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2011ǯ07

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륹ȥ꡼ȥ㡼ʥΥȤˤϡǥåȥ󥰤Υȥ󤬷ǺܤƤơ
ͤѲƤޤ

215֡16ʬ47á

˺äΤʤΤǤ

ꥫͻҤ򸫤ƤȡܤξȤʷϵ㤦ȤˤⵤդǤ
硢ܤǤСܡĤޤ긽դȡޤֵʹˤʤȻפΤǤ
ǤϺ屡ȲäפĤȤǤơФΤȾ屡Ŷ
ơ᤯ˡΧΩߤȸäƤΤǤϤɤʡŤȤȸ᤮Ǥ礦
ˡΧΩɬ󤹤뤫Ťȡ̱γ⡢ٻƤİä᡼
򤷤ơ᤯ˡƤΩ褦˸äƲȡ
ˤƤ⡢֤ˤʤäƤΤǤŤǤ⡢
Ȥ򸫤иۤɡϤʤ
Ŷ񤷤äǤȤפΤǤ

ΤȸСɤɤڶ⤬ĤʤǡꥫϡڶֺѤΤïˤʤΤ
ǡŸƤ뤫ʤΤǤ

Ĥޤꡢäô٤ʤΤ˳ʿͤô٤ʤΤ

˳ʿͤ˺ʾǶʧ碌Τ̵ǤϤΤǤοͤ˻
뤷Ƥʤɤ뤳ȤˤäơϤͤˤô뤳ȤͤƤǤ

󡢤θĤΤޤǡΰǡϤ̣ͤʤΤ̱
ȡñ˹ͤƤְܴۤ㤤ʤǤ礦

ǡɤä⺣ޤǰʾô餦Τ顢ޤǷФäƤŶΩʤΤǤ

ᤤáǥեȤ򤹤뤿˶ޤΰƤݤߤȤȤϡ˳ʿͤˤȤä
ϡǥեȤˤʤäƼʬˤ⤬ٵ뤵ʤΤƱȤǤΤǤɤΤߤ褬
줷ʤǤ顢ϤͤˤȤäƤŶǤʤΤǤ


桹ʤɡμԤ餹СʤȤʤʤΡȡ

ƹǤ⡢İʳϳۤƤʤΤǤݡİ󤿤¤ϿۤƤΤ
礦ɡǧ٤ˡƤϼʬΤΤȡ

ޤ̳ʤ˿мˤʤäƤƤ褦ǤŤϤǤۤ򰮤äƤ
̳ʤǤꡢǥեȤˤǤʤˤ̾ĤȤˤʤ뤫Ǥ

ǡʤȤ⤢äƤդؤޤǵȤäƤΤǤ

֥ǥեȤˤʤä顢ʲȤȡ

㤤ޤ̳٤夲顢ʲϤʤȡФƤΤǤ

Moody's Investors Service said Friday it expects U.S. debt will keep
its AAA credit rating if Congress and the White House work out a deal
that ensures the government doesn't miss payments due to bondholders,
even if it delays others.

