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ХΤGMȥ饤顼οȤν褷ˤĤơä
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GMϡ⤦1ꥹȥͤľ

饤顼ϡեåȤȰˤʤ졪

GMˤϡ60֤ͱͽȡδ֤αžͿ褦

饤顼ˤϡ30֤ͱͽȡδ֤αžͿ
ȡ

 

 One of the challenges we've confronted fromthe 
beginning of this administration is what to do with the
state of the struggling auto industry. 

ָľ̤Ƥ롢ȯ­餫ΰĤ˴٤
Ƥ뼫ưֶȳˤɤн褹٤ȤȤǤ


 In recent months, my Auto Task Force has been
reviewing requests by General Motors and Chrysler for
additional government assistance, as well as plans
developed by each of these companies to restructure, to
modernize, and to make themselves more competitive. 

֤ΥۡʸƤˤGMȥ饤顼
󤻤줿ܤФɲûٱƤƤޤ
ȥ岽϶ˤĤƤƤ


 Our evaluation is now complete.  But before I lay out
what needs to be done going forward, I want to say a few
words about where we are and what led us to this point.

ϡλϡ򤹤뤳ȤɬפǤ뤫
ˤˡɤƤʤäˤĤơä򤷤

 It will come as no surprise that some Americans who
have suffered most during this recession have been those
in the auto industry and those working for companies
that support it.
 
֤Էʵǰֶ줷Ǥ͡ưֶȳ䡢β
Ȥο͡ǤȤȤϡä٤ȤǤϤʤ


 Over the past year, our auto industry has shed over
400,000 jobs, not only at plants that produce cars, but at
the businesses that produce the parts that go into them
and the dealers that sell and repair them.  More than one
in 10 Michigan residents is out of work -- the most of any
state. 

ֺǯưֶȳϡ40ͤΥꥹȥ»ܤϡư
Ư͡ǤϤʤʹƯ͡䥫ǥ顼
ޤࡣߥǤϡ10ͤ1Ͱʾ夬ȤƤ롣¾Τɤν
⤤Ψ

 And towns and cities across the great Midwest have
watched unemployment climb higher than it's been in
decades.

ĮǤϡǯ֤ι⤤ΨˤʤäƤ


 The pain being felt in places that rely on our auto
industry is not the fault of our workers; they labor
tirelessly and desperately want to see their companies
succeed.  It's not the fault of all the families and
communities that supported manufacturing plants
throughout the generations.  Rather, it's a failure of
leadership -- from Washington to Detroit -- that led our
auto companies to this point.

ּưֻȤ˰¸ƤĮζ줷ߤϡƯ͡β
ΤǤϤʤϰ̿ƯҤΤ˿Ԥ
ưֹ٤Ƥ²ϰΤǤʤϡ
ȥ󤫤ǥȥȤ˻ޤǥ꡼åפβˤΤ
η̡ưֲҤʤäƤޤäΤ


 Year after year, decade after decade, we've seen
problems papered over and tough choices kicked down
the road, even as foreign competitors outpaced us.  Well,
we've reached the end of that road.  And we, as a nation,
cannot afford to shirk responsibility any longer. 

ǯǯϡǯˤϤäơ桹ϡ꤬ʤ졢
򤬲򤵤Τ򸫤Ƥζ꤬桹
ȴƤޤäΤˤǤ롣桹ϡȤȤơϤǤž
뤳ȤϤǤʤ


 Now is the time to confront our problems head-on and do
what’s necessary to solve them.

ֺΩɬפʤȤʤ٤ʤΤ

 We cannot, and must not, and we will not let our auto
industry simply vanish.  This industry is like no other --
it's an emblem of the American spirit; a once and future
symbol of America’s success.

ֲ桹ϡưֻȤ򡢾ü뤳ȤϤǤʤݡ٤
ǤϤʤʤǤλȤϡ¾Ȥϰ㤦Τꥫ
ξħǤꡢĤƤǤä褦ˡ⥢ꥫ
ΥܥʤΤ 


 It's what helped build the middle class and sustained
it throughout the 20th century.  It's a source of deep
pride for the generations of American workers whose
hard work and imagination led to some of the finest
cars the world has ever known. 

֤λȤ20ˤơήٱ礷Τϡ
ꥫϫƯԤΥץ饤ɤθǤäơϫƯԤζ٤
ϤĤƺǤ餷֤⤿餷Τ


 It's a pillar of our economy that has held up the dreams 
of millions of our people.  And we cannot continue to
excuse poor decisions.  We cannot make the survival of
our auto industry dependent on an unending flow of
taxpayer dollars. 

֤ϡɴ̴ͤ٤椬кѤǤ롣
ơŬڤʷˤĤƸ³뤳ȤϤǤʤǼ
ԤΤ³ơưֲҤӤ餻뤳ȤϤǤʤ

 These companies -- and this industry -- must ultimately
stand on their own, not as wards of the state.

