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呼和浩特第一医院割包皮多少钱内蒙古省呼和浩特首大医院挂号President Bush Discusses Economy THE PRESIDENT: Today's job data reflects the fact that our economy is in a recession. This is in large part because of severe problems in our housing, credit, and financial markets, which have resulted in significant job losses. I'm concerned about our workers who have lost jobs during this downturn, and I'm -- as we work to -- as we work to address the problems of this economy, we've extended unemployment insurance benefits to those who have lost their jobs during this downturn. We are focusing on the root causes of the economic downturn in order to return our economy to health. The most urgent issue facing the economy is the problem in the credit markets. Businesses and consumers need access to credit at affordable rates to spend and invest. And so we're working to stabilize the markets and make credit more affordable and available. We're working with the Federal Reserve and FDIC, and credit is beginning to move. A market that was frozen is thawing. There's still more work to do. But there are some encouraging signs. A root cause of the slowdown is housing, and so we continue to take actions that will avoid preventable foreclosures and speed a return to a healthy housing market. Interest rates help the housing market recover, and interest rates, mortgage rates, are going down. And plus there's a number of programs in place to help Americans stay in their homes, to limit the preventable foreclosures. I am concerned about the viability of the automobile companies. I'm concerned about those who work for the automobile companies and their families. And likewise, I am concerned about taxpayer money being provided to those companies that may not survive. Put out a detailed plan recently that uses money that Congress appropriated last fall for the auto industry -- money that can be used so long as the companies make hard choices on all aspects of their business to prove that they can not only survive but thrive. It is important that Congress act next week on this plan. And it's important to make sure that taxpayers' money be paid back if any is given to the companies. It's going to take time for all the actions we have taken to have their full impact. But I am confident that the steps we're taking will help fix the problems in our economy and return it to strength. My administration is committed to ensuring that our economy succeeds. And I know the incoming administration shares the same commitment. Thank you very much. 参考中文翻译:今天的就业数据表明我们的经济正在衰退。大部分原因是房地产,信贷和金融市场引发了大规模的失业。我很担忧在经济下滑中失去工作的工人。当我们公布经济中存在的问题时,我们已经对经济低迷中失业的人扩大了失业保险范围。为了使经济恢复正常,我们集中精力寻找经济危机的根源。我们的经济面临的最紧要的问题是信贷市场。企业和消费者需要得到利率合适的贷款来消费和投资。所以,我们正致力于稳定信贷市场,使大家可以得到贷款。我们已经与联邦储蓄和FDIC团结一致努力工作,信贷市场开始好转。冻结了市场也开始活动。还有很多工作要做,但是也有一些鼓舞人心的信号。经济下滑的根源是房产市场,所以我们继续采取措施,尽量避免可预防的房产没收,加速房产市场恢复健康。利率帮助房产市场恢复,利率,贷款利率都会降低。另外,还有一系列项目即将到位,帮助美国人保护自己的家园,避免可预防的房屋没收。我很担心汽车公司的生存能力,我也很担心那些在汽车公司就职的人和他们的家人。同时,我担心纳税人的钱被提供给那些无法生存的公司。最近,国会出台了详细的计划以帮助急剧下滑的汽车行业。这些钱可以提供给这些公司,但是他们必须全力以赴的明我们的决策是正确的,他们不仅要生存下去,而且必须繁荣起来。我们所采取的措施要全面发挥作用需要一定的时间。但是我有信心,我们所采取的措施一定能够解决经济中的问题,恢复经济实力。我的政府承诺,我们的经济一定会再创辉煌。我知道,即将上任的新政府也会向大家保这一点。200812/58077呼和浩特清水河县早孕检查哪家医院最好的 呼和浩特市中医医院男科

赛罕区治疗不孕不育多少钱President Bush Participates in Roundtable on Mentoring Children of Prisoners InitiativeTHE PRESIDENT:I am thankful that you all have come to talk to me about a very important initiative, and it's a mentoring program aimed at helping children of people who are incarcerated. I set a goal for the country that from 2003 until 2008 that we'd have 100,000 such matches with adults combined with a child who could use some love. And I'm pleased that as of September we've exceeded that goal. And I want to thank you all for being a part of a program that hopefully is bringing hope to people's lives. I think it is. First of all, I want to thank Stacey, Julia, and Destiney for sharing their stories, and I wish you all the best. I hope you -- you're -- I know you're appreciative that Joe, Melissa, and Emilee have taken time out of their lives to help you. I am hopeful that somebody who watches this show, watches this program, realizes that they can make a difference in a child's life; that it doesn't take much. Oh, it takes some time, it takes a little bit of extra love, but by helping a child, you can really help the country. You help yourself by loving, but you help America -- one heart, one soul at a time. So, Chuck, thank you for your hospitality. The Youth Focus program here in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a part of Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Big Brothers and Big Sisters have provided the mentors to these three youngsters. These youngsters got ambitions and goals. They want to go to college. They want to make a difference. And I suspect that the mentors will be anxiously following the career of someone who they have -- they've been able to help. And so thank you all for coming. God bless you, and good luck to you. 