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齐河县治疗阴道炎哪家医院最好的济南第八人民医院治疗妇科怎么样长清区妇幼保健院人流价格表 iReport: In their shoes iReporter Madison Goldfischer says he sympathizes with the Israeli people in the Gaza crisis. Israel's anti protests are a great example, an excellent example of growing antisemitism in the world. I am not saying that everyone is antisemitism. I am saying that there is, it seems though, those who are feeling anger towards the Jews. Let's put you in their shoes, how would you like it if someone's rang rockets on you country for 8 years, whether or not it affected you personally. If there is a rocket in your backyard and explosion in your backyard from rocket, I think you would be very destroyed and angry. And I think if that was the ed States, in that place, we would be... we would have aly taken that country over.01/61302More than 100 villagers from rural Cambodia were detained briefly by the authorities in Phnom Penh after handing out leaflets detailing how government land concessions are affecting their lives.柬埔寨农村地区的100多位村民在散发有关政府出让土地对他们生活造成的影响的传单后,被金边当局短暂拘押。Early Thursday, about 120 villagers gathered to pray at a Buddhist shrine on the riverfront in Phnom Penh.星期四早上,大约120名村民聚集在首都金边河边的一个佛教寺庙里祈祷。Many were dressed in outfits designed to evoke a Cambodian version of the hit film "Avatar," which depicts the struggle of an alien race battling to save their forest from commercial exploitation. Protesters had green painted faces, green shirts and wore a green leaf as a hat.许多村民装扮成热门电影《阿凡达》中的形像。这部电影讲述的是潘多拉星球的纳美人为保护他们的森林免被商业开发而与地球人对抗的故事。柬埔寨的这些抗议者们用绿色涂料涂在脸上,身着绿色衣,头戴树叶做成的帽子。Raising awareness of deforestationThey said they had come to the capital to let the public know of the troubles they face in rural areas where huge tracts of forest have been leased to domestic and foreign businesses.他们说,他们来到首都是要让公众了解他们在农村地区面临的困境,那里的大片森林已经租给了国内和外国的企业。Villager Kao Chart, who traveled from the northeastern province Kratie, said the forests are being cleared and people like him are losing their livelihoods. He said 20 people came from his area, and are praying to the Buddha for help. He also said taking care of the environment is a priority.来自东北部桔井省的村民考·查特说,森林正在消失,像他这样的人正失去生计。他说,有20个人来自他那个地区,他们向佛祷告祈求帮助。他说,保护生态环境是首要任务。201108/150254章丘区治疗阴道炎多少钱

济南市立五院护理UN: Global Foreign Direct Investment Continues to Slide联合国贸发会称全球外国直接投资急剧下滑The U.N. Conference on Trade and Development, or UNCTAD, reports that global foreign direct investment fell drastically last year and that it is expected to continue to slide this year, with significant recovery not forecast until 2011. But the UNCTAD World Investment Report says developing countries are doing better in attracting foreign direct investment, or FDI, than the developed countries.联合国贸易和发展会议说,全球外国直接投资(FDI)去年急剧下滑。预计,这个趋势将在今年继续,而且在2011年前不会有显著改善。不过,联合国贸发会年世界投资报告同时指出,发展中国家在吸引外国直接投资方面表现好过发达国家。The report estimates that foreign direct investment inflows will fall from .7 trillion in 2008 to less than .2 trillion this year. But it is expected to pick up slowly next year and gather momentum in 2011, approaching .8 trillion.联合国贸发会年世界投资报告估计,全球外国直接投资流入将从2008年的1万7千亿美元降至今年的1万2千亿美元。但是,外国直接投资将在明年缓慢回升,并将在2011年进一步加速,达到1万8千亿美元。UNCTAD says the crisis has changed, what it calls, the "FDI landscape". It says the large decline in FDI inflows to developed countries has resulted in a surge of foreign investments in developing and transition economies.