֤βҤϡơζȳϡʬ­ΩʤФʤ
ʤȤ뤳ȤǤϤʤ

 And that's why the federal government provided General
Motors and Chrysler with emergency loans to prevent
their sudden collapse at the end of last year -- only on
the condition that they would develop plans to
restructure. 

֤ơ줳ܤޤþ򤹤뤿ˡGMȥ
顼˺ǯ۵ͻԤäͳǤ롣âꥹȥײ
ꤹȤդǡ

 In keeping with that agreement, each company has
submitted a plan to restructure.  But after careful
analysis, we've determined that neither goes far enough
to warrant the substantial new investments that these
companies are requesting.

֤ιդ˱äơξҤϡꥹȥײФ褯ʬ
Ϥ̡ޤޤԽʬƤǤꡢɲûˤϱ
뤳ȤǤʤ

 And so today I'm announcing that my administration will 
offer GM and Chrysler a limited additional period of time
to work with creditors, unions, and other stakeholders 
to fundamentally restructure in a way that would justify 
an investment of additional taxpayer dollars. 

֤ǡ餫ˤܤGMȥ饤顼ˡ
ĸԡȹ硢ơʳطԤȤä礦
Ϳ뤳Ȥˤ롢ȡǼǼԤɲŪʻˤϡŪ
ʥꥹȥ餬ɬפʤΤ


 During this period they must produce plans that would
give the American people confidence in their long-term
prospects for success.

֤Ϳ줿֤ˤơꥫι̱Ǽ褦ʷײ
ꤷʤФʤʤ


 Now, what we're asking for is difficult.  It will require
hard choices by companies.  It will require unions and
workers who have already made extraordinarily painful
concessions to do more. 

ֲ桹ƤΤϡʤȤ񤷤򤹤ɬפ
ѤʾԤäȹϫƯԤˡʤ
Τ


 It'll require creditors to recognize that they can't hold out
for the prospect of endless government bailouts. 

ֺĸԤϡܤκݸ¤Τʤٱ礬ʤȤ򤹤ɬ

 It'll have to -- it will require efforts from a whole host
of other stakeholders, including dealers and suppliers. 
Only then can we ask American taxpayers who have
already put up so much of their hard-earned money to
once more invest in a revitalized auto industry.

֥ǥ顼ǼʶȼԤޤǡƤطԤϤ
롣ΤȤˤʤäƽơ¿ۤλĤ
ǼǼԤФ٤λ򤪴ꤤ뤳ȤǤ

 But I'm confident that if each are willing to do their 
part, if all of us are doing our part, then thisrestructuring,
as painful as it will be in the short term, will mark not
an end, but a new beginning for a great American
industry -- an auto industry that is once more out-
competing the world; a 21st century auto industry that is
creating new jobs, unleashing new prosperity, and
manufacturing the fuel-efficient cars and trucks that will
carry us towards an energy-independent future. 

֤⤷Ƽε̳̤СΥꥹȥϡ
ϤʤʥꥫȤ볫뤳Ȥˤʤ롢Ȼϳο
롣⤦١ϤᤷưֻȤȤơѤ
¤˱ɤ⤿餷ơͥ륮ΨΤѼ֤
ȥå21μưֻȤϡ桹򡢥ͥ륮¸
٤̤ؤƳǤ

 I am absolutely committed to working with Congress and
the auto companies to meet one goal:  The United States
of America will lead the world in building the next
generation of clean cars.

ֲ桹ɸã뤿ˡϡIJ伫ưֲҤȡ
ήȤƹϡ꡼ʼ弫ư¤꡼ɤ

 And no one can deny that our auto industry has made
meaningful progress in recent years -- and this doesn't
get talked about often enough.  Some of the cars made
by American workers right now are outperforming the
best cars made abroad. 

ƹμưֻȤǯͭյʿ뤲Ƥ뤳Ȥ
ΤϤʤ¿Ƥʤꥫϫ
ƯԤˤä줿Ĥμ֤ϡǺ줿֤
ǽμ֤äƤ


 In 2008, the North American Car of the Year was a GM. 
This year, Buick tied for first place as the most reliable
car in the world.  Our companies are investing in
breakthrough technologies that hold the promise of new
vehicles that will help America end its addiction to foreign
oil.

2008ǯ̥ꥫΥ֥䡼ϡGMμ֤Ǥ롣
ǯϡӥ奤åκǤ⿮Ǥ֤Ȥơ¾μ֤ȤȤ
̤ˤʤäƹβҤϡޤǤˤʤ֤⤿餹
Ѥγȯ˸񤷤Ƥ롣Τ褦ʼ֤¸ȡ
˰¸äѤʤΥꥫǾɾ˥ԥꥪåɤǤİ
ʤǤ

 But our auto industry is not moving in the right direction
fast enough to succeed in a very tough environment.  So
let me discuss what measures need to be taken by each
of the auto companies requesting taxpayer assistance,
and I'll start with General Motors.

