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河南省郑州华山整形美容医院臀部吸脂怎么样南阳市鼻翼整形多少钱郑州激光红血丝价格 Apple beyond Steve Jobs The CEO is the heart and soul of Apple Inc. yet he's got a deep management bench from which to choose his eventual successor Apple is undoubtedly one of the most secretive company in the American, may be in the world. There are two secrets that people really want to know the answer to about the Apple right now.One is what is the status of Steve job's health. He had a treatable form of pancreatic cancer four years ago. He says he is got it beaten, but he isn't giving any more details. And he looks thin and gone, and that's got people concerned about his health.The second secret people want to know the answer too is who would replace Steve Jobs. If he would step down the CEO. The most logical candidate is the chief operating officer of Apple, an executive named \ Tim Cook. Not a lot is known about him, he is 48 years old. He is an operations expert. He spent many years at IBM, and He makes the chains run on time at Apple.He is health from fittness enough.He loves the cycle and hike and he is a big fan of Auburn football where he went to school.But it’s not a foregone conclusion that Cook would succeed Jobs. There are other prominent Apple executives who people talk about including Jonathan Cohnthe head of design, Ryan Janson the head of Apple retail stores. And Peter Oppenhemier the company's chief finance officer. None of those candidates however has the same combination of technical engineering chops and business acumen that Cook has.Of course it’s also possible the Apple board could go outside and get somebody completely outside of Apple,but remember before Steve Job's came back to Apple in 1997,the board had gone to an outsider, that didn't work out so well.200811/55958These are of course recessionary times and many of us don't have that much spare cash lying around. But if you are cash poor but gold rich, now buy me the time to cash in. We went down to a very busy pawnbroker to find out what happens to your gold when you bring it here. Hi.(Hello.)Nathan Finch is a council member for Britain's National Association of Pawnbrokers and he is also the boss here at Pickwick. Had you been doing this five years ago, you would've probably got half the amount of money you will get today.Jane Longhurst's getting 170 pounds or around 270 dollars for just under 30 grams of scrap gold. They are broken bits that are sitting. You'd throw them in the bin. But if you can get a little bit of cashback on them. Then it goes towards my grandchildren. So this is just what you brought in today.(Yeah.) Wow, business really is booming.(Yes, it is.) So how do you work out the value of that? So we would take a file and gently scratch the surface.What? If it's fake, it goes... it vanishes. That's just the, that's just the beginning. Then you apply an alkaline solution to it and depending on the reaction of that solution, you will get a different reaction as to whether it's gold or not gold and a different reaction as to the carat. (Okay.) They don't quite stay in brown. And the lower the carat, the more that the brown staying is evident. So now we have this bag, what would you do? Sell it onto the persons that are gonna melt it down?Well, this bag is a process bars. And it is effectively then moved securely to a bullion dealer who would then melt it down. And it would be turned back into bars of gold as it once was. And what should customers be careful of if they're wanting to sell their gold?I think one of the most important thing is that where you're buying from someone who could be a member of a trade association, a trade body. I think they should be busy. It shows that if invented. If you just send your gold straight off in an envelope, you'll be pretty much in a difficult position as far as being able to up the price and barter. Well, if you are face to face, you can get a much fair price in my opinion for that gold.We've probably spent about an hour inside that shop. And during that time, they had over a dozen customers, more than twice the amount they normally have. One business on the British high street that's doing pretty well right now.Diana Magnay, CNN, Dartford, England. 11/89171郑州中心医院纹眉毛多少钱

