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We are kicking off a new series called Milestones, says, gonna focus on the major life events that we are all facing, like getting married, buying a home and retirement. Today's milestone is all about the high price of bringing up a baby. Lots of due parents rush out to get the crib, and those cute little clothes and too often they are not y for the long-term financial responsibilities. Sam Grobart, senior editor of Money Magazine and expectant father is here with some tips on creating a baby budget. Good morning, Sam. Good morning, Rene, how are you. Well, first of all congratulations to you. (Thank you very much) It's a very exciting time for you (It is) but and/end it, as it is , for a lot of expectant parents, but there are lot of things to consider. You have cribs, and strollers, and diapers, and college for crying out loud, how can one little bundle of toy costs so much money? Well, when you factor in health care, education, food, clothing, shelter, the average amount that the parent is going to spend to raise their child from birth to 18 is about 200, 000 dollars. (wow) And it can be a lot more. Yeah, you, you've got these tips that you've come and you are using them yourself, right? (I am). You are used to doing, you , you are anyway, you are not sucking the joy out of this pregnancy for her, are you? Ah, I hope not. OK, right! The first tip you say is to buy in bulk. Yes, my wife and I, um, have never been to a Cosco before. What? Come on! We just have another way that came up, we're just two adults. (It's great, isn't it? Yeah! ) It's amazing. (Yeah) And now, all of a sudden, we started to kind of check it out cause we know that we are probably gonna be spending a lot of time there. (Yeah! ) The prices are a lot better for things like diapers and formulae and other things, such are just amazingly much more cheaper. You, you also say and I can remember this with the first baby, you want to have the best thing, you want to have the, the newest in all the labels and I remember telling my husband we've got to have this type of stroller. (Right). We really should be buying for the baby, not for us, isn't it? Cause at, at some points it's all about status. (Exactly) Right, I mean you know, there is a certain point when you're buying a good product, and it costs a certain amount and then after that, it's all about what you want and what, you know, you think is important. The baby is a baby, baby is probably not gonna really know the difference. So long as something is safe, you know a good stroller can cost about , maybe 200 dollars at the top end. (All right. ) But there are strollers that go to a thousand dollars and, really, that's just like buying a little BMW for your kid or something. (haa, yeah) Um, you say the other thing is you really need to figure out what your, say a monthly expenses will be an end. To that, you and your wife are sort of budgeting for a baby. You are taking this month (Yup) and tracking everything down to a pack of gum (inaudible)... Absolutely. We walk around with a little piece of paper, during the day, and this is a good idea for anybody to do if they want to get a sense of where the money is going. And when you have a kid, all of that sort of good personal finance ideas really come into play, so I get the soda, I write it down, I take a cab somewhere, I write it down. (Even little things like that? ) Absolutely. Because that's what you are gonna start to see where some of your money is going. And you can say I have no idea I was taking that money taxies or something (inaudible). (Wow) Maybe I shouldn't be , you know, getting a soda every two hours and I should just get a bottle of water and refill latter, things like that. Think about where. Think before you spend another. . . (exactly, yeah) Um, one of the places that a lot of people miscalculate is, is right out of the gate. (Yup) You know, as soon as they leave the hospital, they're, you know , they perhaps don't have the right insurance (right) or what have you and they're paying more out of pocket than they ever thought they would. Absolutely, I mean, the average parent once they're paying about 775 dollars out of pocket when they are going for a birth and the number can be as high as 2000 dollars. So what you want to do is call your insurer before you go to the hospital and find out exactly what's going to be covered and exactly what you'll have to pay for. There is probably not much you you can do at this point to change that but you at