֥ࡼǥ϶⤷IJȥۥ磻ȥϥĤͭԤФʧݤ
ȤǤС¾κĸԤФʧ٤Ƥ⡢ȥץAݻ뤳Ȥˤʤͽ
ȡä

ɤפޤ

ɡդؤIJܤ˰Ϥ򤫤ƤߤʤΤʤΤǤʬ
ǤʤǤǤ⡢ҴŪΩΩɾ٤դؤޤǤΤȯ
򤹤ΤǡʤΤʤΤǤ礦

ʬθȤʹ顢ȥץAݻƤ롢ߤȯ򤷤ƤȻפ

ǶᡢꥫΥǥեȤˤʤȡĤ뤳ȤΤǤŤꥷ
ꥫϰ㤦ŤȤǤ

ΤˡȤƹΥ줬ϤޤäƤǤʤǤŤޤƹĤ꤬޾徺
ƤǤʤȤϡΤȤʤΤǤ

褯ͤƲ͡ꥫιĤȾʬϳȤͭΤʤΤǤĤޤꡢ
ǤŤʤȡǡγͭΤΤʤǤϡܤŪ
ʥƤ뤳Ȥ⤴¸ΤǤ礦

Ĥޤꡢ츫¿ȤλٻƤ褦˸륢ꥫιĤ⡢
ʬܤξܤˤäͭƤ뤳ȤʬΤǤ

ǤϡΡܤϡۤ¿ۤΥꥫιĤͭƤΤǤ礦

̥Ū顩

ǤϤʤϤǤξܤȤ⡢Ȥ˼̲ߤβͤ㤯ޤ뤿˰ز򤷡
ηɥǥꥫιĤƤȤäʤΤǤĤޤꡢ̲
βͤ㤯뤿˥ꥫƹĤ̵蘆ƤȤߤ뤳ȤǤΤǤ

顢ꥫˤɤޤ;͵뤫ʤïˤʬʤȤʤΤǤˡ⤦
ǯƹϷоֻ³Ƥ뤳Ȥ˺ƤϤޤ󡣤Ǥ顢Ƴꥷȥ
ꥫεΥϡפäƤۤΥƤǤϤʤ⤷ʤΤǤ

ˤƤ⡢ʹιĤȥץAˤʤꡢιˤߤƤιĤγ
򲼲äƤΤϡǡʤΤʤΤǤ礦


դؤäƤΤ⤤øȻפäå򤪴ꤤפޤ

͵blog󥭥󥰤

Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

ƹǡٰ̳夲ˡƤ̲ᤷΤ¸ΤǤ

ƹεİ󤿤ϡĤ˷迴ΤȤ桹ϥǥեȤ򤹤롢ȡ

ˡƤ̤äȻפäŻפä顢ޤˡƤ屡ݷ褵줿Τ

Ȥλ֤Ǥϡ̡

ܤȤΤʤǡɤۤɤʬʤΤǤ礦椬ʬäƤΤ

äȷвé뤳ȤˤƤߤޤ

褺롢٥ʡĹˡƤ218210Dzķ衣14.3ɥκ
̳ٳۤ夲ˡƤǤ夲0.9ɥ롣ǡΰ夲Ȱ0.917
ɥ70ߡˤκнк︺ƤǤ

屡ϤˡƤ5941ǤΰƤݷ衣屡ϡ̱ޤΥϥ꡼꡼ɵĹ
Ƥ褦ǡ꡼ɵĹˡƤϡ2.5ɥκнк︺Ԥ2012ǯޤǤμǽ
ʤ٤θȤΰ夲ǧΤʤΤȤ

ǡ꡼ɵĹϡʬˡƤ˻ʤȡƹˤϺ񤤹ࡢȶǤ

"This is likely our last chance to save this nation from default."


ɤʤΤǤ礦ޡåȤƹȤȳͿΤ¤ΤΤˤ
ΤǤ礦
ǺǯβƤäʤ뤫⤷ޤ


ǥեȤ򵯤ƤߤʤȵդʤΤȻפå򤪴ꤤפޤ

͵blog󥭥󥰤

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ƹˤȤäXǡäƤޤɤ¦⡢ǸޤޤʤʤƤȤϤʤ
ȻפäƤΤǤϤʤǤ礦