֤ưֻȤϡθΤʤǡ᤯
˸äƤȤϸʤǡɤΤ褦֤ɬפ
Τ餫ˤ褺ϡGM


 GM has made a good faith effort to restructure over the
past several months -- but the plan that they've put
forward is, in its current form, not strong enough. 
However, after broad consultation with a range of
industry experts and financial advisors, I'm absolutely
confident that GM can rise again, providing that it
undergoes a fundamental restructuring. 

GMϡꥹȥϤ򤷤Ƥ餬
ײϡޤʬȤϸʤưֻȤȤ
ͻΥɥХä򤷤̡GMϡɤ뤳ȤǤȳο
Ƥ롣Ű줷ꥹȥ»ܤФäǤϤ뤬


 As an initial step, GM is announcing today that Rick
Wagoner is stepping aside as Chairman and CEO.  This is
not meant as a condemnation of Mr. Wagoner, who's
devoted his life to this company and has had a
distinguished career; rather, it's a recognition that will
take new vision and new direction to create the GM of the
future.

褺ˡGMϡ若ʡ᤬CEO򼭤ȯɽ
ϡ若ʡդΤǤϤʤ若ʡϡ
βҤΩɤʼӤͭƤ롣ηϡGM
¤뤿οӥ򳫤Ȥǧ᤿Τ


 In this context, my administration will offer General
Motors adequate working capital over the next 60 days. 
And during this time, my team will be working closely
with GM to produce a better business plan.

֤δطǡܤϡGMФ60ʬαžͿ뤳
Ȥˤ롣δ֤˻ΥबGMȸƤŤ͡褤ײ
ꤹǤ


 They must ask themselves:  Have they consolidated
enough unprofitable brands?  Have they cleaned up their
balance sheets, or are they still saddled with so much
debt that they can'tmake future investments?  Above all,
have they created a credible model for how not only to
survive, but to succeed in this competitive global market?

ϡʤФʤʤԺλ֤ϡ礬ʬ
ǤХ󥹥Ȥ򤭤줤ˤʤС¿
κ̳ޤޤǡ񤬤ǤʤǤʤǤ⡢
ӤǤϤʤθΥޡåȤ뤿
ΡǤӥͥǥۤ뤳ȤǤȡ

 Let me be clear:  The United States government has no
interest in running GM.  We have no intention of running
GM.  What we are interested in is giving GM an
opportunity to finally make those much-needed changes
that will let them emerge from this crisis a stronger and
more competitive company.

1ġΤˤƹܤϡGMбĤ뤳Ȥˤϡδؿ
ʤGMбĤտޤϤʤȤȤ桹ؿ
ƤΤϡ餬ɬפȤѳפ뤲ޤǰʾζ
ϤͭҤȤɤ뵡Ϳ뤳Ȥ

  The situation at Chrysler is more challenging.  It's with
deep reluctance but also a clear-eyed recognition of the
facts that we've determined, after careful review, that
Chrysler needs a partner to remain viable.  Recently,
Chrysler reached out and found what could be a potential
partner -- the international car company Fiat, where the
current management team has executed an impressive
 turnaround.

֥饤顼ξϡä꤬礭ǧ᤿Ϥʤ
顼Ӥ뤿ˤϡѡȥʡɬפȤ¤
餫Ƕᡢ饤顼ϥѡȥʡ򸫤Ĥߤη
ĥबƷ¹ΥեåȼҤ


 Fiat is prepared to transfer its cutting-edge technology to
Chrysler and, after working closely with my team, has
committed to build -- building new fuel-efficient cars and
engines right here in the United States. 

֥եåȤϡǿѤ򥯥饤顼ζͿѰդ롣
ơΥȤ褯ää塢ͥ륮Ψ֤ȼ
Υ󥸥ƹ뤳Ȥ


 We've also secured an agreement that will ensure that
Chrysler repays taxpayers for any new investments that
are made before Fiat is allowed to take a majority
ownership stake in Chrysler.

ֲ桹ϡեåȤ饤顼ηбĸݤˡ饤
顼ŪֺѤȤդǧ


 Still, such a deal would require an additional investment
of taxpayer dollars, and there are a number of hurdles
that must be overcome to make it work.  I'm committed
to doing all I can to see if a deal can be struck in a way
that upholds the interests of American taxpayers. 

֤Ǥ⡢ǼǼԤɲû⤬ɬפǤ֤
ޤǤˤϡޤޤ꤬뤫ǼǼԤפ
褦ˡǼʤ褦ˡϡǤ¤ΤȤ򤹤
«


 And that's why we'll give Chrysler and Fiat 30 days to
overcome these hurdles and reach a final agreement --
and we will provide Chrysler with adequate capital to
continue operating during that time. 