参考中文翻译:总统:非常感谢你们都跟我说这是一个很重要的首创,这是一个帮助被禁闭在监狱中的人的孩子的指导项目。我制定了一个目标,从2003年到2008年之间,能够让10万对成年人和孩子结成对子,让这些孩子可以得到一点爱。我很高兴,到9月份为止我们已经超过了这个目标。我要感谢所有的人成为这个可能改变人们的生活的项目的一部分。我认为是这样的。首先,我想感谢Stacey, Julia和Destiney跟我们分享他们的故事,希望你们都一切平安。我希望你们——你们确实也做到了——我知道你们很感激Joe, Melissa和Emilee从他们的生活中抽出时间来帮助你们。我希望看到这个节目,看到这个项目的人都能意识到他们可以为改变孩子的生活贡献一份力量;这并不需要太多,只需要一点时间,只需要一点爱,但是通过帮助一个孩子,你确实也在帮助国家。你用爱来帮助自己,但是帮助美国——必须同时全心全意。所以,Chuck,感谢你的友好。北卡罗莱纳州格林斯罗的青年聚焦节目是Big Brothers and Big Sisters的一部分。Big Brothers and Big Sisters给这三个年轻人提供了指导者。这三个年轻人现在有了理想和目标,他们想去读大学。他们希望做出改变。我怀疑指导者们会迫不及待地加入这个他们曾经帮助——他们能够提供帮助的职业。感谢各位的到来。上帝保佑你们,祝你们好运。200812/57789呼和浩特治疗早泄比较最好的医院 mp4视频下载 Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly AddressSaturday, April 4, In this new century, we live in a world that has grown smaller and more interconnected than at any time in history. Threats to our nation’s security and economy can no longer be kept at bay by oceans or by borders drawn on maps. The terrorists who struck our country on 9/11 plotted in Hamburg, trained in Kandahar and Karachi, and threaten countries across the globe. Cars in Boston and Beijing are melting ice caps in the Arctic that disrupt weather patterns everywhere. The theft of nuclear material from the former Soviet Union could lead to the extermination of any city on earth. And reckless speculation by bankers in New York and London has fueled a global recession that is inflicting pain on workers and families around the world and across America.The challenges of our time threaten the peace and prosperity of every single nation, and no one nation can meet them alone. That is why it is sometimes necessary for a President to travel abroad in order to protect and strengthen our nation here at home. That is what I have done this week.I began my trip by attending a summit of the G20 – the countries that represent the world’s largest economies – because we know that the success of America’s economy is inextricably linked to that of the global economy. If people in other countries cannot spend, that means they cannot buy the goods we produce here in America, which means more lost jobs and more families hurting. Just yesterday, we learned that we lost hundreds of thousands more jobs last month, adding to the millions we’ve lost since this recession began. And if we continue to let banks and other financial institutions around the world act recklessly and irresponsibly, that affects institutions here at home as credit dries up, and people can’t get loans to buy a home or car, to run a small business or pay for college.Ultimately, the only way out of a recession that is global in scope is with a response that is global in coordination. That is why I’m pleased that after two days of careful negotiation, the G20 nations have agreed on a series of unprecedented steps that I believe will be a turning point in our pursuit of a global economic recovery. All of us are now moving aggressively to get our banks lending again. All of us are working to spur growth and create jobs. And all of us have agreed on the most sweeping reform of our financial regulatory framework in a generation – reform that will help end the risky speculation and market abuses that have cost so many people so much.I also met this past week with the leaders of China and Russia, working to forge constructive relationships to address issues of common concern, while being frank with each other about where we disagree. President Hu and I agreed that the link between China’s economy and ours is of great mutual benefit, and we established a new Strategic and Economic Dialogue between the U.S. and China. President Medvedev and I discussed our shared commitment to a world without nuclear weapons, and we signed a declaration putting America and Russia on the path to a new treaty to further reduce our nuclear arsenals. Tomorrow, I will lay out additional steps we must take to secure the world’s loose nuclear materials and stop the sp of these deadly weapons.Finally, I met yesterday with our NATO allies and asked them for additional civilian support and assistance for our efforts in Afghanistan. That is where al Qaeda trains, plots, and threatens to launch their next attack. And that attack could occur in any nation, which means that every nation has a stake