to do so. He's made the decision to do so, and his company will be encouraged to do so through the tax code.   And that's important because when he buys the machine, or when he buys software, somebody has to manufacture that. Therefore, there is a direct link between the stimulus package and jobs. As well -- we talked about this earlier -- a lot of the folks who work here at ColorCraft are going to get a check in the second week of May, as part of the economic, pro-growth stimulus package. And recently there's been a mailer out to our citizens from the IRS. And this mailer basically describes the benefits from the stimulus package that people will receive.   One of the things that's very important for our citizenry to understand, that is if you do not file an income tax return, you need to go to your local IRS office and get a form that will show the government where you live and who you are so you can get your check. If you file an income tax form all you got to do is your '07 income tax and mail it in.   But there's a lot of people eligible for this stimulus package, the money coming out of the government to our individual citizens, who don't file income tax forms, and yet they're eligible. And so recently the IRS has been indicating that this weekend, this Saturday, there's going to be a -- there's an opportunity for citizens to go and make it clear who you are, where you live, so you can get your check, as well.   The purpose of this is to respond decisively to the economic downturn that we're going through. The Congress, along with the White House, worked very closely to pass a very substantial pro-growth package. And I fully recognize that people are concerned about our economy, but they must understand that this package has yet to fully kick in yet. We've taken action, but it's going to take a while for the economy to feel the effects of this good law that I signed. It's going to take a while for these folks standing behind me to get their money.   Now, Jim has aly made a decision because the aspects of the stimulus package for small businesses are clear. It is the law. And therefore, when he buys the equipment and software that he's planning on buying, he can rest assured that the tax incentive will be available for him in this year.   Now, small businesses are the backbone of the U.S. economy. Small business owners and -- are dreamers and doers. We want to watch them and help them expand, because as they expand, more and more people find work. There's a rough patch right now in our economy, but I'm confident in the long term we'll come out stronger than ever before. One of the most decisive actions a government can take is to give people their money back so they can spend it, and that's exactly what we've done. In the second week of May, a lot of folks are going to be getting a sizable check. And I'm looking forward to that day, and I know they are as well.   Thank you for coming. Thank you all. 200806/41345嘉兴美容医院激光点痣多少钱

嘉善比基尼脱毛价格mp4 视频下载 Remarks of President Barack ObamaWeekly AddressWashington, D.C.Good morning. I want to briefly share some news about our economy, and talk about the work that we’re doing both to protect American consumers, and to put our economy back on a path to growth and prosperity.This week, we saw some signs that the gears of America’s economic engine are slowly beginning to turn. Consumer spending and home sales are stabilizing. Unemployment claims are dropping and job losses are beginning to slow. But these trends are far from satisfactory. The unemployment rate is at its highest point in twenty-five years. We are still in the midst of a deep recession that was years in the making, and it will take time to fully turn this economy around.We cannot rest until our work is done. Not when Americans continue to lose their jobs and struggle to pay their bills. Not when we are wrestling with record deficits and an over-burdened middle class. That is why every action that my Administration is taking is focused on clearing away the wreckage of this recession, and building a new foundation for job-creation and long-term growth. This past week, we acted on several fronts. To restart the flow of credit that businesses and individuals depend upon, we completed an unprecedented review of the condition of our nation’s largest banks to determine what additional steps are necessary to get our economy moving. To restore fiscal discipline, we identified 121 programs to eliminate from our budget. And to restore a sense of fairness to our tax code and common sense to our economy, I have asked Congress to work with me in closing the loopholes that let companies ship jobs and stash profits overseas – reforms will help save 0 billion over the next ten years.These important steps are just one part of a broad effort to get government, businesses and banks to act more responsibly, so that we are creating good jobs and making sound investments instead of spending recklessly and padding false profits. Because American institutions must act with the same sense of responsibility and fairness that the American people aspire to in their own lives.Nowhere is this more apparent than in our credit card industry. Americans know that they have a responsibility to live within their means and pay what they owe. But they also have a right to not get ripped off by the sudden rate hikes, unfair penalties, and hidden fees that have become all-too common in our credit card industry. You shouldn’t have to fear that any new credit card is going to come with strings attached, nor should you need a magnifying glass and a reference book to a credit card application. And the abuses in our credit card industry have only multiplied in the midst of this recession, when Americans can least afford to bear an extra burden.It is past time for rules that are fair and transparent. That is why I have called for a set of new principles to reform our credit card industry. Instead of an "anything goes" approach, we need strong and reliable protections for consumers. Instead of fine print that hides the truth, we need credit card forms and statements that have plain language in plain sight, and we need to give people the tools they need to find a credit card that meets their needs. And instead of abuse that goes unpunished, we need to strengthen monitoring, enforcement, and penalties for credit card companies that take advantage of ordinary Americans.The House has taken important steps toward putting these principles into law, and the Senate is poised to do the same next week. Now, I’m calling on Congress to take final action to pass a credit card reform bill that protects American consumers so that I can sign it into law by Memorial Day. There is no time for delay. We need a durable and successful flow of credit in our economy, but we can’t tolerate profits that depend upon misleading working families. Those days are over.This economic crisis has reminded us that we are all in this together. We can’t prosper by putting off hard choices, or by protecting the profits of the few at the expense of the middle class. We are making steady progress toward recovery, but we must ensure that the legacy of this recession is an American economy that rewards work and innovation; that is guided by fairness and responsibility; and that grows steadily into the future.Thanks.05/69406 嘉兴哪医院丰胸好桐乡市抽脂瘦腿多少钱

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