least can be prepared. These are an awful lot of expenses. Er, they, when, when the baby comes and all of a sudden, things are, maybe then you were planning for (ur) prop-up, maybe an extra , a visitor tour to the doctor. (ummm) You know, one of the things you say also is that we should save, even if it's just a little bit, we need to save for, what, retirement? For, well, we should save for both college education for your child and retirement. Um, if you can spend, if you can save ten dollars a week, for your child's college education, (40 dollars a month. ) Yeah but 500 dollars a year, you put that into something like a 529 plan or tax shelter that will, you know, grow without affecting your income tax. You have 30, 000 dollars by the time your kids are 18. So you are saving for the college tuition but if you have to choose(oh yah) then the choice is retirement. If you are prioritizing, um, it sounds a little kind of intuitive, but save for retirement. It's not to be cruel, it's just that there is a lot of financial options to pay for college, they're scholarships and financial aids. There are none of those things if you're trying to retire. Ok, now here is the thing you and I were just talking at the green room, (Yeah) these kids outgrow these clothes. Like this. You, you've got an i(dea), yeah, right, you've got an idea that to, to help us there? Well, "go used" is one big idea. I mean talk to your friends who've had children, do a clothing swap, get a circle of people together and do that. Go on eBay, go to the discount stores, I mean, you don't have to spend a lot of money on really fancy newborn equipment, you can just get a T-shirt. Sam Grobart, good luck! (Thank you very much) You've been depending delivery. 200809/47406

We are kicking off a new series called Milestones, says, gonna focus on the major life events that we are all facing, like getting married, buying a home and retirement. Today's milestone is all about the high price of bringing up a baby. Lots of due parents rush out to get the crib, and those cute little clothes and too often they are not y for the long-term financial responsibilities. Sam Grobart, senior editor of Money Magazine and expectant father is here with some tips on creating a baby budget. Good morning, Sam. Good morning, Rene, how are you. Well, first of all congratulations to you. (Thank you very much) It's a very exciting time for you (It is) but and/end it, as it is , for a lot of expectant parents, but there are lot of things to consider. You have cribs, and strollers, and diapers, and college for crying out loud, how can one little bundle of toy costs so much money? Well, when you factor in health care, education, food, clothing, shelter, the average amount that the parent is going to spend to raise their child from birth to 18 is about 200, 000 dollars. (wow) And it can be a lot more. Yeah, you, you've got these tips that you've come and you are using them yourself, right? (I am). You are used to doing, you , you are anyway, you are not sucking the joy out of this pregnancy for her, are you? Ah, I hope not. OK, right! The first tip you say is to buy in bulk. Yes, my wife and I, um, have never been to a Cosco before. What? Come on! We just have another way that came up, we're just two adults. (It's great, isn't it? Yeah! ) It's amazing. (Yeah) And now, all of a sudden, we started to kind of check it out cause we know that we are probably gonna be spending a lot of time there. (Yeah! ) The prices are a lot better for things like diapers and formulae and other things, such are just amazingly much more cheaper. You, you also say and I can remember this with the first baby, you want to have the best thing, you want to have the, the newest in all the labels and I remember telling my husband we've got to have this type of stroller. (Right). We really should be buying for the baby, not for us, isn't it? Cause at, at some points it's all about status. (Exactly) Right, I mean you know, there is a certain point when you're buying a good product, and it costs a certain amount and then after that, it's all about what you want and what, you know, you think is important. The baby is a baby, baby is probably not gonna really know the difference. So long as something is safe, you know a good stroller can cost about , maybe 200 dollars at the top end. (All right. ) But there are strollers that go to a thousand dollars and, really, that's just like buying a little BMW for your kid or something. (haa, yeah) Um, you say the other thing is you really need to