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[英伦广角] 【整理】 Issue 138 白宫174亿元急救汽车两巨头

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US Car Giants Accept Bailout


America's three big car manufacturers have been offered a multi-billion dollar bailout from the US Government. Chrysler and General Motors have accpeted a share of $17bn in loans to save them from collapse. Sky's Lisa Holland reports



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【整理】 Issue 138 ---jeanneleaf

 

America's Big Three car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly, but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Parked at the "Last Chance Saloon"  the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4-billion-dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrap heap.


"My economic advisers believe in such a collapse would deal an unacceptably painful blow to hardworking Americans, far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.


But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of March next year, proving they're economically viable. They’ll have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right to go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr. Bush was on TV once more--This time to accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office.


"I just expected there would be a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging.”


He had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry, because it would be too late by the time Barack Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step. “The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of tomorrow.”


Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of the pot of 700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up  Wall Street instead.

 
Mica Holland sky news.

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 jeanneleaf 于 2009-1-24 13:57 编辑 ]

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America's three big car cock(删) companies employed a quarter of million people directly ,but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tight to the industry. Perhaps the last chance to through,the country's manufacturers have been given a 17.4 dollar billion bailout by GeorgeBush to save them from the scrape     \\\\\\\\\\\
     A economic adviser Adel just believed such a collapse will deal an unacceptably really painful blow.The hardworking Americans are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen we the job market and exacerbate  the finacial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.
     But the baliout comes with conditions . The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the (删)March next year,proving the economic reliable.

They have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses,and have been told the purse* must be limitd.and the US government would have right to go through the books at any time ,challenging that business independence.
    Shortly after annoucing the bailout,Mr bush was on TV once more. This time he tried to accept his traditional portrait  given to the president about to leaval office.
    I just expected there would be good such a cram,once the world got out about my hanging.he had made it clear he would be the one to hang the car industry out to dry,because it was too late by the time for Barak Obama takes over.

    Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step.The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin the long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and  millions of American jobs that depend on it. We are also creating a few cars of tomorrow,
   Ford has said it hopes to get by without government's help,but contravesely,the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was suppoed to prosper Wall street instead.

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America's big three car cock companies employee cut in million people directly ,but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tight to the industry, perhaps the last chance to through, the country's most manufacturers have been given 174 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from collapsing.
 

My economic advisor believes that such a collapse would deal an acceptably painful blow, the hardworking Americans are far beyond the auto industry, it would also weak at job market, we \ and exactly make the financial crisis. It can send our suffered economy to a deeper and longer recession.

But the bailout comes with conditions ,the car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving the economic viable, they have to access limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the / such as school projects must be eliminated, and the US government would have right to go through their books at any time , challenging their  business independence,
    

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr. bush was on TV once more, this time he tried to accept the traditional portray given to the president about to leave office.    

I just expected there would be a good such / , once the world got out about my hanging. He had made it clear, he wouldn’t be the one to hung the car industry out to dry, because it will be too late by the time for Barack Obama takes over. Mr. Obama described the package as a necessary step.

 

The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin the long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and the millions of American jobs that depend on it. We are also creating a few cars tomorrow,
  

Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of partial 700 billion dollars which is supposed to prop up the Wall Street instead.

 

/ Sky News.

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America's three big car companies employed a quarter of million people directly ,but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tight to the industry. Perhaps the last chance, the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrape  
     
A economic adviser Adel just believed such a collapse will deal an unacceptably painful blow.The hardworking Americans are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.
     But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving
that economically viable.

They have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as ** must be eliminated. and the US government would have right to go through that books at any time ,challenging that business independence.
    Shortly after
announcing the bailout, Mr Bush was on TV once more. This time he tried to accept his traditional portrait given to president about to leave office.
    I just expected there would be
a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging. he had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry,because it was too late by the time for Barak Obama takes over.

    Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step.The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it. We are also creating the few ** cars of tomorrow,
   Ford has said it hopes to get by without government's help, but contraversely, the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was supposed to
prop up Wall Street instead.

 

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America's three big car companies employed a quarter of a million people directly ,but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Passed at the last chance alone, the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrapie

 

"My economic adviser Adel just believed such a collapse will deal an unacceptably painful blow to \\ hardworking Americans are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving they're economically viable. They have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. and the US government would have right to go through threir books at any time ,challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr Bush was on TV once more. This time he tried to accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office.

 

"I just expected there would be a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging. "

 

he had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry,because it would be too late by the time for Barak Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step.The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficent cars of tomorrow.

 

 Ford has said it hopes to get by without government's help, but contraversely, the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up Wall Street instead.

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America's three big car companies employed a quarter of a million people directly ,but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Passed at the last chance alone, the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrapie

 

"My economic adviser Adel just believed such a collapse will deal an unacceptably painful blow to \\ hardworking Americans are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving they're economically viable. They’ll have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. and the US government would have right to go through their books at any time ,challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr Bush was on TV once more. This time to accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office.

 

"I just expected there would be a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging. "

 

he had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry, because it would be too late by the time for Barak Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step. The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of tomorrow.

 

 Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up Wall Street instead.

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America' s three big car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly. But it's believed one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Part of the last chance alone, the country’s motor manufacturers has been given a 17.4 billion dollars bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrappy(?).



"Our economic advisors // believes such collapse would deal with the unacceptably painful blow to hard-working Americans far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen the weak job market and the disaster that made the financial crisis. It could send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay their loans by the end of March next year proving that they are   economically viable. They have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses and have been told that perks such corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing bailout Mr. Bush was on TV once more, this time to accept the traditional portraits given to presidents about to leave office.