֤줬饤顼ȥեåȤ30֤ͱͽͿͳ
δ֤ǽդ˻äߤδ֤ˡ饤
ˤϡʬʱžͿ

 If they are able to come to a sound agreement that
protects American taxpayers, we will consider lending up
to $6 billion to help their plan succeed.  But if they and
their stakeholders are unable to reach such an
agreement, and in the absence of any other viable
partnership, we will not be able to justify investing
additional tax dollars to keep Chrysler in business.

֤⤷ǼǼԤפ뤳ȤǤ褦ʹդ˻С
60ɥդԤȤƤ褦դǤ
ʤä顢ޤѡȥʡĤʤä顢饤顼
ɲŪʻٱԤȤϤǤʤ


 Now, while Chrysler and GM are very different
companies with very different paths forward, both need a
fresh start to implement the restructuring plan they
develop.  That may mean using our bankruptcy code as a
mechanism to help them restructure quickly and emerge 
stronger. 

֥饤顼GMϡ˰㤦ҤǤꡢʤ٤ƻ㤦
˿Ȥڤ뤳Ȥɬפϡ®˥ꥹȥ
ɤ뤿ˤˤϡ˻ˡѤ뤳Ȥ⤢

 Now, I want everybody to be clear about this.  I know
that when people hear the word "bankruptcy" it can be
unsettling, so let me explain exactly what I mean.  What
I'm talking about is using our existing legal structure as a
tool that, with the backing of the U.S. government, can 
make it easier for General Motors and Chrysler to quickly
clear away old debts that are weighing them down so
that they can get back on their feet and onto a path
to success; a tool that we can use, even as workers
staying on the job building cars that are being sold.

ֳˡΤȤˤĤ餫ˤƤ͡˻פȤ
դʹ̣ΤʬʤȤ롣ǡ
䤬ɤ̣ǻȤäƤΤ餫ˤ䤬ä
Τϡ¸ߤˡŪȿƻȤѤȤȤ
ƻȤΤϡܤλٱβǡGM䥯饤顼
˽ŤΤäƤ̳®˽뤳Ȥưפˤ
Ǥꡢ뤳Ȥˤꡢ­ΩĤȤǤƻ
뤳Ȥǽˤʤ롣ޤϫƯԤϼ֤³뤳Ȥ

 What I'm not talking about is a process where a
company is simply broken up, sold off, and no longer
exists.  We're not talking about that.  And what I'm not
talking about is a company that's stuck in court for years,
unable to get out.

˻ȤäƤ⡢ҤþơѤ졢Ϥ¸ߤʤȤ
褦ʤȤϡϰ̣ƤʤΤȤäƤ
ϤʤޤҤȽ˲ǯ⹴«졢ȴФ
ȤǤʤȤ褦ʤȤ̣Ƥʤ

 So it's my hope that the steps I'm announcing today will
have a salutary effect -- will go a long way forward
towards answering many of the questions that people
have about the future of GM and Chrysler.

ֽäơȯɽ֤̤ळȤԤ롣
GMȥ饤顼ξФƹ̱¿μ뤳
Ǥ褦ˤʤäߤ

 

