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[Homework]2011-03-28 油价飙升威胁经济发展

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once again the cost of fuel is  major issue of budget day that is why drivers complain high price are threatening their survival .
this company in north hamilton run six five lorries 。Every time they fill up, they cost an extra 230 pounds compared with  last year’s prices. They definitely don’t want another fuel duty rise.
“we need some relief we need some help,,,it could be another   ”
the record high price have a major effect on all sides of economy the leather  wholesalers use  to export their goods to pay a few 。charge 。the appreciate it not
“it is making of buy more and more values you know to keep our price as low as we can 。by doing that we 。about more level this means some customers will take aome as stock  ,it will take a longer period ,bring more money from banks。which in the long term  ”
“will delay the plan of inflation of price keep rising 。。。”
if themselves among this feeling the pains the profit margin is less the 2%。。in order to keep customers 。that is only limit the success
“people coming here ,it is expensive but we have to charge,it become more and more to delivery really  ”
The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay  high whatever the Chancellor does. Politically though his decision on  fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News.  North Hampton.
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Once again, the cost of fuel leaves them a major issue on budget day, but while drivers complain, many hauliers say the high prices are threatening their survival. This company in North Hampton runs 65 lorries. Every time they fill up, it costs an extra 230 pounds compared with last year’s prices. They definitely don’t want another fuel duty rise.
We need some relief, we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we’re->delete not very careful. ”
The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. It’s led the->delete wholesalers use EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a fuel surcharge, just like the hauliers, feel pressured not to pass that on to their customers.
“It’s making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. And this means that some customers will take some of the stock and leaves us with some of the stock as they take over a longer period, we have to borrow more money from banks which, in the long term, just puts our overheads up, up and up.”
It’s likely the Chancellor will delay, the plan, the inflation, plus warn piece increase but as prices keep rising will that be enough?
The petrol sections themselves are among those feeling the pain even these eye-watchingly high prices, a profit margin on a litre of diesel is less than 2%. Faithful court in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers but that’s only have limited success.
“People come in, they moan about the price. Rightly so, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more and more to pay for it, to make a living really.”
The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the Chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News. North Hampton.
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[Homework]2011-03-28 油价飙升威胁经济发展

Once again, the cost of fuel is a major issue on budget day, but while drivers complain, many wholesales say their high prices are threatening their survival.
This company in Northampton runs 65 lorries, everytime they fill up, it costs an extra 230 pounds compared with last year's prices, they definitely don't want another fuel duty rise.
We needs some relief, we needs some help as an industry, you know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we are not very careful.
The record of high prices has a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. These leather wholesales use EM Rogers to transport their goods, they do pay a fuel surcharge just like the wholesales who appreciate not to pass that on to their customers.
It's making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the prices per square foot as low as we can.By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather, this means that some customers will take some of the stock and leave us some of the stock as they take over a longer period. We've to borrow more money from the banks, which, in the long term, just puts out overheads up.
It's likely the chance that will delay the planned inflation plus one per increase but as prices keep rising, will that be enough?
The petrol stations themselves are among those feeling the pain, even at these eye-washingly high prices. The profit margin on a liter of diesel is less than 2 per cent. This forecourt in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers but that's only had some limited success.
People come in and moan about the price, rightly so, I mean it is expernsive but we have to charge a little bit more than what we pay for it to making a living really.
The uncertainty in the Middle East means oil prices are likely to stay high, whatever the chancellor does, politically, though his decision on fuel duty has taken on added significance.
? Little, Sky News, Northampton

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Once again, the cost of fuel leaves them a major issue on budget day, but while drivers complain, many hauliers say the high prices are threatening their survival. This company in North Hampton runs 65 lorries. Every time they fill up, it costs an extra 230 pounds compared with last year’s prices. They definitely don’t want another fuel duty rise.
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We need some relief, we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if not very careful. "
The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. It’s led wholesalers use EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a fuel surcharge, just like the hauliers, feel pressured not to pass that on to their customers. "It’s making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. And this means some customers will take some of the stock and leave with some of the stock. Ur, they take over a longer period, we have to borrow more money from banks in the long term just puts our overheads up, up, up."
It’s likely the chancellor will delay the planting flation plus one p increase. But as prices keep rising, will that be enough?
The petrol sessions themselves are among guys feeling the pain even these eye-watchingly high prices. A profit margin on a liter of diesel is less than 2%. Faithful court in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers, but that's only had limited success.
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People come in, they moan about the price. Rightly so, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more and more to pay for it, to make a living really."
The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News. North Hampton.
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[Homework]2011-03-28 油价飙升威胁经济发展

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Once again the cost of fuel is a major issue on budget day. But while drivers complain, many hauliers say the high prices are threatening their survival.