in ensuring that our mission in Afghanistan succeeds.As we have worked this week to find common ground and strengthen our alliances, we have not solved all of our problems. And we have not agreed on every point or every issue in every meeting. But we have made real and unprecedented progress – and will continue to do so in the weeks and months ahead.Because in the end, we recognize that no corner of the globe can wall itself off from the threats of the twenty-first century, or from the needs and concerns of fellow nations. The only way forward is through shared and persistent efforts to combat fear and want wherever they exist. That is the challenge of our time. And if we move forward with courage and resolve, I am confident that we will meet this challenge.Thank you.04/66330巴彦淖尔妇幼保健人民中心医院前列腺炎多少钱

赤峰市第一人民妇幼中医院月经不调多少钱 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTON -H1N1 NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSERose Garden2:13 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. Before I say a few words about the meeting we just had I'd like to mention some good news that came out today about our economy. For the first time in 18 months, our manufacturing sector has expanded, and the statistics used to measure manufacturing output is the highest it's been in over two years.This means greater production of transportation equipment like cars, and electronic equipment like computers and appliances, and it means these companies are starting to invest more and produce more, and it is a sign that we're on the path to economic recovery.There's no doubt that we have a long way to go, and I and the other members of this administration will not let up until those Americans who are looking for jobs can find them. But this is another important sign that we're heading in the right direction, and that the steps we've taken to bring our economy back from the brink are working.Now, we just had a good meeting about our ongoing efforts to prepare this country for the H1N1 flu virus this fall. And I want to thank John Brennan, our CDC Director Tom Frieden, and Secretaries Sebelius, Napolitano, Duncan, and Locke, for all the good work that they've been doing to get us y today.As I said when we saw the first cases of this virus back in the spring, I don't want anybody to be alarmed, but I do want everybody to be prepared. We know that we usually get a second, larger wave of these flu viruses in the fall, and so response plans have been put in place across all levels of government. Our plans and decisions are based on the best scientific information available, and as the situation changes, we will continue to update the public.We're also making steady progress on developing a safe and effective H1N1 flu vaccine, and we expect a flu shot program will begin soon. This program will be completely voluntary, but it will be strongly recommended.For all that we do in the federal government, however, every American has a role to play in responding to this virus. We need state and local governments on the front lines to make antiviral medications and vaccines available, and be y to take whatever steps are necessary to support the health care system. We need hospitals and health care providers to continue preparing for an increased patient load, and to take steps to protect health care workers. We need families and businesses to ensure that they have plans in place if a family member, a child, or a co-worker contracts the flu and needs to stay home.And most importantly we need everyone to get informed about individual risk factors, and we need everyone to take the common-sense steps that we know can make a difference. Stay home if you're sick. Wash your hands frequently. Cover your sneezes with your sleeve, not your hands. And take all the necessary precautions to stay healthy. I know it sounds simple, but it's important and it works.Finally, for people who want to learn more about this virus, please go to www.flu.gov, or talk to your doctor.I want to commend every member of our team. I think we've done an extraordinary job in preparing for this flu outbreak. We anticipate that there will be some issues coming up over the next several months. The way it's moving is still somewhat unpredictable, but what I'm absolutely confident about is that our team that's assembled here has done an extraordinary job in preparing for whatever may happen.So we appreciate all of you for being here, and I want to publicly again thank you for all your extraordinarily hard work. All right.END 2:18 P.M. EDT09/83239呼和浩特治疗早泄专业的医院呼市妇幼保健医院不孕不育多少钱




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