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ˤƤ⡢ּ纺פΤȤꤢȿϡޤ˧
ʤäΤˡ
£ͿǸǤƤ褦ȡ

ߤˡΰƤФΤϡƣŶ


ϡޤ껿ʤΤǤ

ǯ꤬ĤĤ᤿򡢸ǤȤʤ
οͻ֤餵ơФȤ֤⤷

ʹƻˤȡ£ͿͤΤǥϥ֥åɥ
ʥͥ륮硢£ͿǤ򥼥ˤ뤫
ڸСʥʤι¥ȤƤ


Ǥ⡢˿ĤƤ櫓ǤϤʤΤǡ£Ϳ줿
äΤ⤽⼫ʬǻäƤäΤϡȽǤ
ĤʤΤǤ

ˡ

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¹ư֤ߤȸСۤۤäƤΤǤϤʤ

£ͿǤ⤯ʤȡפޤ

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ɡ£ͿǸǤϡͥΤȤǤϤʤǤ礦


ϡȿФˡ£ͿǤȤ³Ǥ夲٤Ȼפޤ

褯1400ߤβȷפζͻ񻺤ͷǤȸޤ

ơ¿ԤӤͭƤȡ

餳֤⤷׺ǡФȤƤΤǤ
š

λ񻺤Ҥ¹˰žƤ⡢Ȥ뤫ɤ
ϵ路Ȼפޤ

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뤳ȤǽǤ

ĤޤꡢԤͭƤ񻺤򡢸԰ŤΤ˻
ѤΤǤ

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ʬϤԤ˲դƤȤȤǤ

ǶΤϷʤΤǤ礦ʬΤ
³ǤȤħ졢ơƱԤΰ˻Ȥ
뤳ȤȿФ롢ιԤϾʤȻפΤǤ



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ĤƤΥߤʤΤǤ礦

Τˡ򤱤뤿ˤϡ褷ʤ⤷


ˤƤ⡢äݤɤΤȤʤСƹμưֶȳ
ԻĻΤȤɤ뤳ȤԤΤϺȻפޤ

ƹ¤Ȱ̤ˡȤΤǤϤʤǤ礦
üεϤͭƤΤϽ櫓Ǥ

ȤȤǡХΤ褦ˡꥫкѤޤǰʾ
˶ϤˤʤäɤȤȤϴԤǤޤ

ˡХΤϡ4ǯ֤Ǥ˺ֻ̾
ȸƤޤ͡

ʤȡκưȿư34ǯ˽ФƤ뤳Ȥ
μ¤Ǥ

Ĥޤꡢκưʬȡȴ櫓Ǥ顢
⤷ʤƤ⡢кĹοΨ櫓Ǥ

դΤȤ򡢥ХϤɤͤƤΤǤ礦


äѤޤХ󥫥᤬ŪֺѤȸäƤޤ

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Ǥ⡢12ǡŪֺѤǤۤɡ޷˺̳
Ƥ뤳ȤʤɤΤǤ礦

ͻؤΥȥ쥹ƥȤη̤ϡޤ餫ˤʤäƤޤ
¿ۤνѤɬפˤʤꡢʤŪܤԤ뤳
ȤˤʤΤǤϤʤǤ礦

ΰǡ䤬ȿžȤ褦ʥ˥塼
ƤƤޤ


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å򤪴ꤤޤ
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Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

ʡϡŷʤꡢǤ

ʹΤָ¡ͽФ¿ʤäƤޤ

餭ؤȡˡ뤯ʤޤ͡

줳ηʵɷš

ȤǡָȤСդΤǤ

äѤ餤ΤˡֿäƤ󤸤ʤפʤƸΤ
顢ֿäƤʤ󤫤ޤפȸƤޤޤƱ
褦ʤȤ򡢥ХΤ䥬ȥʡ̳ĹäƤޤ


㥪ХΡ

As far as confidence in the US economy or
the dollar, I would just point out that the dollar
is extraordinarily strong right now.

ƹкѡ¨ɥοǧ˴ؤ¤ꡢɥϡߡ۾ʤ
ȤŦ


㥬ȥʡ̳Ĺ

I want to say this very clearly, a strong dollar is
in America's interest. We are going to make sure
to pursue policies that improve the long-term
fundamentals of the U.S. economy.

֤ΤȤϡϤäꤵƤɥϡꥫפ
桹ϡƹкѤĹŪե󥿥륺뤿
ɵڤƤȤμ¤ʤΤˤƤ


ɤʤȤäƤ뤫ȤС

̱Ԥμۤɥʳδ̲ߤߤ뤳
ȤƤƤ뤫Ǥ


ΤˡƹкѤŪϰ̤ϡƤƤޤ

ϤäƤ⡢ʬδ֤ϡƹηкѤǤ³
뤳Ȥϴְ㤤ʤƥɥ¾˴̲ߤǽϾ
褦˻פޤ

Ǥϡꥫ¦褦ˡɥϺ⶯ޤޤǵ³뤳
ǤΤ

ʤȡ̤Ǥ

ֿäƤΤ㡩

ֿäƤʤ󤫤ޤ

֤äѤäƤ


֥ɥϼ夯ʤΤ㡩

֥ɥ뤬夯ʤ뤳ȤʤƤʤǤ

֤äѤ夯ʤΤ͡


ܤޤƹĤ褦ʤȤϤʤǤ礦

äơޤƹĤȤϡʤǤ礦äȤ⡢
ûκķ˾괹뤳ȤϹͤޤ


Ǥ⡢٤ͤإåեɤΤʤˤϡɥ뤬夯
Ȥߤ䡢ɥ򸫼ΤƤȤФƤ뤫⤷ޤ

ˤ顢̤˸ΤƤȤǤϤʤΤǤ͡ɥ뤬
ʤꤽ顢夯ʤҤơ٤ȡ


ǤϡΥɥ¤Ҥ뤫

ϡĿɤ夲Ƥ뤫Ǥ

Τ˺üʬޤɤդ뤳ȤϤʤǤ礦Ŵ
äꡢ֤äȤ褦ʬǤϡϤ亹Ͼʤ
ƤȹͤǤ礦

Ǥ顢塢ͻޤꡢƹкѤ˸äȤ
Ƥ⡢ƹ¤Ȥϰ㲼³ȹͤ褵ʤΤ

ˡʤɤϡϡޤޤɥळȤ˴Ӥ
Ƥ褦Ǥޤޤäɥλˡۤɤ
̣ͭ򴶤ʤʤϤǤ


ŤĤĤΤǤϤʤǤ礦

ץ饶դߤʽޤꤽʵۤǤ

 