联合国贸发会说,经济和金融危机改变了全球外国直接投资布局。报告说,流入发达国家外国直接投资的大幅度削减导致发展中国家和过渡经济体接受的外国直接投资急剧上升。Nevertheless, the report says the ed States remains the world's largest recipient of foreign direct investment, followed by France, China, the ed Kingdom and the Russian Federation. In previous years, cross border mergers and acquisitions were a major source of growth of FDI. These too, says the report, have declined considerably as financial markets seized up in the second half of 2008.过去几年里,跨境并购是外国直接投资增长的主要来源。但是联合国贸发会的报告说,由于金融市场2008年下半年陷于冻结,跨境并购也出现显著下降。The report notes a general absence in projectionist policies despite the global economic recession. But UNCTAD Secretary-General, Supachai Panitchpakdi says governments have pursued trade policies favorable to domestically-produced goods and services.报告说,全球经济陷入困境并未导致普遍的贸易保护主义政策。不过,联合国贸发会秘书长素帕猜表示,一些国家的政府的确寻求了偏向本国商品和务的贸易政策。"There are examples of the so-called 'covert protectionism,' which includes something like, as you can see, you know buy local, hire local, invest local, lend local, do anything local," he said. "So some of this economic nationalism trend favoring products with high domestic content with regard to government procurement. And you can see this is greatly linked to the stimulus measures, particularly in areas of public infrastructure projects." 他说:“有一些所谓‘隐性保护主义’的案例。这包括购买本国货、雇用本地人、向本土企业发放贷款,以及类似的政策。这种经济民族主义倾向还包括在政府采购方面向国产成分高的产品倾斜。这种情况主要和经济刺激计划有关,尤其是在公共基础设施建设方面。”The UNCTAD report also focuses on agriculture, including the crucial issues of fighting hunger, promoting food security and fostering sustainable agricultural development as a pre-requisite for economic growth. 联合国贸发会的报告还谈到农业问题。其中涉及的关键问题包括对抗饥饿、促进食品安全、以及把可持续农业发展作为经济增长的必要先决条件。The report says foreign direct investment can play a major role in helping developing countries enhance their agricultural sectors.报告说,外国直接投资可以在帮助发展中国家强化农业部门方面发挥重要作用。Supachai Panitchpakdi says investment funds from private sources could help spark a green revolution in Africa.素帕猜说,私营部门的投资可以在非洲引发一场绿色革命。"FDI by itself would not be able to do all this," said Supachai. "But I am sure it would help to give impetus to the government policies, to support government policies in areas that technology would be needed, to help create employment that would instill the sense of belief in the farming sector that could give the livelihood to the people and therefore people would remain involved in farming activities." “仅凭外国直接投资本身并不能实现这个目标。但是我相信,投资可以推动政府决策,持政府在技术领域的政策,帮助创造就业,从而增强人们对农业部门的信心。因为农业和人们的福祉息息相关,所以他们应该继续参与农业活动。”The UNCTAD Secretary-General says the green revolution in Asia during the 1960s was triggered when fertilizer, seeds and farming technology became ily available. He says Africa could achieve similar results if it invests private money into the technologies needed to increase food production in an environmentally sustainable way.素帕猜说,上个世纪60年代,化肥、种子、和农业技术的突破促成了亚洲的绿色革命。他说,如果非洲将私人投资引入可持续的粮食增产技术开发,那么非洲也可能实现类似的目标。09/84463济南妇幼保健院有四维彩超吗 White House Gears Up For Bush-Obama Talks白宫为布什与奥巴马会晤作准备  U.S. President George Bush and President-elect Barack Obama meet Monday at 2PM in the White House. Mr. Obama and his family will get a tour of the White House from President Bush and first lady Laura Bush. It will be their first opportunity to speak face-to-face since the November 4 election. 美国总统布什和当选总统奥巴马将在星期一下午2点于白宫举行会晤。这是两人自11月4号总统选举以来首次有机会进行面对面交谈。