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when they met earlier this month, both president Obama and Brown look forward to coodinated international action to boost the global ecomony. "what we think priminister Brown and I talked about is how can we coodinate all the G-20 coutries all the major coutries around the world in a coodinated  action , are stimulating their economys."

 

But G-20 gathing in Britan this weekend to prepare for the London summit April hoping a real breakthough of feeding. In light hotted commons the white house spokesman said it needed specific commitments "president will talk to other nations of G-20 about actioning toghether in hopes doing the same without again negociating some specific commitments"

 

Europeans leaders have already set out their goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown's hopes of more borrowing to found further economic stimulus, the Europeans do want banding regulation to make sure banks and // don't gabbler the economic again, but Americans rein says it would make its own rules.

 

"I think they will say I think we will have coodinated regulations we are not going to have a college of  regulators already congress say we're not going to surrender any soveign over our banks to anyother country so that's not going to happen."

 

This meeting was not Obama's idear, president Bush set it out last year and many believe Obama is simply not ready to make big intermational commitment. the new administration has been abssessed by American old economic world yet convicts the maket of home their beating them.

 

in particular gadner chief neogociaters have been heavily critized. his bank bail out a lot, he is still the only senior official of US //because the problems nominating and proving appointment.Official saving is likely to be a double funds avaible to power nations. but if the London summit overall does fail to impress It'll be  to the British government cost even for American a guest blame. 

 

 

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When they met earlier this month, both President Obama and Gordon Brown looked forward to coordinated international action to boost the global economy. One of the things that Prime Minister Brown and I talked about is how can we coordinate so that all the G20 countries, all the major countries around the world in a coordinated fashion are stimulating their economies. But as G20 finance ministers gather in Britain this weekend to prepare for the London summit in April, hopes of a real breakthrough are fading. In lighthearted comments, the White House spokesman said he didn’t expect specific commitments. President will talk to other nations of the G20 about acting together in hopes of doing the same without again negotiating some specific commitment. European leaders have already set out their goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown’s hopes of more borrowing to fund a further economic stimulus. The Europeans do want binding regulations to make sure banks and lenders don’t gamble away the economy again. But America insists it would make its own rules. I think they will say nice things about we have to coordinate regulation but we are not gonna have a college of regulators as EU wants, and already Congress is saying we are not gonna surrender solving the overall banks to any other country. So that’s not gonna happen. This meeting was not Barack Obama’s idea. President Bush set it up last year. And many believe Obama is simply not ready to make big international commitments. The new administration has been obsessed by America’s own economic woes. And they’ve yet to convince the markets at home that they are beating them. In particular, Treasury Secretary Geithner, this weeks’ chief US negotiator has been heavily criticized. His bank bailout flawed and he’s still the only senior official at the US treasury because of problems nominating and approving appointments. A face-saving agreement is likely to be a doubling of IMF funds available to poorer nations. But if the London summit overall does fail to impress, it would be to the British government’s cost, even of America gets the blame. Adam Boulton, Sky news, Washington
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When the man earlier this month both president Obama and Gordon Brown look forward to coordinated international action to both the globally economy .One of the things that the Prime Minister Brown that I talk to about this how can we coordinated that all the G20 countries or the major countries around the world for they coordinated the fashion are stimulate their economies. But as the G20 finance ministers gathering bring this weekend to prepare for the London summit in April hopes they were will breakthrough of fading.In lighthearted commends the White House spokesman said they didn't expect specific commitments.President were talk to other nations of the G20 about adding together in hopes of doing the same without the negotiating some specific commitment. European leaders have already set out their goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown's hopes of more borrowing to the found further economy stimulates.The Europeans do want binding regulations to make sure Banks of London's don't gambler away the ecomony again.But the American resists it were make it's own rules. I think they were say nice things about we have coordinated regulation but we not gonna have a college of regulators as the EU wants and already Congress say we not gonna surrender any sovereignty over our banks to any other country so that's not gonna happen . This meeting was not Barack Obama's idea. President Bush set it up last year and many believed Obama is simply not ready to make big international commitments. The new administration has been obsessed by American's own economic owes and they've yet to conviced the markets at home that their beating them. In particular, Treasury Secretary Geithner this weeks cheif US the negotiator has been heavily criticized, his bank Barack flopped and he still the only senior official in the US treasruy because the problem nominating and approving appointments. A face-saving agreement is likely to been doubling of IMF funds available to poorer nations, but if the London summits overall does failed to impress, it will be to the British government's cost even if American gets to blame Adam Boulton, Sky News, Washington 新手,听的不好,斗胆贴出来,以此激励自己。
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第一次听写英英...实在是... When they met earlier this month, both President Barack Obama and Gorden Brown looked forward to coordinating international action to boost the global economy.

 

One of the things with Prime minister Brown I'd like to talk about is how can we coordinate/ that all the G-20 countries, all the major countries around the world in a coordinated fashion are stimulating their economies.

 

Fast as G-20 finance ministers gathering in Britain this weekend to prepare for the London Summit in April. Hope for a real breakthrough of fading. It // comments the White House spokesman said he did expect specific commitments.

 

The President will talk to other nations of the G-20 about acting together in hopes of doing the same without again negotiating some specific commitment. European leaders have already set up their goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown's hopes of more borrowing to found a further economic stimulus. The Europeans do want banding regulations to make sure banks and lenders don't gamble away the economy again. But American insists it will make its own rules.