郑州烧伤整形医院那家好Chinese invest in US homes A group of 40 Chinese investors is looking to place money in the US housing market, CNN's Emily Chang reports.At the Beijing Airport, 40 Chinese investors embark on a mission to open their wallets on the other side of the world and buy a house in the ed States.“The price's right,” says lawyer Yin Guohua. For him, it will be a home away from home, a place to stay on business and quite simply an opportunity to get a deal.“It sounds cheap,” says this business woman, “but I’ll have to see it with my own eyes.”Their journey will take them on a tour of bargain and foreclosure properties from L.A. to Las Vegas, San Francisco, Boston and New York. Yin says he’s been watching the US Housing market for two years. He’s willing to spend up to a million dollars and pay it all at once.“This could be a positive stimulus for the American economy,” he says. He’s a family man who aly owns 3 properties in Beijing. “Our son will have a place to stay when he goes to America for school some day,” his wife says.The house hunting trip is being run by a Chinese real estate brokerage, Soufun.com. The company says it received hundreds of applications for just 40 spots from Chinese eager to invest overseas, but it raised questions: Are the Chinese capitalizing on the misfortune of Americans in the Subprime Mortgage Crisis and is this the start of a dangerous flow of capital out of China when China's own economy is slowing down?“It is still a very, very small fraction of the purchasing power here in China. So I don't think, you know, er, this, er, you know, small group of people, because of their personal interest or their, for whatever reason is going to affect the China's demand for properties.”Foreigners can buy property in the US under fairly simple guidelines, they may have to make a bigger down payment or pay more taxes. And investment experts say China's restrictions on transferring money out of the country are relatively easy to navigate.Yin has his eyes on a few homes in New York and L.A., but like any smart investor, he says he won't make a deal unless it's a good one.Emily Chang, CNN, Beijing.Vocabulary:1. embark on: begin or start (a piece of work, etc.)着手,从事2. bargain: something you buy cheaply or for less than its usual price廉价货3. foreclosure: A situation in which a homeowner is unable to make principal and/or interest payments on his or her mortgage, so the lender, be it a bank or building society, can seize and sell the property as stipulated in the terms of the mortgage contract. 抵押品赎回权的丧失4. brokerage: a business, firm, or company whose business is to act as a broker经纪人(或中间人)业务5. Subprime Mortgage Crisis: an ongoing financial crisis characterized by contracted liquidity in global credit markets and banking systems.次贷危机6. purchasing power: The value of a currency expressed in terms of the amount of goods or services that one unit of money can buy.购买力7. down payment: A type of payment made in cash during the onset of the purchase of an expensive good/service.首付08/82973郑州上街区开眼角多少钱 Bank of England cuts ratesKevin Gyateng of Corporate FX joins CNN to discuss the mortgage crisis in the U.S. and a rate cut from the Bank of EnglandFirst to the Bush plan. Oh, it does seem that it excludes more people than it includes?That's right. I mean that if you look at who the plan's aimed at, it is really borrowers who are, seem to be solvent not more than thirty days behind payment or sixty days throughout the course of the year with regards to their payments. So I think the in(itial), the original indication that it will help about 1.2, or 1, over 1 million subprime borrowers seems to be a bit mislaid if you like. And I think if when the market digests