It is traditional for the incoming president and first lady to visit the White House after Election Day. 美国素有当选总统和夫人在选举日后拜访白宫的传统。Usually they wait a few weeks. But this time the meeting between the current president and the president-elect was arranged in a matter of days. 通常他们都是在选举日过后几个星期访问白宫,可是这一次,在任总统和当选总统的会晤被安排在了选举结束后的几天之内。That is in part because this is the first transition in four decades to occur at a time when the ed States is at war. It is also taking place in the midst of an economic crisis that demands immediate attention. 这样做的一个原因是,这是40年来美国首次在和它国交战期间发生权力交接。另一个原因是权力交接发生在经济危机当中,领导人需要立即着手处理这场危机。President-elect Obama says dealing with the economy is his top priority. 当选总统奥巴马说,处理经济问题将是他的首要任务。"I do not underestimate the enormity of the task that lies ahead," said Barack Obama. "We have taken some major actions to date, and we will need further actions during this transition and subsequent months." 他说:“我不会低估摆在我面前的任务的艰巨程度。到目前为止,我们已经采取了一些重要行动,在过渡期和之后的几个月中,我们还要采取进一步行动。”Mr. Obama has said he will move with - what he calls - deliberate haste to choose his cabinet. Aides stress he understands the urgency, but wants to make sure he has the best possible people in place. 奥巴马表示,他会在经过慎重考虑的情况下尽快选定内阁部长。他的助手们强调,奥巴马理解形势的紧迫性,但同时也希望保把最适合的人放在部长的位置上。John Podesta heads the Obama transition team. During an appearance on the Fox News Sunday television program, he was asked about the need to move quickly to reassure financial markets. 波德斯塔是奥巴马过渡小组的领导人。他在接受福克斯电视台周日节目的采访时被问到关于政府需要尽快行动稳定金融市场的问题。"I think we are moving aggressively to build up that core economic team, the national security team, and you will see announcements when they are y," said John Podesta. 波德斯塔说:“我们正在积极行动,建立核心经济小组,国家安全小组,在准备就绪时我们会宣布我们的决定。”Podesta said the incoming administration is also taking a close look at many of the executive orders signed by President Bush that are at odds with Mr. Obama's views.  波德斯塔说,即将上任的奥巴马政府还在仔细研究那些由布什总统签字生效、但和奥巴马的观点相左的行政命令。"... on stem cell research, on a number of areas," he said. "You see the Bush administration even today moving aggressively to do things I think are not in the interest of the country." 波德斯塔说:“我们在考虑干细胞研究等很多领域的问题。即使在今天,你依然能看到,布什政府在尽力推行一些不符合美国利益的政策。”He said these executive orders could be repealed or amended easily by the new administration because no Congressional action is required. 他说,新政府废除或修改这些行政命令并不难,因为这并不需要国会采取行动。But despite their differences on matters of policy, President Bush and President-elect Obama are going out of their way to stress their willingness to cooperate during the transition period. 虽然布什和奥巴马在许多政策上持不同观点,但是两人都竭力强调,他们愿意在过渡期进行合作。Mr. Bush has ordered his staff to make the transition as seamless as possible. And Mr. Obama has repeatedly stressed that until January 20, George Bush is the President of the ed States. 布什命令他的工作人员尽量使权力过渡顺利进行。奥巴马也多次强调,在明年1月20号以前,布什依然是美国总统。Perhaps to underscore that point, the president-elect will not be attending the major economic summit Mr. Bush is hosting in Washington on November 15th. He has, however, been talking to other world leaders by telephone. 也许是为了强调这一点,奥巴马将不会出席布什11月15号在华盛顿主持召开的主要经济峰会。不过,奥巴马一直在通过电话和世界其它国家的领导人进行交谈。On Saturday, Mr. Obama spoke for the first time since the election with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev. A Kremlin statement said they agreed that their countries have a common responsibility to address serious global problems. It also mentioned the possibility of an early meeting once the president-elect takes office. 