figure out what your, say a monthly expenses will be an end. To that, you and your wife are sort of budgeting for a baby. You are taking this month (Yup) and tracking everything down to a pack of gum (inaudible)... Absolutely. We walk around with a little piece of paper, during the day, and this is a good idea for anybody to do if they want to get a sense of where the money is going. And when you have a kid, all of that sort of good personal finance ideas really come into play, so I get the soda, I write it down, I take a cab somewhere, I write it down. (Even little things like that? ) Absolutely. Because that's what you are gonna start to see where some of your money is going. And you can say I have no idea I was taking that money taxies or something (inaudible). (Wow) Maybe I shouldn't be , you know, getting a soda every two hours and I should just get a bottle of water and refill latter, things like that. Think about where. Think before you spend another. . . (exactly, yeah) Um, one of the places that a lot of people miscalculate is, is right out of the gate. (Yup) You know, as soon as they leave the hospital, they're, you know , they perhaps don't have the right insurance (right) or what have you and they're paying more out of pocket than they ever thought they would. Absolutely, I mean, the average parent once they're paying about 775 dollars out of pocket when they are going for a birth and the number can be as high as 2000 dollars. So what you want to do is call your insurer before you go to the hospital and find out exactly what's going to be covered and exactly what you'll have to pay for. There is probably not much you you can do at this point to change that but you at least can be prepared. These are an awful lot of expenses. Er, they, when, when the baby comes and all of a sudden, things are, maybe then you were planning for (ur) prop-up, maybe an extra , a visitor tour to the doctor. (ummm) You know, one of the things you say also is that we should save, even if it's just a little bit, we need to save for, what, retirement? For, well, we should save for both college education for your child and retirement. Um, if you can spend, if you can save ten dollars a week, for your child's college education, (40 dollars a month. ) Yeah but 500 dollars a year, you put that into something like a 529 plan or tax shelter that will, you know, grow without affecting your income tax. You have 30, 000 dollars by the time your kids are 18. So you are saving for the college tuition but if you have to choose(oh yah) then the choice is retirement. If you are prioritizing, um, it sounds a little kind of intuitive, but save for retirement. It's not to be cruel, it's just that there is a lot of financial options to pay for college, they're scholarships and financial aids. There are none of those things if you're trying to retire. Ok, now here is the thing you and I were just talking at the green room, (Yeah) these kids outgrow these clothes. Like this. You, you've got an i(dea), yeah, right, you've got an idea that to, to help us there? Well, "go used" is one big idea. I mean talk to your friends who've had children, do a clothing swap, get a circle of people together and do that. Go on eBay, go to the discount stores, I mean, you don't have to spend a lot of money on really fancy newborn equipment, you can just get a T-shirt. Sam Grobart, good luck! (Thank you very much) You've been depending delivery. 200809/47406

Katie Couric: At only 11 years old. Annasophia Robb adds in the second major film to her resume. You may remember her, from the heart warming tale because of Winn-Dixie, she stared as Opal, a girl whose life changes for the better, "he wins, Dixie", once she meets and adopts a free friend at a local grocery store, but now she plays a fierce gum chewing champion, Violet Beauregarde, who along with four other kids, finds a golden ticket in the new movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Unfortunately, she fails to hit a warning and starts feeling a bit blue. (From the motion picture--Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)Stick the most amazing and sensational gum of the whole universe.Sounds like my kind of gum.I'd rather you didn't, there're still one or two things they are... erm..I'm the world record holder in chewing gum, I'm not afraid of anything.How is it honey?It's amazing! To make the soap I can feel banning down my throat.I'm just a little concerned about the..Little berry pie in ice cream.That part.What's happening to her nose?It's turning