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商河县妇幼保健站治疗不孕不育好吗济南阳光医院可以做人流吗We know the fact is of a 8,000,000 deficit this year and the rest is sort of speculative, but, but can you see the US getting into a trillion dollar market and if so, how? Well, we’re, we’re obviously heading into a very difficult time for the US economically. You are gonna see a drop in tax receipts, you are gonna see, uh, pressure on the government to use money that’s aly been used to bailout Wall Street to help other, other constituencies in the US who’re also gonna be facing troubles. So if possible that we could see these numbers in fact…uh... Get to those sort of level Get to those levels I mean is the US of the opinion like most of the rest of the world, the best way to tackle a recession now is to spend very freely, the so called Keynesian Economic Theory. I think they are gonna have their hands tied, I mean you can spend a certain amount but on the other hand, aly we’ve got a massive budget deficit, we’ve got a huge amount of money that the US owes the rest of the world. So they can only go so far in trying to spend their way out of this recession. Ok. So as you point out, the US aly owes the rest of the world a huge amount of money. There’s a ten-trillion-dollar national debt. Perhaps up to a trillion dollars coming up. The government will finance that by selling basically treasuries to other countries. Why should those other countries buy them? Well, of course, the US is gonna be turning to the same usual suspects who have been buying US debt in the past. That’s gonna be China, Japan, investors in the Middle East. And the problem for them is that they are aly on the hook for a lot of US debt they have purchased in the past. And so they face, what some people have called “the financial balance of terror”. If you decide that you are not gonna buy, US debt going forward, you risk shooting yourself in the foot by devaluing the securities that you aly own. So in a sense you need to keep buying in order to keep your portfolio valuable for the future. On the other hand, the question may be at what price, what yield does the US government have to offer in order to attract these investors to continue financing the US deficit. Do you think there is a growing concern though in the international community, a government level, that after they’ve heard the president say I will half the national debt by the time I leave office and in fact it’s going completely the other way, it’s now a record deficit and ballooning, that the rest of the world loses their faith in the US government’s ability to manage its own finances. So therefore they are gonna be saying we don’t wanna go near this. Sure there is a, there is a real question of confidence that the government is gonna be facing, the new administration is gonna be facing when it comes into office and that will be a matter for the administration to address in terms of trying to bolster the confidence of investors, and in fact you have a new attitude, you have a resolution to try and address this. Nobody expects that the deficit is gonna to be balanced or addressed short-term because of the recession, but longer term, if people see and or at least have faith that the US is taking the right steps to address this longer term then that may that may do something to address some of these concerns. You talk about that sort of balance of year, that balance of fear, that if they stop buying it, the value of the US dollar will come down. But all the same countries like China and Japan have the bulk of their overseas foreign reserves in these US treasuries, 90% maybe, maybe a bit less. But isn’t it removed to bounce , why don’t they buy euros, why don’t they buy yen, why do they keep wanting to buy the US dollar if there are so many problems associated with US dollar. There have been discussions about this in the past and every once in a while you see a comment that suggests that China or Japan might be looking to diversify their exposure and opt to buying of euros or other currencies, and I doubt that you will see that go away. However on the other hand, what you’ve seen now with the financial crisis reaching Europe and the problems there and the need for governments to go in and bail out the banking system there with Europe now in a recession and possibly getting into a very serious one in the next year. What that says is that Europe may not necessarily be as much of a safer bet than the dollar Bet them at what you know Right. 