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ǡˡη׻ְäƤȤλŦ

׻ˡְäƤΤϡΤȤѤ¤Ǥ


ǡĤΥȤΤʤǡȯǵʬ򳲤
ͤǤʤΤǤǡǤ礦ȤΤޤ

ǡǫˡܥ󥿡ͥåȥƥӤΥޤǾҲ𤵤Ƥ

ǡ˸褦ȻפäΤǤ1֤椦ĶƤΤǤ
͡

ȤƤ뤳ȤǤʤơɤʷϵäΤǧǤ
ޤǤ

θȸޤ

ǡºݤˤϡɤä

пʹˤϡڤμĹγȯ
ǤϤʤȴƤȤεޤ


äѤꡢ򰭤ͤƤ⤪ʤȻפޤ

졢ƥӥ餬äƤʤʤ餤ΤǤ礦ǫ˥
󥿡ͥåȥƥӤïǤ⸫뤳ȤǤ櫓Ǥ顢⿴Ϥ
ǤʤƤ⡢뤤Ϥȯˤä괷ƤƲȤפ
ڷοͤǤ⡢ߤƤǸȡʤ
ΤǤϡ


ȤΤΨľʴۤǤ

Ǥ⡢äơ֤ɤפƤ뤫ʤơޤ굤
ˤʤΤǤ


Ϥȡܥ󥿡ͥåȥƥӤҲ𤷤Ƥ줿
ǡͭԲפǤɤʤȤä줿Τ뤳ȤǤ
ѻͤˤʤޤ

ƥӤʤɤǤϡǥ󥦥ε٤ߤϰˤäư㤦
ФȤ褦ʤȤҲ𤵤Ƥޤ

䡢ʹơѤʤȤͤΤ٤˴Ƥ
ޤ

ºݤˡ󥿡ͥåȥƥӤǤοͤΰոİȡ빽
Ϥ⤢äΤǤ

ǽˡͭԲλüԤξҲ𤬴˼Ĺ餢ΤǤ
šͤΡͥѤäʷϵοͤΤǵˤ
äƤΤǤοͤǥ󥦥ʬСŤ
ոƼԤäΤǤ

ο͡꥾ȤμĹȤǡιۤ꥾ȥۥƥˤϡ
100ι265ֻΤȸΤǤ

100ιȡ265ֻΤȤǤ礦

Ĥޤꡢ1ǯ365ǡΤ˺ǯ100
ꡢĤ꤬ǡ

ǡ100֤ϡҤ¿ˤʤ뤬Ĥ265
ϡҤʤɤƤֻˤʤäƤޤȤʬ䤹
äǤ

ǡ¤ϡ100ˤϡ줺ͤ⤤櫓
顢٤ߤʬ뤳ȤˤäơäȤҤ򽸤뤳Ȥ
Τȡš

ȤȤǡѻͤˤʤޤ

ϡΥߥȤƤʹޤȤǤʤȤ
Ƥͤ⤤ޤ

䤬ٻȻפȤ򤤤äΤϡ륬󡦥졼Υ
СȡեɥޥȤ⤦Ͱ̤Ǥ


ͤˤ⡢ܥ󥿡ͥåȥƥӤˤʤ뤳Ȥᤷ

ΤѤǤ礦顢ȾƤΤȤǤ⤤
⤷ޤ

η̥Ϥ⡢褯ʬȻפޤ


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ꤤޤ
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Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