blue.Katie Couric: Annasophia Robb. Good morning! Nice to see you. how are you?Annasophia Robb: Good morning. I'm good, how are you?Katie Couric: Richard mentioned that we have been chewing gum, you put it behind your ear temporarily ... But the reason we are because we have little bubble blowing competition in a minute. And I have to say, first of all, I have the sugar free gum and that's not as good for bubble blowing, is it?Annasophia Robb: No, it doesn't have the right, consistency. It's the sugar.Katie Couric: So I'm working a way on the sugar, bubble gum right now, so I can compete adequately. But let me ask you about becoming a young actress. Because I understand you wanna to do this since you were 3 years old, it's that right?Annasophia Robb: Yeah I am.. I wanna to do it since I was three. I kept asking for my mom for an agent. And finally when I was 8, she said all right, and she found me an agent in Denver.Katie Couric: Is that where you are from?Annasophia Robb: That's where I am from. I'm from Colorado and then I did an acting class, that's for 3 months. And then after that, L.A. agents and managers came out, and I got picked up by one of them and I went out to LA.Katie Couric: And tell me about some of the roles you had, I mentioned Because of Winn-Dixie you were adorable in that movie, and in fact, you know, in many ways you remind me of the Cold Fenning. Do people tell you that, that you remind them of a little bit of her?Annasophia Robb: Sometimes, yeah, I guess I think it is the blonde hair.Katie Couric: Yeah what other movies have you done? What other roles have you had?Annasophia Robb: I did Samantha: An American Girl Holiday.Katie Couric: Oh, right, I love you in that, too. You know it's hard cause you had brown hair as Samantha.Annasophia Robb: Yeah, and this one. Which is, that was fun, I got the blonde hair..Katie Couric: I bet it was. Tell me a little bit about being involved in this movie. I mean, were you familiar with this story, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, as the book is called.Annasophia Robb: Yeah, I was.. I love the book. It's a great book, it's such a classic and I love all the characters in it. Katie Couric: Had you seen Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory which Wilder was in it? Annasophia Robb: Yes, I had. I love that movie, it's an old song. It's so much fun. And this one, it's a lot supposed to be the original book.Katie Couric: And the fact is really a lot darker, isn't it? And, I mean, a little more, a little darker when she say it's a little less happy, happy.Annasophia Robb: It is! Yeah, it's a Tim's version. Which is Katie Couric: So Tim Burton, right? You don't say, it is me to say more than that. Tim Burton. And Johnny Depp, his version of Willie Walker, is a bit cockier than Gene Walder's. Won't you agree?Annasophia Robb: Yes! He is. It's a little more cockier, a kind of odd, but I think it's exactly how Ronald Dahl, the feel of the book, is a kind of dark. And so I think Tim really captured that essence. Katie Couric: I'm excited about that movie. We are y to count down. Tell me a little bit about Violet Beauregarde and F in terms of her personality. She's one bratty little kid, isn't she?Annasophia Robb: She is, she's very competitive, and very selfish, too. And she'll do nothing to stop her er..to win. And so I have a lot from playing her because usually I don't play mean characters, except for this part. Katie Couric: Right, so you had a lot of fun with that, she goes wandering with the same light blue sweatshirt, sweatsuit rather, as her mom who's played by Missi Pyle, who's hilarious tooAnnasophia Robb: She's so funny, we had such a good time together, and we're wearing M track suits. So there're so much fun. I've got to repent and…Katie Couric: You got to …you go up, well, you've got chew gum which is supposing you are smarter according to a recent study, I'm not sure.(really?) that's true. You've also got to blow up like a giant blueberry.Annasophia Robb:I did, I did. That was quite a fun for me because we did this whole prosthetic thing and the performer may phase then I turn into this big blueberry.Katie Couric: I think we have actually, Joe, don't we have two Violets turning blue? So we can now actually show folks. (Big potato) All the sudden this is you and this is from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory but really you got a situation here. Are you y? Let's blow bubble.Annasophia Robb: Okay. I have to get my gum. I stuck it behind my ear, it's got to stuck. Katie Couric: OK! We have ten seconds, can you do it? …200707/15205India Prime Minister Pitches Global Nuclear Disarmament印度倡议签署消除核武器国际公约  India's prime minister wants his country to be at the forefront of the effort to achieve global nuclear disarmament. The push comes at a time Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's government is trying to seal a civil nuclear fuel agreement with the ed States. 