 

I think they will think the things about we have to coordinate regulation But we are not gonna have a college of regulators that the EU wants and already congress are saying we are not gonna surrender any sovereignty over our banks to any other countries. So that's not gonna happen. This meeting was not Barack Obama's idea. President Bush set it up last year. And many believe Obama is simply not ready to make big international commitments.

 

The new administration has been obsessed by American's own economic vows. And they've yet to convince markets and homes that they are beating them. In particular, Treasury Secretary Geithner, this week's chief US negotiator, has been heavily criticized. His bank bailout flawed and he is still the only senior official of the US Treasury because of problems nominating and approving appointments.

 

A face-saving agreement is likely to be a doubling of IMF funds available to poor nations. But if the London summit overall does fail to impress, it'll be to the British government's cost even if America gets the blame.

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When they met early this month,both president Obama and Gordon Brown looked forward to coordinated international action to boost the global economy. One of the things that prime minister Brown and I talked about is how can we coordinate so that all the G-20 countries,all the major countries around the world in a coordinated fashion are stimulating their economies. But as G-20 finance ministers garther in Britain this weekend to prepare for the London summit in April hopes of a real breakthrough of fading.In lighthearted comments,the White House spokesman said he didn't expect a specific commitments. The president will talk to other nations of the G-20 about acting together in hopes of doing the same without again negotiating some specific commitments. European leaders have already set out goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown 's hopes of more borrowing to fund a further economic stimulus.The Europeans do want binding regulations to make sure banks and lenders don't gamble away the economy again,but the America insists it will make its own rules. I think they will say I think about coordinating regulation but we're not gonna have a college of regulators as EU wants and already Congress is saying we are not surrending any sovereignty overall banks to any other country,so that's not gonna happen. This meeting was not Barack Obama's idea ,President Bush set it up last year .And many believe Obama is simply not ready for any international commitments.The new administration has been obsessed with American's own economic woes and they've yet to convince the market at home that are beating them.In particular,treasury secretary Geithner this week's chief US negotiator has been heavily criticized.His bank bailout flopped and he is still the only senior leader of the US treasury because problems nominating approving appoitments.A face-saving agreement is likely to be a / to IMF funds available to poorer nations.But if the London summit overall does fail to impress,it'll be to the British government's cost even if the America gets the blame. Adam Boulton,Sky News,Washington.
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When they met earlier this month, both President Obama and Gordon Brand looked forward to coordinated international action to boost the global economy.

“One of the things President Brand like to talk about is how can we coordinate that all G20 countries or major countries around the world in a coordinated fashion are stimulating their economies.”  

That is G20 financial finance ministers gathering in Brinton this weekend to prepare for the London Summit in April, hopes of real breaks through a fading. In light-hotted comments, the White House spokesman said he didn’t expect specific commitments. “President has talked to other nations of G20 about acting together in hopes doing the same without again negotiating some specific commitments.” European leaders have already set out veil goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brand’s hopes of more borrowing to a found of economic stimulus. The European still won’t binding regulations to make sure banks * don’t gambler the way economy again. But America re-insists it will make its old rules. “I think they will say I insist about we have to coordinate regulation but we are not gonna have college of regulators as Evans, and already congress say will not surrender any suffering overall banks to any other countries, so that’s not gonna happen.” This meeting was not Obama’s idea. President Bush set it up last year. And many believe Obama is simply long vary to make big international commitments. The new administration has been abscessed by America’s old economic woes. And they’ve jet convinced the markets at home that there beating them. And in particular, Treasure secretary guider, this week’s chief US negotiator has been heavily criticized. His bank bail out flot, and he is still the only senior official of the US Treasury because of problems nominating and proving appointments. A face saving agreement is likely to be adopted in IM founds available to poor nations. But if the London Summit overall dose fail to impress, it will be to the  British government’s cost even if America gets the blame.      

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When they met earlier this month, both President Obama and Gordon Brown looked forward to coordinated international action to boost the global economy.

 

One of the things that Prime Minister Brown and I talked about is how can we coordinate so that all the G20 countries, all the major countries around the world in a coordinated fashion are stimulating their economies.

 

But as G20 finance ministers gather in Britain this weekend to prepare for the London summit in April, hopes of a real breakthrough are fading. In lighthearted comments, the White House spokesman said he didn’t expect specific commitments. 

 

And the President will talk to other nations of the G20 about acting together in hopes of doing the same without again negotiating some specific commitment.

 

European leaders have already set out their goals for the summit with France and Germany turning down Obama and Brown’s hopes of more borrowing to fund a further economic stimulus. The Europeans do want binding regulations to make sure banks and lenders don’t gamble away the economy again. But America insists it will make its own rules.

 

I think they will say nice things about we have to coordinate regulation but we are not gonna have a college of regulators as the EU wants, and already Congress is saying we are not gonna surrender any sovereignty over our banks to any other countries. So that’s not gonna happen.

 

This meeting was not Barack Obama’s idea. President Bush set it up last year. And many believe Obama is simply not ready to make big international commitments.

 

The new administration has been obsessed by America’s own economic woes. And they’ve yet to convince the markets at home that they are beating them. In particular, Treasury Secretary Geithner, this week’s chief US negotiator has been heavily criticized. His bank bailout flopped and he’s still the only senior official at the US treasury because of problems nominating and approving appointments.

 

A face-saving agreement is likely to be a doubling of IMF funds available to poorer nations. But if the London summit overall does fail to impress, it would be to the British government’s cost, even if America gets the blame.

 

Adam Boulton, Sky News, Washington

 

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