the full implications of the plan, there may be a bit of a reassessment thanks to its reaction to it.Oh, really, so, because we did see the markets rally yesterday. So you think that was just a knee-jerk reaction that we are seeing something.You also, you always see a knee-jerk reaction. I think what the plan did suggest or does suggest is that the actual extent of the subprime fallout from foreclosures. I mean if foreclosures do accelerate through a resetting of mortgage rates. What that's likely to do is put further pressure on house prices which is good for nobody. Home builders or the consumer. So that the initial reaction is to say, hey, this is gonna actually stand that impact and it is seen as er, US positive. I think going forward, as the plan is actually further analyzed. I think the obstacle will be more evident.And here in the UK, we saw interest rates cut yesterday. Now is this also a response to the credit crisis in a way?I think more, it is, the credit crisis has backed a lot of central banks into a corner. I mean there's no doubt within the UK that we are seeing, we have seen a softening picture within the economy house prices are at falling floor three months in a row. I think that the consumer sentiment and consumer activities softened and zoomed out considerably. But I think most analysts were really expecting the Bank of England to start their interest rate cutting cycle towards the, at the start of next year. So to see the move this early does suggest that the credit market impact is, was a big factor.It's one of the reasons that perhaps brought it forward a little bit.Definitely, I mean , I think you can't discount the impact of the Northern Rock, er, fiasco. The Bank of England was, has been one of the least active in terms of providing liquidity in the face of this credit turmoil so, I think they don't want to give the impression that they weren't sensitive to what was going on in the banking sector.Now to be proactive . And of course speaking of interest rates, what's gonna happen with the FED next week.Well, I think a 25 basis point cut is being pretty priced in by the market and analysts have been, increasingly have been talking about a 50, 50 basis point cut. I think if you look at the situation in the US, we are still seeing little evidence from the actual real economy to justify rate cuts. All of these responses are definitely related to the credit market and what's happening within the financial sector. I think if we see a 25 basis point cut from the dollar's point of view because it has been pretty priced in. I don't see that as a dollar negative mood whereas if we do see a 50 basis point cut next week, that could lend a bit of pressure against the dollar.Notes:Fiasco: A complete failureKnee-jerk reaction: an automatic response02/62180河南附属医院去胎记多少钱

郑州第一人民医院隆鼻多少钱U.S. unemployment dipped below 9 percent last month, as private employers added the most jobs since April. The U.S. Labor Department released its monthly employment report Friday, showing the U.S. economy picked up a net total of 192,000 jobs in February. That brings the U.S. jobless rate to 8.9 percent - the lowest in nearly two years and another sign that the US recovery is picking up steam.美国私人企业就业率上个月的增幅创下去年4月份以来的最高水平,全国失业率因此下降到9%以下。美国劳工部4号发布的就业报告,显示美国就业今年2月净增加19万2千份,同月失业率因此降到8.9%,几乎是两年来的最低水平。这再次显示,美国经济正在加快复苏。In the Midwestern state of Wisconsin - another sign of the improving economy. The Oshkosh Corporation is hiring 750 workers to service its military contracts. For the 2,500 applicants competing for those jobs, it's a welcome glimmer of hope.美国中西部的威斯康辛州就出现了经济好转的迹象。美国豪士科集团公司(Oshkosh Corp)正在增聘750人,为公司承担的国防合同提供务。这些职位共有2500人申请,他们对这次招聘抱有很大的希望。One man in Wisconsin said, "Fourteen years in the paper industry and a little bit in between there, and now I've hopefully got a new start."一位申请者说:“我在造纸业连续干了14年,以后也干了一点。我现在希望能够重新开始。我对此感到兴奋。”最新的就业数据印了他的感觉。And the latest job numbers support his optimism. Private employers added 222,000 jobs last month, bringing the nation's unemployment rate to its lowest level since April . 