印度总理辛格希望印度在实现全球核裁军方面走在最前列。这个倡议是在辛格政府试图和美国达成一项民用核燃料协议的同时提出的。Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has opened an international nuclear disarmament conference by calling for the countries of the world to create a "timebound framework" to rid the world of atomic weapons.  辛格星期一宣布国际核裁军会议召开,他呼吁各国设立一个“规定时限的框架”,以便在全世界解除核武器。India is among the world's eight declared states having nuclear arsenals. Speaking to the conference in New Delhi, Monday, Prime Minister Singh called for a comprehensive international pact to rid the world of nuclear arms. 印度是世界上8个宣称拥有核武器的国家之一。辛格在新德里召开的会议上呼吁签署一项全面解除核武器的国际公约。"The only effective form of nuclear disarmament and elimination of nuclear weapons is global disarmament," he said. "Nuclear weapons know no boundaries."  他说:“进行核裁军和清除核武器的唯一有效方式就是全球裁军。核武器是不认国界的。”This year, India submitted a six-step plan for nuclear disarmament to the ed Nations General Assembly.  今年,印度向联合国大会提交了一个有关核裁军的6点计划。India has been unwilling to sign similar treaties, arguing they are unfair because a few countries would be allowed to retain their nuclear weapons indefinitely.  印度曾经不愿意签署类似条约。印度辩称这样的条约不公平,因为有些国家被准许无限期的保留他们的核武器。India detonated its first nuclear device in 1974 and conducted five more tests in May, 1998. Its long-time rival, neighbor Pakistan, also has nuclear weapons.  印度在1974年首次试爆核装置,之后又在1998年5月连续5次试验核武器。印度的长期对手和邻国巴基斯坦也拥有核武器。The renewed de-nuclearization campaign by India comes 20 years after then-Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, speaking to a U.N. special session, called for the elimination of all nuclear weapons. The appeal received little attention.  在印度重新启动消除核武器运动的20年前,当时的印度总理拉吉夫.甘地在联合国大会演说时,呼吁消除所有核武器。但是他的呼吁没有引起多少关注。Despite the renewed nuclear weapons disarmament call, Prime Minister Singh is emphasizing India will need to increase its nuclear power generation capacity. The country's booming economy is hampered by a serious shortfall in electrical generation.  尽管重新发出核裁军呼吁,但是印度总理辛格仍然强调,印度需要增加它的核能发电。印度蓬勃的经济受到严重的电力短缺的阻碍。Mr. Singh's government is attempting to win support from its leftist allies for a landmark civil nuclear agreement with the ed States. The deal would end India's isolation in the world nuclear fuel market, imposed because of its nuclear weapons development outside of international frameworks.  辛格政府希望赢得其左派盟友的持,达成一项和美国的划时代民用核能协议。这项协议将结束印度被排除在世界核燃料市场之外的状况。国际社会施加这项限制是因为印度的核武器发展是在国际框架之外进行的。In exchange for separating its civil and military nuclear programs, India would be able to buy critically-needed uranium and nuclear technology from the Nuclear Suppliers Group. The 45-country organization controls international trade in such materials, in an attempt to reduce nuclear proliferation. 如果印度把它的民用和军用核计划分割开来,将使得印度能够从“核供应国集团”购买亟需的金属铀和核技术。为了减少核武器扩散,由45个国家组成的“核供应国集团”控制著这类物资的国际贸易。200806/41615JP Morgan Chase Buys Troubled Washington Mutual Bank美国“华盛顿互惠”宣布破产 As U.S. lawmakers grappled over a 0 billion dollar bank bailout plan, one of the nation's largest banks - Washington Mutual Incorporated - collapsed under the weight of its enormous bad bets on the U.S. mortgage market. What is seen as the largest bank failure in U.S. history.正当美国国会仍然就政府提出的七千亿美元拯救金融市场计划争吵不休的时候,美国规模最大的之一--华盛顿互惠--却由于无法承受其巨大的房贷坏帐而破产。这是美国历史上破产倒闭的规模最大的一家。With financial markets reeling over the recent crisis on Wall Street, the collapse of Seattle-based Washington Mutual could not have come at a worse time.当金融市场由于华尔街最新的危机而苦苦挣扎之际,总部设在西雅图的华盛顿互惠的倒闭,的确是雪上加霜。Federal regulators moved quickly, seizing the troubled mortgage lender late Thursday and selling the thrift's banking assets to U.S. investment bank J.P. Morgan for nearly billion. 联邦监管人员行动迅速,于星期四傍晚冻结了这家身陷困境的房贷发放机构的资产,然后以将近二十亿美元的价格转售给美国投资根大通公司。The Federal Deposit Insurance Company, FDIC, insures Americans' bank deposits of up to 0,000. But it says because of the deal it will not have to use its assets to cover Washington Mutual's deposits. 美国联邦储蓄保险公司为储户十万美元以下的储蓄投了保,但是表示,由于转售交易的达成,联邦储蓄保险公司不必利用自身的资产向华盛顿互惠的储户付赔偿。The FDIC had aly spent billions of dollars in its takeover of IndyMac, which collapsed in July. Some analysts say a Washington Mutual failure could have used up half the money in the government insurance fund.