星期六,奥巴马同俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫进行了他当选后的首次谈话。克里姆林宫发表的一份声明说,两人同意,美国和俄罗斯肩负着解决重要全球问题的责任。声明还说,在奥巴马就任总统后,他和梅德韦杰夫可能会举行会晤。Relations with Russia are strained over a Bush administration plan to set up a missile-defense system with sites in Poland and the Czech Republic. During the U.S. presidential campaign, Senator Obama said he needs more proof that the plan will work and the high cost is justified. 在总统竞选活动中,奥巴马说,他需要更多据来明这一导弹防御计划将发挥作用,并且值得美国为该计划付出大量资金。200811/55750天桥区妇女医院总部

济南哪个医院无痛人流好The Republican nomination共和党党内提名It's showtime表演正当时The Republicans are, at last, seriously getting on with choosing a candidate to take on Barack Obama next year 共和党终于认真物色候选人参加明年大选,与奥巴马一决高下Jun 9th 2011 | WASHINGTON, DC | from the print edition IT HAS been said so often that it has come to look self-evident. But is the Republican field in the race for next year’s presidential election really so weak? Democrats said much the same about their own candidates in 1991, only to see Bill Clinton capture the White House. 选局再明显不过了。然而共和党阵营在明年的总统大选中真的不堪一击吗?1991年民主党也认为自己的候选人没有胜算,但最终比尔克林顿赢得了大选,入主白宫。True, Americans take a dim view of the field so far, if recent surveys by the Pew Research Centre and the Washington Post are to believed. Only 25% had a good impression of the likely candidates. Many stars have decided to sit this race out. But this week brought a surprise. Less than a week after announcing that he was running again, Mitt Romney, who came second to John McCain in 2008, found himself head-to-head, at 47% each, against Barack Obama in a Washington Post/A poll. Maybe the president is not unassailable after all. 事实上,要是皮尤研究中心和华盛顿邮报近期所做的调查属实的话,美国人对共和党参选阵营持悲观态度。只有25%的人对共和党大选候选人持好印象。许多政治明星人物都决定独善其身,隔岸观火。然而本周爆出了一个惊人的消息。根据华盛顿邮报和美国广播公司进行的调查,在米特罗姆尼宣布第二次参选的几天后,就与巴拉克奥巴马各获得47%的持率。也许总统之位并非遥不可及。2008年米特罗姆尼曾和同为共和党籍的约翰麦凯恩一起参加党内提名选举,后宣布退出。201106/140893 HTC's patent problemsHTC的专利问题Android alert安卓系统,要当心了Using Google’s Android software has given HTC a boost, but it may now make the Taiwanese handset-maker vulnerable to costly lawsuits 使用谷歌的安卓软件推动了宏达电(HTC)的发展,但是现在它可能变成弱点,令这家台湾手机制造公司遭遇昂贵的诉讼Jul 21st 2011 | TAOYUAN, TAIWAN | from The Economist print edition UNTIL a few years ago HTC was pretty small and relatively obscure. But the Taiwanese company’s recent growth has been remarkable. In the second quarter it sold 11m smartphones, more than doubling its revenues in the same period last year. HTC’s main rivals, Nokia, Samsung and Apple, still sell around twice as many smartphones. But its rapid growth, especially on Apple’s American home turf, has made it a competitor to reckon with.几年前HTC还只是一个规模很小、相对不知名的公司。但是这家台湾公司最近的业绩增长却有目共睹。今年第二季度它共出售了1100万部智能手机,收入比去年同期增加了一倍多。HTC的主要竞争对手诺基亚、三星和苹果公司卖出的智能手机仍然是HTC的大概两倍。但是它的快速崛起、特别是在苹果的美国老家的迅速发展,已经使它成为不容小觑的对手。One reason for HTC’s surging sales is the relentless pace of its innovation: in the past quarter, in which Apple had no new iPhone to launch, HTC introduced ten new models. Another is Google’s Android operating system, on which most of HTC’s smartphones are now based, which has proved a hit among consumers.HTC手机销量猛增的原因之一是它源源不断的创新:上个季度,苹果公司没有发布任何新款iPhone,但是HTC却推出了10款新机型。还有一个原因是谷歌的安卓操作系统,现在HTC智能手机的大部分都以此系统为平台,它在消费者中间非常受欢迎。201107/146452德州中医医院贵不贵济南阳光复查要钱吗




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