美国私人企业上个月增加了22万2千份就业,将全国失业率降到年4月以来的最低水平。Wells Fargo chief economist John Silva said it shows that companies are more confident about a sustained U.S. recovery. "It was nice to see the unemployment rate down a little bit. It was good to see that most of the job growth was in fact in the private sector. I think those are all good signs telling us that we have sustained economic growth and a better labor market."美国富国(Wells Fargo)首席经济学家席尔瓦(John Silva)说,这显示美国企业对美国经济的持续复苏增强了信心。他说:“失业率下降了一些是好消息,大部分就业增长实际来自私人企业也是好消息。我认为,这些都显示,国家经济复苏正在持续,劳工就业市场状况好转。”201103/127452 Afghanistan-Iraq Balance to Be High on Obama Agenda奥巴马将平衡伊拉克和阿富汗问题  President-elect Barack Obama has said that very soon after his inauguration on Tuesday he will meet with top U.S. military leaders to discuss priorities. During the election campaign he said he would give the military a new mission in Iraq. But priorities have changed since then and now the meeting may focus more on Afghanistan, where Mr. Obama is expected to implement a troop increase that President Bush promised. 美国当选总统奥巴马说,星期二就职之后,他将很快会见美国军事负责人,讨论首要任务。在竞选过程中他曾经表示,将给驻伊拉克美军新的任务。不过从那时到现在,一些优先事项已经改变,现在讨论的重点可能更多是阿富汗问题。奥巴马预计将会履行布什总统的承诺,向阿富汗增兵。The president-elect had said he wanted most U.S. combat troops out of Iraq within 16 months of his inauguration. But late last year, the Bush administration signed an agreement with Iraq that takes a different approach, requiring the removal of U.S. combat troops from Iraqi cities by June, and the withdrawal of all U.S. troops from the entire country by the end of 2011. 奥巴马曾表示,希望大部分美军作战部队在他就职之后16个月内从伊拉克撤出。但去年底布什政府与伊拉克签署的一项协议与此不同,协议要求美军作战部队今年6月前撤出伊拉克城市,在2011年底前全部撤出伊拉克。It is not clear exactly what orders Obama will give, but he has said he will listen to the concerns of top military officers before making any final decisions.  目前还不清楚奥巴马将下达什么样的命令,但他说过他将会聆听军方高层官员所关切的问题,然后再作出最后决定。One of the main concerns he will hear relates to Afghanistan, where the U.S. commander has asked for 14,000 more combat troops and several thousand more support troops. The new president's appointee for Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Michele Flournoy, was asked about that at her Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday. "I actually think the intent of both President-elect Obama and (Defense) Secretary (Robert) Gates is to move as quickly as possible. I have not yet been briefed on the details in terms of what would be required to do that. But I do believe that in principle we should be moving as quickly as possible," she said. 他将听到军方关切的一个主要问题涉及阿富汗。美军指挥官已经要求在阿富汗增加1万4000名作战部队以及数千名援部队。新总统提名的主管政策的国防部副部长米歇尔·弗卢努瓦在星期四的参议院任命听当中,被问到这个问题。她说:“实际上,我认为当选总统奥巴马以及国防部长盖茨希望尽快快行动。我还没有听取有关行动细节的简报。但我相信,在原则上,我们应该越快行动越好。”But Pentagon officials say moving quickly to add troops in Afghanistan means reducing troop numbers in Iraq. General David Petraeus, the former U.S. commander in Iraq who now has responsibility for the entire Middle East and Central Asia region, says he, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker and the new U.S. Iraq commander, General Ray Odierno, believe the ed States needs to be careful about removing troops from Iraq too quickly. "The ambassador and General Odierno and I have reminded everyone, it is our view that the progress does remain fragile. It does remain reversible," he said. 但五角大楼官员说,快速在阿富汗增军,意味着减少驻伊拉克部队的人数。前驻伊美军司令、现在掌管整个中东与中亚地区的彼得雷乌斯将军说,他、美国驻伊拉克大使克罗克,以及现任驻伊美军最高指挥官奥迪耶诺,都认为美国在迅速从伊拉克撤军问题上应当谨慎行事。彼得雷乌斯说:“大使、奥迪耶诺将军和我提请所有人注意,我们现在取得得进展还很脆弱,依旧有可能被逆转。”And some experts warn against adding too many foreign troops to Afghanistan. Among them is Zbigniew Brzezinski, a professor at Johns Hopkins University who was President Jimmy Carter's national security adviser in the 1970s when the Soviet Union invaded and occupied Afghanistan. "This runs the risk of gradually turning the Afghan population against our efforts. The enterprise thus, paradoxically, is turning in the direction painfully reminiscent of what the Soviets experienced," he said. 