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[Homework]【整理】2010-08-18 BBC Audio News

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hundreds of fire continue to burn in several different region of the country including around the captial.But here in Mosco the dense smoke has lifted for the first time in almost a week been replaced by sunshine and then some rain. welcome releive the population which has been suffering from the very high level of pollution but the heat waves continues an expert from two major banks say it's having a severe impact on the country's economy. In particular agriture output , chief economist of HSBC in Mosco said 4 million dollar will be lost as a result of government desicion to stop exporting weight.THat decision was taken after became clear that the third..croper die..because of lack of rain.The extrem climate condition and smoke has also let some factories closing production lines temporarily.This economic cost comes on top of cost in human lives.More than 50 have been killed in the fires while the Mosco the number of people dying everyday is now twice than normal rate due to heat and toxic smoke. all is let anger of authories bothe local and facul...who been accused of not been prepared for this kind of crisis and doing too little and too late

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Hundreds of fires continue to burn in several different regions of the country including around the capital. But here in Moscow, the dense smog has lifted for the first time in almost a week, being replaced by sunshine and then some rain. Welcome relief for the population which has been suffering from the very high levels of pollution.

But the heatwave continues and experts from two major banks say it's having a serious impact on the country's economy – in particular agricultural output.

Alexander Morosov, chief economist of HSBC in Moscow, says four billion dollars will be lost as a result of the government decision to stop exporting wheat. That decision was taken after it became clear that up to a third of this year's crop had died because of the lack of rain.

The extreme weather conditions and smog have also led to some factories closing down production lines temporarily.

This economic cost comes on top of the cost in human lives; more than fifty people have been killed in the fires, while in Moscow the number of people dying every day is now twice the normal rate due to the heat and toxic smog.

All this has led to much anger with the authorities, both local and federal, who have been accused of not being prepared for this kind of crisis and of doing too little too late.
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       Hundeds of fires continues to burn in several different regions of the country,including around the capital.But here in Moscow,the damn smog has lifted for the first time in almost a week,been replaced by sunshine and then some rain.Welcome relief for the population which is suffering from the very high levels of pollution.
    But the heat wave continues.A export from two major banks say it having a serious impact on the country's ecomomy,and particular,agricultural output.**.chief economist of HSBC in Moscow says 4 billion dollars will be lost as a result of the government's decision to stop exporting wheet.That decision is taken after became clear that up to the third of this year's crop had died because of the lack of rain.The extreme weather conditions and smog have also led to some factories closing down production lines temporarily.This economist cost comes on the top of the costs in human lives.
    More than 50 people have been killed in the fires,while in Moscow the number of people died every day is now twice of the normal rate due to the heat and toxic smoke.All this has led to much angers with the authorities both local and federal who have been cued not been prepared for this kind of crisis,and it doing too little,too late.
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Hundreds of fires continue to burn in several different regions of the country including around the capital. But here in Moscow, the dense smog has lifted for the first time in almost a week, being replaced by sunshine and then some rain. Welcome relief for the population which has been suffering from the very high levels of pollution.

But the heat wave continues and experts from two major banks say it's having a serious impact on the country's economy – in particular agricultural output.

XXXXXXXXX, chief economist of HSBC in Moscow, says four billion dollars will be lost as a result of the government decision to stop exporting wheat. That decision was taken after it became clear that up to a third of this year's crop had died because of the lack of rain.

The extreme weather conditions and smog have also led to some factories closing down production lines temporarily.

This economic cost comes on top of the cost in human lives; more than fifty people have been killed in the fires, while in Moscow the number of people dying every day is now twice the normal rate due to the heat and toxic smog.

All this has led to much anger with the authorities, both local and federal, who have been accused of not being prepared for this kind of crisis and of doing too little too late.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-08-18 BBC Audio News

Hundreds of fires continue to burn in several different regions of country including around the catipal.  But here in Moscow, the dense has lifted for the first time in almost a week,being replaced by sunshine and then sun rain.  Welcome relief for population ,which has been suffering from very high levels of pollution.
But the heat wave continues. An expert from 2 xx banks say it has having a serious impacts on the country's economic, in particular, agricultural out put.
XXX ,chief of economist of HSBC in Moscow, says 4,000,000,000 dollar will be lost, as a result of the goverment decision to stop exporting wheat. The decision was taken after it become clear, that up to a third of this year's crop had died because of the lack of rain.
The extreme wheather condition and smog also led to some factories closing down production line temporarily.
This economic cost comes on top of the cost in human lives. More than 15 people has been killed in the fires ,while the Moscow, the number of people is dying every day is now twice the nomal rate due to the heat and toxic smog.
All this is led much anger with the authorities ,both local and federal ,who have accused of not being prepared for this kind of crisis , and was doing too late ,too little.


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[Homework]【整理】2010-08-18 BBC Audio News

Hundreds of fires continue to burn in several different regions of the country, including around the capital.But here in Moscow the dan smoke has lifted for the first time and almost a week,being replaced by sunshine and then some rain.While can belief for the population which's been suffering from the very high level of pollution.But the heat wave continues,experts from the two major banks say it's having a serious impact on the country's economy in particular agricultural output.Alegzadar Molosove, chief economist of HSBC in Moscow,says four billion dollars will be lost as a result of the government's decision to stop exporting wheat.That decision was taken after become clear that two thirds of the year's crop died because of the lack of rain.The extreme weather conditions and smoke have also led some factories closing down the production lines temporarily.This economic cost comes on top of the cost in human lives.More than fifty people've been killed in the fires,while in Moscow a number of people are dying every day,is now twice the normal rate due to the heat and toxic smoke.All this's led too much anger with the authorities both local and federal who've been accused of not being prepared for this kind of crises and of doing too little too late.






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Hundreds of fire continue to burn in several different regions of the country including around the capital.But here in Moscow the dense smoke has left for the first in almost the week ,replace by sunshine and then sunrise.we all can believe for the population which has been * from very high levels population.but the heat wave continues ,and expects from two * say it is having a serious effect in the country economy *  output.* chief economic * of Moscow said four billion dollars will be lost as result of government decision to stop export weight .  That decision was taken after became clear * this year cause of die because of lack of rain.extreme weather conditions and smoke * the * production live temper *,this economic cost comes on top of the cost in human lives ,more than 50 people has been killed in the fires while in Moscow the number of people die everyday, it is now twice in normal rate due to the heat and * smoke. * much angry with authorities by * ,it was been killed not prepared for this kind of crisis ,and doing too little and too late .
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Hundreds of fires continue to burn in several different regions of the country, including around the capital. But here in Moscow that dam  smoke has lifted for the first time in almost a week, being replaced by sunshine and then some rain. Welcome belief from the population which has been suffering from the very high levels of pollution. But the heat wave continues, and experts from two major banks, say it's having a most serious impacts on the country's economy, in particular agricultural output. Alexandra   , chief economist of HASBC in Moscow, says four billion dollars will be lost as result of the government decision, to stop exporting weat. That's decision was taken after it became clear, that up to a third of this year's crop had  died, because of the lack of rain. The extreme weather conditions and smoke, have also led to some factories closing down production lines temporarily. This economic cost comes  on top of the cost in human lives, more than 15 people have been killed in the fires, while in Moscow the number of people dying every day, is now twice than normal rates, due to the heat and toxic smoke. All is led    to much    anger of the authorities, both local and  , who have been killed of not being prepared for this kind of crisis, and they're doing too little, too late.
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