11/89412济南哪个治妇科好 Olympics boost Chinese economy 奥运带动经济 The spirit of commerce is alive and well in traditionally communist China, as the country gets y for the Olympics.For people in Beijing, China are going gaga over the upcoming Olympics since being awarded of the Games in 2001 the city have undergone a major transformation to prepare itself to host, literally, the planet, this summer, everything from subways to highways and the airports, they've all have been revamped and expanded to host millions of spectators that will descend on Beijing. Joining me now Money magazine, Senior Writer, George Manne, see you were there. Thank you for joining us, today,Thank you for having me Bringing us a little piece of Beijing, what’s interesting, you have talked about a bit of how the city is really educating the public about the Olympic Games, what did you notice?Well. It is the coolest thing that I have ever seen in a subway that you didn't ,don't wanna talk to the police about ,it was they had s , not only do they have TV monitors in the newest subway lines, but while I was there , they were running non-stop educational s about the Olympics ,so if you watch for 5 minutes ,and if you know Chinese which I don’t. You can learn all about how you judge let's say the trampoline competition, what makes a good trampolinist versus, you know, a none-medal-winning trampolinist.They're really trying to get them into it.Oh,yeah, plus, they were showing an endless loop of the sequence of events that showed originally when China was awarded at the Olympics. They had Samaranch, they had the International Olympics Committee announcing Beijing ,and everybody cheering.When I was in Athens they had the Olympics, and they were doing the as similar, as similar thing, but it does not sound like to the same extent .It seems like Beijing is really taking this all out.Yeah, it’s been an excuse for a lot of construction in the city, building new highways, obviously building the main venues also upgrading transportation systems around them ,around the city.Other than changes in infrastructure, what did you notice, the signal that hail the Olympics are coming?Lots of advertising, everywhere you look, there were billboards with Olympic times, also billboards with the five cute little furry little mascots for the Olympics.Right. I’ve seen thoseThose are the Fuwa, the good luck dolls and they represent different Olympic sports, different Olympic ideals, and also different elements, five different, elements (Earth, fire, wind), yes ,and also different animals representatives of China . There is a panda there, too. Of course. What is also interesting is that the government has cut down on call-to-call guerilla advertising by non-Olympic sponsors, they are trying to make an effort that if you see an advertisement that has something to do with sports; it is from an official sponsor who has paid-up.But what about the big sponsors like Nike for example, how are the Chinese government officials controlling their advertising in Beijing?Well , it is pretty uncontrollable , sorry Carol advertisement is everywhere ,that was one of the things that were the most interesting thing to me, going to China for the first time , you think of China as a socialist country ,but is just filled with capitalism and buying and purchasing ,and stuff like that.What are you noticing, you know, finally just from the men and women and pedestrians on the street, what is different do you think possibly about their behavior, are they really really geared up for the game , and some of them // off the construction that they have to deal with to prepare for the Games ?Well, that is an issue in China ,there has been a lot of tearing down of old neighborhoods are to build new buildings, new hotels ,just to develop the city ,and it does not seem as if there is a strong historic preservation movement in China as strong as it is let's say in major cities in the ed States . So that is just rolling along there. I have to ask you about the smog, because if you think the smog in L.A. is bad, you should check out Beijing, right? I mean, it's supposed to be a little less now, because they cut off a lot of their industrial production for the GamesYes every, people that I spoke to said you know unfortunately this is about the worst time of the year that you could have an event in Beijing, it is just seasonally . it is just a bad and more polluted time , what I told people coming back, I live in NY,what I told people coming back,it was a really exciting city, make New York feel like a small town, make NY feel like just a little tiny building that has not that many people ,it also made NY look like it had air like in a country meddle compared to Beijing . So I know they are really fighting to try to fix them up in time for the Games.Yeah we'll see what happens, George, thank you for giving us you first // perspective, I appreciate that.200811/56847济南治疗尿道炎好的医院

济南妇幼保健医院做人流济宁市做体检多少钱 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济南妇女医院是医保定点医院吗