 

"I suspected there will be a good sign to cry on, once the work got out about my hanging"

 

He had made it clear he wouldn't be the one to hang with car industries out dry, because it would be too late by the time Barak Obama takes over. Mr. Obama describes the package as a necessary step.

 

"The other companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin the long term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry in millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of tomorrow."

 

Ford had said it hoped to get by without government's help. But controversially the government is using part of the 700 billion dollars, which was supposedly to prop up the Wall Street instead.

 

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America’s big three car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly. But it's believed one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Part of the last chance alone, the country’s motor manufacturers has been given a 17.4 billion dollars bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrappy(混乱状态).

"Our economic advisors just believe such collapse would deal with the unacceptably painful blow to hard-working Americans far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen the weak job market and the disaster that made the financial crisis. It could send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay their loans by the end of March next year proving that they are economically viable. They have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses and have been told that perks such corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing bailout Mr. Bush was on TV once more, this time to accept the traditional portraits given to presidents about to leave office.

 

"I suspected there will be a good sign to cry on, once the work got out about my hanging"

 

He had made it clear he wouldn't be the one to hang the car industries out dry, because it would be too late by the time Barak Obama takes over. Mr. Obama describes the package as a necessary step.

 

"The other companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin the long term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry in millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of tomorrow."

 

Ford had said it hoped to get by without government's help. But controversially the government is using part of the 700 billion dollars, which was supposedly to prop up the Wall Street instead.

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America's Big Three car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly, but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Passed at the last chance alone, the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrappy

 

"My economic advisers just believed that such a collapse would deal an unacceptably painful blow to hardworking Americans, are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving they're economically viable. They’ll have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right to go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr. Bush was on TV once more. This time to accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office.

 

"I just expected there would be a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging.”

 

He had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry, because it would be too late by the time for Barack Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step. The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of tomorrow.

 

 Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up Wall Street instead.

 

Mica Holland sky news.

 

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America's Big Three car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly, but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Passed at the last chance

 alone, the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrap heap(支离破碎的乱堆)

 

"My economic advisers believed that such a collapse would deal an unacceptably painful blow to hardworking Americans, are far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen 

our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession. 

 

But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving they're economically viable.

 They’ll have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right to 

go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence. 

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr. Bush was on TV once more. This time to try accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office. 

 

"I just expected there would be a good sign as cry on, once the world got out about my hanging.”

 

He had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry, because it would be too late by the time for Barack Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described 

the package as a necessary step. “The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of

 tomorrow.”

 

 Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of the part 700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up

 Wall Street instead.

 

Mica Holland sky news.

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US’s big three car companies employed a quarter 1 million people directly, but it is believed 1 in 10 jobs in US are tied to the industry.

Parks the last chance solute, car manufacturer have been given 17.4 billion $ bailout by Geordge bush to save them from scrape.

Economic advisor believe such collaps will deal unacceptable painful blow, to hard work America far beyond the industry, it would worse our job market, the exaster the bit finicial crisis, send our  suffering economy to a depper and longer recession.

But the bailout comes with condions, the car company should show they can pay back then money by Mar 2009, through the economic eviable,

Xx limites on salaries and bonuses,

And us government have right to go to that book at any time, change that business independence.

Shortly after the announcement of the bailout, the Bush was on TV once more, this time just xx the portrait given to president about the legal face.

As expected, it was a good size crane, one the world get out of my haning.

He had make it clear he would not be the one to hang the industry out to dry, because it will too late the Obama takes over, Mr. Obama describe the package as necessary xx.

Our economy should not xxx chance to xx bad management practices, being the long term reconstructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry that create a million America jobs, but indepenetly also create fuel efficiecy cars tomorrow,

Ford has said it hoped to get bailout without government help, but contraversal the government is using part of 700 billion which was suppose to pump WallStreet instead.

 

Sky news,

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America's Big Three car companies employ a quarter of a million people directly, but it's believed that one in ten jobs in the US are tied to the industry. Parked at the "Last Chance Saloon"[used as a metaphor]  the country's motor manufacturers have been given a 17.4 billion dollar bailout by George Bush to save them from the scrap heap(支离破碎的乱堆)


 


"My economic at large believed (to be) in such a collapse would deal an unacceptably painful blow to hardworking Americans, / far beyond the auto industry. It would worsen our weak job market and exacerbate the financial crisis. It can send our suffering economy into a deeper and longer recession.


 


But the bailout comes with conditions. The car companies must show they can repay the loans by the end of the March next year, proving they're economically viable. They’ll have to accept limits on salaries and bonuses, and have been told the perks such as corporate jets must be eliminated. And the US government will have the right to go through their books at any time, challenging their business independence.

 

Shortly after announcing the bailout, Mr. Bush was on TV once more--This time to /  accept the traditional portrait given to presidents about to leave office.


 


"I just suspect there would be a good-sized crowd, once the world got out about my hanging.”


 


He had made it clear he wouldn’t be the one to hang the car industry out to dry, because it would be too late by the time for Barack Obama takes over. Mr .Obama described the package as a necessary step. “The auto companies must not squander this chance to reform bad management practices and begin a long-term restructuring that is absolutely necessary to save this critical industry and millions of American jobs that depend on it, while also creating the fuel efficient cars of  tomorrow.”


 


 Ford has said it hopes to get by without government help, but controversially, the government is using part of the pot of [(infml 口) large sum; a lot of money 大量; 大笔钱]700 billion dollars which was supposed to prop up  Wall Street instead.


 


Mica Holland sky news.

 

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