This company in North Hampton runs 65 lorries. Every time they fill up, it costs an extra 230 pounds, compared with last year's prices. They definitely don't want another fuel duty rise.

We need some relief. We need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the panic for not very careful.

The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. It's led the wholesalers use the EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a few surcharge, and just like the hauliers, feel pressured not to pass that on to their customers.

It's making us buy more and more volumes in order to get the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. This means that some customers will take some of the stock and leave us with some of the stock. They take over a longer period we have to borrow more money from banks, which, in the long term, just put our overheads up, up and up.

It's likely the chancellor will delay the planned inflation plus one p increase, but as prices keep rising, will that be enough?

The petrol sessions themselves are among those feeling the pain, even at this, eye-wateringly high prices. A profit margin on a litter of diesel is less than 2%.

This * in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers. And that only has limited success.

People com in. They moan about the price. Rightly so, I mean, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more than what we pay for it to make a living, really.

The uncertainty in the Middle East means oil prices allow you to stay high whatever chancellor does. Politically, though, his decision on fuel duty has taken on added significance.  

Darren Little, Sky News, North Hampton.
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Once again, the cost of fuel leaves them major issue on budget day but while drivers complain many wholesalers say the high prices are threatening their survival. This company in Northampton runs 65 lorries. Every time they filled up, it cost extra 230 pounds compared with last year’s prices. And definitely they don’t want another fuel duty rise.
        “We need some relief,we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we’re not very careful. ”
        The record of high prices has a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. It’s leather wholesaler use EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a fuel service charge just like the wholesaler feel appreciated not pressed that on to their customers.
        “It’s making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. This means some customers will take some of the stock and leaves us some of the stock, and take over a longer period. We have to borrow more money from the banks, which, in the long term, just puts our overheads up, up and up.”
        It’s likely the chance would delay, the plan, the inflation, plus warn piece increase but as prices keep rising or that enough.
        The petrol sections themselves among those feeling the pain even these eye-watching high prices, a profit margin on a liter of diesel is less than 2%. Official forecourt in Northampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers but it’s only have limited success.
        “People come in my mind about the price. Rightly so, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more and more if I for, to make a living really.”
        The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the Chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News.
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Once again,the cost of fuel is a major issue on budget day,but while drivers complain,many wholesalers say the high prices will threatenting their servival.This company in Northamton run 65 lorries,every time their filled up,their cost an extra 230 pounds compared with last year 's prices.And definately they don't want to another fuel duty rises.

We need some relief , we need some help with an industry,and you know, it could be another British industry down the plain if we are not very careful.

The record  high prices having a major affact on almost all sectors(M) of the economy,this leather wholesalers use EM rogers transport their goods,they do pay a fuel service charge just like the wholesalers feel appreciated not pressed that on to their customers.

It's making us by more and more volumes in order to keep the price per squere foot as low as we can.By doing that we have to carry(cut) huge amouts more of leather ,this means customers will take some of the stock and leaves us with some of the stock,and take over longer period,we have brorrow more money from banks which in the long term, just puts our overheads up,up and up.

It's likely the chance would delay ,the plan ,the inflation,plus warn piece increase but at prices keep rising or that enough.

The petrol sections themselves among those feeling the pain even these eye-watchingly high prices,the profit margin on the litre(P) of diesel(M),is less  than two percent.

This forthcourt in Northampton has consciously profits in order to keep costumers.But that's only have limited success.

people coming to and moan(M),about the prices.Rightly so, I mean ,it's expensive ,but we have to charge , a little bit more than what we pay for it,to make a living really.