ƺ̳ʤ23ֶ̱Ԥͭɻ񻺤㤤깽
ȯɽޤ

㤤оݤˤʤɺĸεϤϡ1ɥȤ

㤤λȤߤϡ2ĤʬƤơĸоݤȤ
ΤȡôݾڷʤɤξڷʤоݤȤΤȤ
ʤޤ


ǡܤФ뤪ϡ1000ɥȤޤ

10ߤǤ

ܤ⤪⤬ʤΤǤ͡ˡAIGΥܡʥٵ⤢
ꡢʤʤФˤΤ⤷ޤ

ǤϡĤ9000ɥʬϡ̱֤ФȤΤǤ礦

ǤϤޤ

̱֤Ф⡢Τ褦Ǥ

Ǥϡɤäơ

ĸδ̱եɤξˤϡեɼȤï餪
ڤƤλǥĸ㤤ȡĴã
פˤ뤿ˡϢˮ¶ݸҤݾڤĤȤʤäƤޤ

ơڷʤδ̱եɤξˤϡFRB
ͻ񤹤ȤʤäƤޤ

ȤȤǡ̱ƱǾĤФ礤ơΥ
ɤڤơɻ񻺤㤤Ȥߤ

Ѥ餺ХåȤ櫓Ǥ

ˤƤ⡢ηΤǡNYϡ500ɥ᤯徺
ǥǥ


ȤȤǡ֤δؿϡɻ㤤եɤ˽ޤ
ƤΤǤ¤ϡƱˡƺ̳ʤFRBϡϢ
ĤƤζƱȤΤȯɽƤޤ

Υߥ󥰤ǡϢˤĤƤζƱ

ΡŪˤΤǤ礦


Ʊϡ4줫ʤäƤޤ

ʣ˶ͻԾεǽȶͻ경¥ʤΤˡ̳ʤϢ
϶

졢̤ѤäȤ񤤤Ƥ櫓ǤϤޤ


ʣ˻ꥹȻʬ򤹤Ϣ

ͻȯʹߡϢϡŪʼˡȤƤ
Ǥʬ˻ʬΤϡϢλŻǤϤʤ
̳ʤλŻʤΤƤޤ


ʣϢκ̳Ƥΰݻɬ

ŪʤζȤˤäơϢΥХ󥹥Ȥ޳礷
ΤϤΤΤȤǤȤϢκ̳Ƥ˵
⤿ʤ褦ˤ뤳ȤɬפȡäƤΤǤ


ʣ˥ƥꥹ褹Ωɬ

ɤ⡢4ܤä˽פǤ褦˻פޤ

To reduce the risk of future crises, the Treasury
and the Federal Reserve will work with the Congress
to develop a regime that will allow the U.S. government
to address effectively at an early stage the potential
failure of any systemically critical financial institution.

־Υꥹڸ뤿ˡ̳ʤϢϡIJȤϢȤ
ơƹܤ嵯륷ƥꥹˤĤʤ꤫ͤʤ
ͻؤˤФơᤤʳǸŪн褹뤳ȤǤ
äƤ

 

As part of the framework set forth, the legislation
should spell out to the extent possible the expected
role of the Federal Reserve and other U.S. government
agencies in such resolutions.

ִˤե졼ΰȤơIJϡϢܵؤδ
Ԥ٤ˤĤơ٤Ǥ

In the longer term and as its authorities permit,
the Treasury will seek to remove from the Federal
Reserve's balance sheet, or to liquidate, the so-called
Maiden Lane facilities made by the Federal Reserve
as part of efforts to stabilize systemically critical
financial institutions.

ĹŪˡƤޤ¤ϰϤǡ̳ʤϡϢΥХ
Ȥ顢ƥꥹ˷ӤĤͻؤ경
ΰĤȤƹԤäᥤǥ󡦥졼ȸƤФͻ
ؤƤ


ᥤǥ󡦥졼äơβʤΤǤ礦

NYϢ䤬̤Ƥ̤꤬ᥤǥ󡦥졼ȸƤФΤǤ

˥塼衼ϿޤߤȽФƤޤ᤯ˤϡAIGꡢ
ɥߤĤޤ

ޤϤȤơΥᥤǥ󡦥졼ȤΤϡ٥
󥺤ߺѤݤϢ䤬ĸǤꡢޤAIGߺѤ
ݤκĸǤΤǤ

äƤߤСϢ䤬ͭɻ񻺤ȤȤǤ


ֶ̱Ԥͭɻ񻺤㤤ȯɽФǤ
ʤϢ䤬ͭɻ񻺤㤤äƤȡܤIJ
Ƥ櫓Ǥ

ʤȡϢοϤ˱꤬ޤȡƤ
Ǥ͡

 