有些专家则对向阿富汗增派太多外国部队提出警告,其中包括约翰霍普金斯大学教授布热津斯基。1970年代前苏联侵占阿富汗期间,他是卡特总统的国家安全顾问。布热津斯基说:“这有可能使阿富汗人逐渐转为反对我们的努力。矛盾的是,这种冒险的做法有可能让我们重蹈当年苏联的痛苦覆辙。”Brzezinski says any troop increases should be relatively small, and focused on particular problem areas in Afghanistan, where Taliban insurgents who support the country's former government have been particularly active in recent months. 布热津斯基认为,任何增兵都应该是小规模的,并且专注于阿富汗境内特别有问题的地区,也就是近几个月来,持前政府的塔利班激进分子特别活跃的地区。Michele Flournoy says the Obama Administration will be careful in implementing the expected troop increase. "The key principle is to shift the emphasis, but to do so in a very responsible manner," she said. 弗卢努瓦表示,奥巴马政府在增军问题上会谨慎行事。她说:“主要原则是改变重点,但以非常负责任的态度来这样做。”Aside from troop numbers, civilian and military officials agree there needs to be a strong parallel effort to improve Afghanistan's economy and the quality of its government, and to end corruption and fight the narcotics trade. And many experts, including Zbigniew Brzezinski and General Petraeus have called for local political accommodation, perhaps even with reconcilable elements of the Taliban. 除了部队的规模,文职与军方官员一致同意,应当同步改善阿富汗的经济和政府质量,杜绝腐败,打击毒品交易。包括布热津斯基以及彼得雷乌斯将军在内的许多专家,都呼吁当地各政治派别之间实现妥协,甚至与塔利班当中的温和派合作。That kind of strategy worked in Iraq, where General Petraeus engineered a series of agreements with previously hostile tribal leaders. Petraeus is quick to point out that Iraq and Afghanistan are very different, but he also says many of the approaches he used successfully in Iraq will likely work in Afghanistan. Among them are the needs to establish better security, provide government services, put military and police posts out among the people and to get local residents involved in providing for their own security. "The lines of operation exist. The question is how to achieve greater unity of effort among all of the different partners in this effort, and with our Afghan partners as well," he said. 这种策略在伊拉克取得了效果。彼得雷乌斯将军当时推动好几个原本相互敌对的部落领导人签订一连串的协议。但他很快指出,伊拉克与阿富汗非常不同,不过许多他在伊拉克用过、并且成功的方法,可能在阿富汗也行得通,其中包括需要建立更好的安全环境,提供政府务,把军方与警方驻点在民众当中,以及让当地民众参与提供自身安全。彼得雷乌斯说:“行动方向是有的。问题在于如何使所有不同伙伴、包括阿富汗伙伴的努力更加协调一致。”That concept of "unity of effort" is frequently mentioned but difficult to implement, particularly in Afghanistan, where more than 40 nations provide troops and assistance. “行动一致”这个概念经常被提及,但实施起来很困难,尤其在阿富汗,因为那里有超过40多个国家提供的军队与援助。The White House and the Pentagon recently completed reviews of the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan, and delivered them to the Obama Transition Team. The top U.S. military officer, Admiral Mike Mullen, said in December he did not expect any major strategy change. "At this point, anyway, I don't expect any radical changes. I think emphasis is going to be important. Clearly, we'll see where we go with a new administration with respect to that, and clearly part of the discussion will be how the strategy gets resourced," he said. 白宫和五角大楼最近完成了对美国在阿富汗战略的审议,并且审议报告提交给了奥巴马的过渡班子。美国最高军事官员麦克.马伦去年12月曾表示,他不认为会出现重大的战略改变。马伦说:“在现阶段,我并不期待任何重大的改变。重点很重要。显然,在这个问题上,我们要看新政府将如何去做,很明显,讨论的部分内容将是如何为这个策略划拨资金。”Like other military officers and civilian officials, Admiral Mullen says the Afghanistan war will not be won by military power alone, adding that Afghanistan also needs a variety of civilian aid and advice. And the admiral also says the ed States and NATO need a regional approach, taking into account the situation in Pakistan, where Afghan insurgents take refuge, and the role of other nearby countries, including Iran. 就像其他军方和文职官员一样,马伦将军也指出,阿富汗战争无法仅靠军事力量获胜,阿富汗人也需要各种非军事援助和咨询务。马伦还谈到,美国与北约需要采取地区性的做法,考虑阿富汗激进分子藏匿的巴基斯坦的现实,以及包括伊朗在内的周边国家的作用。That kind of regional approach is what General Petraeus is working on in his own Afghanistan strategy review, and he has a 200-member team working on it. His report is expected in February. 彼得雷乌斯将军在他对阿富汗战略的审议当中也涉及这种地区性做法,他有一个200人的团队正在研究这种做法。彼得雷乌斯的报告预计将于2月完成。01/61331郑州狐臭哪个好郑州华山整形美容医院治疗疤痕怎么样




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