The uncertainly in the Middle East means that oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the chancellor does.Politically though,  his decision on fuel duty has taken on added significance.
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     Once again, the cost of fuel leaves them a major issue on budget day, but while drivers complain, many hauliers say the high prices are threatening their survival.
     This company in North Hampton runs 65 lorries. Every time they fill up, it costs an extra 230 pounds compared with last year’s prices. They definitely don’t want another fuel duty rise.
     “We need some relief, we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we’re->delete not very careful. ”
     The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy.  This leather wholesalers use EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a fuel surcharge, just like the hauliers, feel pressured not to pass that on to their customers.
       “It’s making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. And this means that some customers will take some of the stock and leave us with some of the stock as they take over a longer period, we have to borrow more money from banks which, in the long term, just puts our overheads up, up and up.”
It’s likely the Chancellor will delay, the plan, the inflation, plus warn piece increase but as prices keep rising will that be enough?
The petrol sections themselves are among those feeling the pain. Even at these eye-wateringly high prices, a profit margin on a litre of diesel is less than 2%. Faithful court in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers but that’s only have limited success.
“People come in, they moan about the price. Rightly so, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more and more than we pay for it, to make a living really.”
The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the Chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News. North Hampton.
once again,the cost of fuel is a major issue on buget day.that's while drivers complain many wholesales say high prices are threatening their suvival.The company in northern xx runs 65 lorries.Every time they filled up,they cost extra 230 pounds,compared with last year prices.
"we need some relief,we need some help as an industry.You konw,it could be another British industry down the plan if you are not very careful. The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of enconomy.It's leather wholesale using Em xx to transport their goods.They do pay fuel surcharge and just like wholesales feel appreciated not pass that one to customers.It's making us by more and more volumes in order to keep prices xx as low as we can. By doing that,we have to carry huge amounts more of leather.This means,some customers will take some stock,and leave with some stock,as take over a long period.They have to borrow more money from banks which,in the long term,...
it's likely the chance that they will delay plan,the inflation, plus warn piece  increase but that prices keep rising,or that be enough.
The petrol stations themselves are among those feeling the pain, even at these eyewateringly high prices, the profit margin on a liter of diesel is less than 2%.
This ....has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers, but that's only have limited success.People come in, they moan about the price, rightly sour, I mean it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more than what ... make a living really.
The uncertainty in the middle east means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty is taking on added significance.
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Once again the cost of fuel is a major issue on budget day. But while drivers complain, many hauliers say the high prices are threatening their survival. This company in North Hampton runs 65 lorries. Everytime they fill up, it cost an extra £230 compared with last year's prices. It definitely don't want another fuel duty rise.

We need some relief, we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we're not very careful.

The record high prices are having a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. This leather wholesalers use the E.M.Rogers to transport their goods. They do pay a fuel surcharge and just like the hauliers, feel pressrued not to pass that on to their customers.

It's making us by more and more volumes, in order to keep the prices per square foot as long as we can. By doing that we have to carry huge amounts more of leather, this means some customers will take some of the stock and leave us with some of the stock, they take ever longer period, we have to borrow more money from banks, which in the long term just puts our overheads up and up.

It's likely the chancellor will delay the planned inflation plus one p increase. But as prices keep rising, will that be enough?

The petrol stations themselves are among those feeling the pain, even at these eyewateringly high prices, the profit margin on a liter of diesel is less than 2%.

This forecourt in North Hampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers, but that's only have limited success.

People come in, they moan about the price, rightly sour, I mean it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more than what we pay for it to make a living really.

The uncertainty in the middle east means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty is taking on added significance.

Dough Little Skynews, North Hampton.
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        Once again, the cost of fuel leaves them major issue on budget day but while drivers complain many wholesalers say the high prices are threatening their survivals. This company in Northampton run 65 lorries. Every time they filled up, it cost extra 230 pounds compared with last year’s prices. And definitely they don’t want another fuel duty rise.
        “We need some relief, we need some help as an industry. You know, it could be another British industry down the pan if we’re not very careful. ”
        The record of high prices has a major effect on almost all sectors of the economy. It’s leather wholesaler use EM Rogers transport their goods. They do pay a fuel service charge just like the wholesaler feel appreciated not pressed that on to their customers.
        “It’s making us buy more and more volumes in order to keep the price per square foot as low as we can. By doing that, we have to carry huge amounts more of leather. And this means that some customers will take some of the stock and leaves us some of the stock they take over a longer period. We have to borrow more money from the banks which, in the long term, just puts our overheads up, up and up.”
        It’s likely the chance would delay, the plan, the inflation, plus warn piece increase but as prices keep rising or that enough.
        The petrol sections themselves among those feeling the pain even these eye-watching high prices, a profit margin on a litre of diesel is less than 2%. Official forecourt in Northampton has consciously cut its profits in order to keep customers but it’s only have limited success.
        “People come in and they moan about the price. Rightly so, it is expensive, but we have to charge a little bit more and more than what we pay for it to make a living really.”
        The uncertainty in the Middle-East means oil prices are likely to stay high whatever the Chancellor does. Politically though his decision on fuel duty has taken on an added significance. Darren Little, Sky News
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