今年七月抵押贷款公司IndyMac破产的时候,联邦储蓄保险公司已经付出了几十亿美元。一些分析人士表示,假如华盛顿互惠破产,联邦储蓄保险公司将不得不动用一半的政府保险资金。J.P. Morgan Chase said it plans to close less than 10 percent of the two companies' branches. The bank has not yet decided which to close. Kelsey Wesley, a Washington Mutual employee says employees are nervous. But adds the company, commonly known as WaMu, has been good to them in the past. 根大通公司表示,将关闭两家公司百分之十以下的分行,但是没有明确说明将关闭哪些分行。华盛顿互惠雇员凯尔西·韦斯利说,的雇员都感到紧张担心。但是他也表示,公司一向待雇员很好。"I'm not gonna say that is not gonna happen but no matter what WaMu has a really impressive severance package and I think that's going to be carried on even if there is a merger," he said. 韦斯利说:“我并不是说这种事情不会发生,但是不管怎么说,华盛顿互惠向员工提供非常好的解聘待遇。我认为,即使公司被兼并,这些待遇也会得到执行。”John Graybill, another Washington Mutual employee said he is optimistic.华盛顿互惠另一位名叫约翰·格雷比尔的雇员说,他感到乐观。"Of course we are going to have some uncertainties and some questioning about what's going on. Have I been nervous? Sure. That's the nature of the whole beast," he said. "When a large company gets bought out you wonder about your job. Are heads gonna roll? You just don't know but we have faith in our bosses and the people upstairs." 他说:“我们当然对眼前发生的一切感到不安,心里也会有很多问题。我是否感到紧张?当然紧张。这正是问题的根源。一家大公司被别人收买购,你自然担心你的饭碗。是否会有人被炒鱿鱼?你心里没底,但是我们对我们的老板和管理层有信心。”FDIC Chairwoman Sheila Bair says this will be a seamless transition for the bank's customers. She says there will be no interruption in services and bankers can expect business as usual.联邦储蓄保险公司主席希拉·布莱尔表示,对于华盛顿互惠的顾客来说,过渡将会非常平稳。她还说,务不会受到影响,一切都照常如故。Washington Mutual has been saddled with billions of dollars of debt because it heavily invested in selling risky subprime mortgages to customers who later defaulted on them. 华盛顿互惠把很多资产投在高风险的次级房贷上,但是由于很多贷款者无法偿还贷款而负债高达几十亿美元。This is J.P. Morgan's second purchase of a financial institution left vulnerable by the subprime mortgage crisis. It bought Bear Stearns for more than two-billion dollars earlier this year.这是根大通第二次出手购买由于次级房贷危机而摇摇欲坠的金融公司。今年早些时候,根大通以二十多亿美元的价格收购了贝尔斯登公司。200809/50736

Contessa Brewer: Joining me to discuss how the damage from Katrina could affect the economy, from Washington is David Wessel, deputy bureau chief of the Wall Street Journal. David, nice to see you today.David Wessel: Nice to see you.Contessa Brewer: So how much has hurricane Katrina affected oil and gas production here?David Wessel: Well, the, the Gulf of Mexico, as you point out, is a very important center of oil exploration and production. And even more important it's a port for importing oil and other energy materials into the ed States. So the reason oil prices has spiked is because their concerns that the supply will be disrupted. We won't really know how bad it is for a few days till we assess the damage. But we're very vulnerable there as you point out.Contessa Brewer: Yeah. we heard,urh, initial reports that you know, Chevron for instance was flying over a huge refining plant out there along the Gulf Coast that some of these big platforms with the big ocean-going liners coming in to offload their oil. They may have been damaged there; they could prevent those supplies coming in. The president is considering releasing some oil stock from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, but if the refineries can't handle that work, how would that help?David Wessel: Well, it , it wouldn't help what the Strategic Petroleum Reserve has is raw material that would have to be refined. The problem is this comes at a moment when we don't have a lot of access refining capacity and when oil markets were aly on edge because demand for oils from around the world has been so strong. So it is a very delicate moment. I think it actually goes beyond that, because one fifth of all the nation's imports and exports come out of the ports down there in the areas affected by the hurricane. And if it turns out that those ports are damaged, it'll take a while to reopen. The economy effects could go beyond the energy ones.Contessa Brewer: Ok! That's good to know. I didn't even realize it was such a big import situation.David Wessel: A lot of , a lot of the nations' grain is exported through those ports, you know, goes down the Mississippi River so...Contessa Brewer: So you are talking about that perhaps prices could go up for all kinds of goods?David Wessel: Right or we could sell less of it, absolutely. I mean that's a thing it's so interesting. You know it's obviously devastating for the people who live there and those pictures are so upsetting and you can't imagine what it's like to be there. As a center of production in the US, of the