济南宫颈囊肿手术要多少钱It's Not Easy Being Blue Users of colloidal silver, like Paul Karason, say their skin has changed color.For 40 years, Paul Karason was a fair skin son of the American Northwest, freckles and reddish-blond hair. Like most people who grow older, Paul’s hair turned white. But how does he explain this?What was that “Aha” moment when you think, “You know, my skin’s looking funny.”A friend of mine that I hadn’t seen in another few months came by to see me and he said what have you got on your face? I don’t have anything on my face. And he was very fair-skinned as I used to be and that's when it hit me… So you are telling me, it was so gradual you didn’t notice itThat’s exactly right Paul, do you own a mirror?Ha ha ha …Paul’s blue skin is the result of a rare medical syndrome known as argyria, or silver poisoning. Paul began using silver as a form of alternative medicine, not knowing what could happen to his skin. It started a decade ago when he saw a magazine ad promising health and rejuvenation. In those first months, Paul noticed no change in his skin color. But he says there were changes in his health. The acid reflux problem I have been having went away completely. I had arthritis in my shoulder so bad I couldn’t pull a T-shirt off and the next thing I knew, they, they were just gone.And you are convinced that it was the silver that did it.Not the slightest doubt in my mind.But there is plenty of doubt among mainstream doctors. This claims they say have no bases in science. Just as the head of dermatology at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, Doctor Vinson Deleo.The FDA has looked at it a long time ago and decided that there is no medical reason for taking colloidal silver.So what recommendation would you give to somebody who’s like well, you know, maybe I will try it.How about don’t use it.But Paul believed he found a miracle cure and decided it even could help with his skin information. So I started putting the stuff on my face.How did you apply it to your face?Just cotton ball, swap it.Swapped it.Paul believes that he’ll be fine if he hadn’t put the silver directly on his face. But medical experts believe the damage was aly done.Paul turned blue because he ingested and applied elemental silver. It got into his blood stream and then was deposited in his skin as brown particles and when you see those particles through the skin they appear to be grey or blue grey.Doctors suspect that it is not just his skin that’s changed color; his internal organs are mostly likely also blue.What was your first reaction when you looked in the mirror and saw yourself and realized, woops… I kind of hoped it would, it would fade off, but… But it didn’t. Argyria is permanent 200810/53911 冰岛火山灰云团迫使欧洲空域关闭,近10万架次航班被取消或者延误。国际航空运输协会说,这场危机给航空业造成超过17亿美元的损失,并使已经遭遇困境的航空业雪上加霜。英国航空公司CEO 威利·沃尔什说,空域关闭期间英航每天的损失在2000万美元到3000万美元之间。The closure of airspace over Britain, Northern Europe and Scandinavia is having economic repercussions around the world. It has halted the transport of goods, stranded hundreds of thousands of passengers and dealt a severe economic blow to the airline industry.Nearly 100,000 flights were canceled or delayed as volcanic ash forced the closure of European airspace. The International Air Transport Association says the crisis has cost airlines more than .7 billion and is devastating an aly beleaguered industry.British Airways Chief Executive Willie Walsh says his company lost between million and million a day."My personal belief is that we could have safely continued operation for a period of time," said Walsh. "I think there were occasions when the decision to close airspace could have been justified."Walsh says canceling everything was unnecessary and that after the unprecedented delays and cancelations there will still be complications with air travel."I think to get back to normal levels of operation, from an industry point of view, I think will take weeks," he noted.About 20 percent of airline revenues comes from air freight. Aramex logistics company managing director Jim Armour says the shutdown cost his company about a quarter of its daily revenue. The real problem is the uncertainty he says."If someone said this was going to last for two weeks like a strike, you could make your plans, you could think about what you do with your people. I think the concern is the unknown really," said Armour.Armour says the implications are not just economic."[There are] terrible impacts. [For example,] you want to move blood plasma around and you need it badly, you want to move kidneys around… There [are] some disastrous consequences apart from the economic ones," he explained.Flower growers in Kenya and Israel have had to destroy tons of roses and other flowers that are too wilted to have any economic value. Fruit and vegetable producers have also lost crops that could not travel to Europe. Jo Tanner, with Britain's Freight Transport association says there are lots of untold costs."The impact economically is really difficult to judge at this stage, because we do not know how much has been able to be salvaged, how much extra cost there has been in terms of the contingency planning, so moving stuff to particular hubs by air and then picking up the rest of the journey by road, rail or sea," said Tanner.Airlines are asking European governments for financial and logistical compensation to help alleviate some of their losses. Many businesses will not have the same option and it may take some time before the full economic impact of the volcanic ash cloud is known.201004/102108济南齐鲁医院联系电话济南市妇保医院正规吗

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