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ϡԤϾQʤͤ¿Ȥޤ͡

λ֡󥰤

ձǡҶοƤˤֱκݤϡǶοƤϡ
ʤɤȡ


ȯ˶̤뤳ȤϡȤΤϡۥƥΥС
̤ȹŹʳˤϡȽ̱ŪʤΤδ
ƤȤȤǤ

äƤߤСüĤ侲Ǥ褯ʹ褦ʤո
Ǥ


˺ǶǤϡäƤͤϲȸ˽ФƸ
ļˤǤ⾯ʤȻפΤǤǤ⡢ǯΤʤˤϡ
ͤοͤ¿ȻפΤǤ

ΰ̣Ǥϡȯϡ̱Ф餹Сۤ
ƤȤϻפޤ

ʤΤϡTPO來ޤˡäƤ
ȽǤδŤǤ

ΤȤ⤪ܤä󤫤


ȤƤϡ⤦1ĸȤޤ

äƤΤϲȤޤǤϸʤƤ⡢ꥹ礭
Ȥϡï⤬פȤǤ

ǤϡǼ򤷤ƤߤȻפޤ

񤷤ƤơĤ񤹤С
ʤȻפ뤳ȤϤʤΤǤ礦


ǡǤ礦

Ū¿ϡĤؤʤְΤ
ϤʤǤ礦

ɤƤǤʹȡ

ꥹ꥿ǡ㤤ǤϤʤȸ
줽Ǥ͡


˹ͤƤޤ

⤽ʤΤ⤷ޤ

Ǥ⡢⤦򿼤뤳ȤɬפǤ


ǡ˼䤷ޤ礦

⤷;͵⤬ΤǡλȯԤ줿Ф
10ǯιĤ̲ʡ100ߡ˹Ȥޤݥ졼
Ȥϡ1.5%Ȥޤ礦

ǡ1ǯäȤǡޤ˻⤬ɬפˤʤꡢιĤ˽
Ȥޤ

ιĤؤϡäȤȤǤΤǤ礦


ֹ˻Ǥ⤷ʤ¤ꡢĤϤȽԤ뤫顢
ʤΡפȤʹƤǤ

ΤˡʧݾڤƤޤ

Ǥ

֤Ǥ⡢ʤΤ

ˡ1ǯˡĹ1.5%ǤϤʤ2.5%٤ޤǾ徺
Ȥޤ礦

λˡͭƤĤϡǤ礦

֤狼ʤ

ʤȤ鷺

ιĤäƤ⤤Ȥͤϡ2.5%ʾ
Ǥ礦

ϡǤ͡夬äơȯԤĤΥ
ݥ졼Ȥϡ1ǯ1.5%2.5%˾夬äƤ뤫Ǥ

Ǥ⡢λäƤĤΥݥ졼Ȥϡ1.5%

Ǥ顢λäƤĤ̡100ߡˤäƤͤ
ɤޤ

ʤ㤦Ǥ礦

βʤPȤޤ礦

1.5÷Pᡡ0.025

P=60

Ĥޤꡢ60ߤβʤǤʤΤǤ

ɵ

ͤӤ

η׻ϡְäƤޤʤ
ɤäƤ뤫ȤС̤Pκʬα꤬
θƤʤȤȤǤʣѤСȣ˻Ŧ
ĺʤˤʤޤ

ιĤ㤦ͤΩ줫餹С60ߤθܤФ1.5
ҤС2.5%αݤ뤳ȤǤ
2.5%Υݥ졼ȤĤȯιĤ㤦ΤƱȤˤʤ
ޤâ֤ۤʤΤϡκ̵뤷ޤ

Ǥϡ⤷Ĥ1ǯȤ顢⤽
100ߤäΤ60ߤǤʤȤˤʤꡢ»Ǥ

⡢1.5%2.5%˾徺褦ʾȤϡʵ
ȼäƵ礬¿Ǥ礦顢ϡʵ
ƤΤˡĤͭƤȤˤä»뤳ȤˤʤΤ

Ǥ⡢ĤϡꥹȾ˸ȤǤΤ

ϡֹĤäƤͤ⡢פȸ٤ǤϤʤΤǤ

ޤͭСʤȤϤޤ󤬡Ĥ
񤷤ȤäƤ⡢û򷫤֤褦ʤȤ򤹤Сɡ
ƥ򤷤Ƥ뤳Ȥˤʤꡢѥꥹ⤤ΤʤΤ

ʤȤĤСϡкѤ˾ܤȤɾ
ޤȻפΤǤ



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ХΤϡʵкˡΩǶ⤬̵̤˻Ȥ
ʤ褦ˤ뤿ᡢŰ줹ȸޤ

γʤǤȤϻפʤΤǤ͡

ۥ磻ȥϥΥۡڡϡΤˤʴˤϤʤä
ޤ

Ǥ⡢̱Ρϳο͡ΤꤿȤˡˤ;
ƤʤΤǤ

ʹ̿ǡ饤ɥ硼ԤäƤΤ褦ʡ


Ǥϡƺ̳ʤΥۡڡˬ줿Ȥޤ

⡢ȥʡ̳ĹˤʤäƤ顢ʬʷϵѤä
ޤ

ȥʡ̳ĹϪ٤ä꾯ʤʤäƤ褦ʡ

ĹοʪҲΤμ̿⡢礷ʤСȤƤ⾮


ȥʡ̳ĹAIGΥܡʥٵηǤϡ
ԼݤŦƤޤ͡

ʤ󤫤⤦Ĥβʤ񸫤򤷤̳äΤ褦ˡ
ʤʤäƤޤä褦Ǥ

ο͡AIGۤΥܡʥٵ뤹ΤΤäƤΤǤ
͡

⡢˻ߤ뤳ȤǤʤä

ϡ˲¦ȽȰ¦ǹդ줿Ǥä
ȡš

⤷򥹥ȥåפ顢ʾ٤򵯤ǽ뤫
ȡ

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