overall US economy, it's not very big. About three percent of the GDP is in this area. That's not very big. But our imports and exports of energy are very important part of that region's economy. And that could have national implications .Contessa Brewer: Well let's talk a little bit too about the insurance industry because certainly (right) it's aly been a long hurricane season. How is Katrina going to affect them when you're talking about early estimates being more than nine billion dollars in insured losses?David Wessel: Well. Clearly the insurance industry is gonna pay off a lot of money to home owners, and to businesses that have lost property or have had their businesses interrupted. The total losses are being talked about in the range of 25 billion dollars although those estimates are always very squishy so early on. What this means is that the insurance companies and particularly the reinsurance companies those are insurance companies that insure insurance companies are gonna spend a lot of money. There isn't any reason to worry about the financial stability of the system. They have a lot of resources. They've reserved for this. So it's gonna be a big cost, it's gonna hurt their earnings, it's aly hurt their stock prices. But I don't think it's gonna have big ripples outside the industry, except for one thing, it always happens like this. They have a big disaster and even though they prepare for disasters and even though they have insurance business,it almost always leads to rating increases across the board for people who buy properties, casualties and liability insurance.Contessa Brewer: Ok, David thank you so much for joining us with your perspective on that and today you've offered several new angles for us to ponder there. David Wessel with Wall Street Journal.200807/44003

The ed Nations Secretary-General's special adviser for Burma says he expects to return to the country "sooner rather than later."  联合国秘书长的缅甸事务特使易卜拉欣.甘巴里说,他预计不久就会重新访问缅甸。U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari says he is optimistic he will be able to return to Burma, "way before April." 他说,他对能在4月份之前返回缅甸感到乐观:"You will recall the authorities there said they will receive me after the middle of April, after April 15," Gambari said. "But I think I have reason to believe they are reconsidering." “缅甸当局曾经说过,他们将在4月15号之后会见我。不过我现在有理由认为,他们正在重新考虑。”On Tuesday, Gambari completed two days of meetings with Chinese officials. He says he consulted with Chinese officials on how best to move forward in encouraging political reform in Burma.  甘巴里星期二结束了跟中国官员的会晤。他说,他和中国官员探讨了鼓励缅甸进行政治改革的最佳方式的问题:"The Chinese government has been helpful in helping on my access, including encouraging the [Burmese] authorities to receive me as often as possible," Gambari said.  “中国政府一直在为我访问缅甸提供帮助,其中包括鼓励缅甸当局尽可能多地让我进入缅甸。”Gambari last visited Burma in November, several weeks after the military government crushed mass demonstrations calling for democracy and political reform. 甘巴里最后一次访问缅甸是在去年11月,在那之前的几个星期,缅甸军政府刚刚镇压了一场要求民主与政治改革的大规模民众抗议示威。He says the Burmese government's new plans for a May referendum on a new constitution, and for general elections in 2010 are "a significant step" toward democratic reform.  甘巴里说,缅甸5月举行宪法公决,并在2010年举行大选的新计划是迈向民主改革的重要一步。But he calls on the ruling generals to make sure the referendum is credible for the Burmese people and the international community. That would include, he says, releasing political prisoners, such as opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has spent years under house arrest. In addition, he says, the government needs to allow the public and the opposition to freely comment about the draft constitution. 甘巴里呼吁军人统治者确保宪法公决对缅甸人民和国际社会来说具有可信度。他说,那将包括释放政治犯,比如已经被软禁多年的反对派领袖昂山素季。另外,甘巴里说,缅甸政府必须允许公众和反对派人士对宪法草案自由发表意见。Many critics say the referendum and election will do little to bring reform to the country, as it appears the draft constitution allows the military to retain significant control.  很多批评人士说,全民公决以及选举看起来都不会给缅甸带来什么改革,因为宪法草案允许军人继续掌握实权。The military has ruled Burma since the early 1960s. It has become one of the poorest and most isolated countries in Asia. The ed States, the European Union and other nations have imposed economic sanctions on the government, to push the military to allow democratic reforms.  自从1960年代初以来军人一直统治缅甸。现在缅甸已经成为亚洲最贫穷、最受孤立的国家之一。美国、欧洲联盟和其他国家向军人政权实行了经济制裁,以推动军人让缅甸进行民主改革。Burma's Southeast Asian neighbors, along with China and India, however, have argued that political engagement and trade are better than sanctions in bringing reform.  不过中国和印度以及缅甸的东南亚邻国认为,推动缅甸实行改革更有效的方式是政治参与和贸易,而不是制裁。The U.N. envoy next travels to Indonesia, Singapore and Japan to discuss Burma. 联合国特使甘巴里将前往印度尼西亚、新加坡和日本讨论缅甸问题。At a regular briefing, the Chinese foreign ministry spokesman told reporters Beijing wants to see democracy, peace and stability in Burma, but opposes the use of economic sanctions to pressure the government.  中国外交部发言人在新闻发布会上对记者说,北京希望看到缅甸的民主、和平和稳定,但是反对利用经济制裁向缅甸政府施压。200802/27657Bush Announces New Anti-Malarial Measures in Tanzania布什宣布为坦桑尼亚提供免费蚊帐 President Bush is in Tanzania where he has announced a new initiative to fight malaria. The program aims to provide insecticide-treated bed nets to every Tanzanian child under five. 美国总统布什在访问坦桑尼亚期间为抗击疟疾宣布了一项新计划。计划的目标是为坦桑尼亚每一个5岁以下的幼儿提供经过驱杀蚊虫处理的蚊帐。The president and Mrs. Bush toured Meru District Hospital in northern Tanzania where they gave pregnant women insecticide-treated bed nets to protect them and their children against malaria. 布什总统和夫人视察了位于坦桑尼亚北部的梅鲁地区医院,在那里他们把经过驱杀蚊虫处理的的蚊帐送给妇,以保护她们本人和她们的孩子不染上疟疾。"The suffering caused my malaria is needless," Mr. Bush said. "And every death caused by malaria is unacceptable." 布什说:“没有必要忍受疟疾造成的痛苦,疟疾造成的每一例死亡病例都是不能接受的。”Bed nets are one of the simplest and most effective means of preventing malaria. So President Bush announced a new initiative with the World Bank to provide more than five million free bed nets over the next six months. That should be enough to cover all Tanzanian children under five. 使用蚊帐是预防疟疾最简单、最有效的办法之一。布什总统和界共同宣布了一个新计划,在未来半年内免费提供5万多顶蚊帐,这应当足够让坦桑尼亚5岁以下的幼儿都有蚊帐使用。As the nets are manufactured locally, President Bush says they not only prevent disease but create jobs as well. 这些蚊帐都是当地制作的。布什总统说,这项计划不但可以预防疾病,还可以提供就业机会。"So as this campaign protects women and children from malaria, it also boosts local economies," Mr. Bush said. "It helps develop a culture of bed net use that will be sustained long after relief programs have ended." 他说:“这项计划不但保护妇女儿童免患疟疾,而且还推动当地的经济。这会有助于当地人习惯使用蚊帐。在这项援助计划结束后,在很长时间里人们会把使用蚊帐的习惯继续下去。”The president's five-year, .2 billion malaria initiative is meant to cut malaria deaths by half in 15 African countries. 布什总统为期5年的防治疟疾项目要耗资12亿美元,其目的是要在15个非洲国家里把疟疾死亡率减少一半。The program includes training for health workers, indoor spraying, and treatment for up to 85 percent of the most vulnerable groups - primarily pregnant women, children under five, and people living with HIV/AIDS. 这一项目还包括训练医务工作者,在室内喷撒杀蚊剂,并治疗85%以上最容易感染疟疾的人群,他们当中有妇、5岁以下幼儿和艾滋病人与艾滋病毒感染者。Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete says the U.S. initiative has dramatically cut incidents of the diseases on the island of Zanzibar where 35 percent of people tested positive for malaria in 2004. Last year it was just one percent. 坦桑尼亚总统贾卡亚.基奎特说,美国的计划已经使桑给巴尔岛的疟疾病例大幅减少,2004年桑给巴尔岛35%的居民在体检时被发现染有疟疾,然而去年下降到仅有1%。"Mr. President, today there are thousands of women and children who would have died from malaria that are alive in Tanzania thanks to your malaria support program," Kikwete said. 坦桑尼亚总统基奎特对布什说:“总统先生,由于您的防治疟疾援助项目,成千上万有可能已经死亡的坦桑尼亚妇女和儿童今天仍然活在人间。”The ed States also funds a program in Dar es Salaam to kill mosquito larvae in the water where they are born. That has cut the malaria risk in Tanzania's largest city by half since 2002. 美国还资助达累斯萨拉姆的一个项目,杀死蚊子在水中繁殖的幼虫。自从2002年以来,由于这个项目,生活在这座坦桑尼亚最大城市中的居民感染疟疾的风险减少了一半。The president is doing some long-distance lobbying on this Africa trip, calling on Congress and American taxpayers to continue funding the President's Malaria Initiative - or PMI - as well as a program to fight AIDS known as PEPFAR. 尽管布什总统人在非洲访问,但是他没有忘记对美国的游说。他呼吁国会和纳税人继续资助他的防治疟疾项目,并持另外一个防治艾滋病的项目。Stephen Morrison is Co-Director of the Africa program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a private policy research group in Washington. "In both cases, the emphasis on PEPFAR and PMI is both to reassure the African audience that these commitments are going to be sustained and to assuage doubt as we look towards the end of this administration, but also to play back to an American audience about the payback and the value of all of this," Morrison said. 华盛顿的独立智囊机构--美国国际战略研究中心的非洲项目主任斯蒂芬.莫利森说:“强调防治疟疾项目与强调防治艾滋病项目一样,都是为了确保非洲国家对美国的承诺抱有信心,并在布什政府即将离任之际打消人们心中的一些疑虑。除此之外,这还可以让美国人看到,这些援助项目是有价值的。”After Tanzania, the president visits Rwanda, Ghana, and Liberia. 布什总统在访问坦桑尼亚之后还要前往卢旺达、加纳和利比里亚进行访问。200802/27465;Say when!; ———— “够了说一声!”英文释义 Expression used by a host when pouring liquid that means tell me when I have given you enough.例句 My cautious grandfather always quietly said say when as he poured wine in my glass.我谨慎的祖父在给我倒葡萄酒时总会小声地说:“够了就说一声!” /201605/445081

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