äơǥեȤ򵯤С̱񤵤ΤʬڤäƤ뤫ʤΤǤ
ˤ褯ͤ顢ʬκ񤵤ٵ뤵ʤʤäƤޤǤ

ϡǸˤɬޤ롣顢ʬŶ򤷤Ƥ»ŤʤƹͤƤΤ
ϤʤǤ礦

Ǥ⡢82ˤʤäƤ⡢Ŷ뤳ȤǤʤˤϤɤʤΤǤ礦

ʤä椬ǤǤ顢٤Фʤ12⤹С٤ΰ
夲ǧǤ礦

Ǥ᤿ŤǤ᤿šȤǥǥŤʤƤȤˤϤʤʤΤǤ

֤äơȾ٤줿̤äš

ΤˡϢˮܤʧ˱ʤ֤ä1ȤǤСϺǾ٤ޤ
뤫⤷ޤ󡣤ơȤ⡢Τ褦ʥʥꥪƬҶˤ뤫⤷ʤ
ΤǤ

äƼ괺٤ΰ夲ǧƤäƤ⡢нк︺פˤ
Ƥθ̤Ωʤ¤ꡢϲ褵ƤʤȸäƤ⤤Ǥ

Ĥޤꡢ㤨Ⱦǯꤷ˲᤮ʤŤȡ

դؤϡ˹ͤƤǤΤ褦٤³ƹιĤФ
ơ̤ƤΤޤޥȥץAͿ³ƤΤȡ

դؤȤΤϡޤƹĤ̰ƤȤï⤬ǧȤʤΤǤ
ΤǤ礦

ʥСιιĤ顢դȥåפ

֥꡼ޥ󥷥åȤ⡢षդإ֥̤ơƹĤ줿

ΤˡǤ礭ΤϤΤȤǤΤǤųդؤȤΤϡƹϢ
ˮܤΤդǾȤư򤷤ƤʤΤǤĤޤꡢʬ
դؤȤƻŻǤΤϡʬΤȤǧƤ줿ϢˮܤΤǤΤ
ΰвͤκķï㤯ɾ뤳ȤǤǤ礦

⤷դ򲼤뤳ȤСïܤߤƤʬ褦ʽʻѲ
äȤʤΤǤ

ǤϡƤ뤳ȤϡɤǤ礦

ƹιϤ82򶭤˵ޤ㲼򤹤ǤϤޤ󡣤٤αƶϢˮ
ܤڶ򤹤뤳ȤǤʤʤСڶֺѤǤʤʤ뤳Ȥ櫓Ǥ
ơڶμŪ˲ޤ븫̤ΩʤΤǤСšϳդ򲼤
ʤȤˤϡդؤȤƳʹդʤȤˤʤΤǤ

顢դؤȤƤϡҤäȤï٤˰夲ǧߤ
ȡܳŪʺפԤäߤȻפäƤ뤫⤷ʤΤǤ

Ǥ⡢񤷤ʤȡ󤯤ʤ˳դǽ礭
Ǥ

ºݤ˳դ줿Ȥޤ礦ɤʱƶФǤ礦

ܤξˤϡؤɱƶϤʤäɡš

ɬդ⤯ʤܤιĤϡ㤤ʤΤǤԤ
СơꥫϰȤƥʥСȤȤ餹СޤƹĤɱ
뤳ȤʤȤθΤǤšǤ⡢ȤοʤơѤ
ΤʤΤǤ⤷ïƹĤäѤ餤Ť򸫤ïšˡⱿѼ
ܵǿۤʤޤǤ⡢ʬʤФʤˡȥץAʳˤ
ϤƤʤʤɤȽ񤤤ƤСϤƹĤؤ񤬤ǤʤʤΤϤΤȤʤ
Ǥ

ҤäȤ顢ƹĤ˽ȤʥꥪäƤȤ뤫⤷ʤ
ΤǤơ⤷οͤΥʥꥪŪ椷

԰ʾ֤ˤȹͤǤ礦

äơϡƲΤȤΤ˶Ĵ򤹤ϤǤƤȤϻפΤǤ
šǤ⡢äư¿ƤȡѤäơưʤäȤȿư礭ʤȻ
ΤǤ


äȤФʡŤȴƤ͡å򤪴ꤤפޤ

͵blog󥭥󥰤

Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

ƹκ̳٤ΰ夲Фǡ̤ǤǤ⡢äѤϻߤʤ
ȻפΤǤ

κ̳٤ΰ夲ˤĤơꥫͤϤɤƤΤǤ礦͡nprʬפ
ޤΤǡҲפޤ


㥱꡼
ǤϡΤ֤ʬϤ뤿ƤƤΤϡNPRԤΥޥ鎥
饤ǤϤޥ顣


Ϥ륤

㥱꡼
ΰƤϤɤΰ̤ΥƤΤƤ館뤫顣Ĥޤꡢ̱ޤȶޤΰ
ϡĤȤнк︺Ԥ褦ˤʤäƤ뤱ɡɤ줬ΤդǤƤΤ


͡դƤǤϤʤΡĤդƤΤ⤢뤱ɡ1.5ɥ뤫
ΡťХǥ󥰥롼פ餫ˤƤ¤ĤΡζް
ϡĤʬƤϥ꡼꡼ɤΰƤϰĤˤޤȤ褦ȤΤ衣ϥ꡼꡼ɤ
Ƥϡȥե˥򽪤餻1ɥDZФ뤳ȤޤޤƤ
ްϡ򤤤ȻפäƤ뤱ɡ

ΰƤˤĤƸ뤳ȤϡξȤ⡢򤷤Ƥ뤳ȤȤ
⡢ɤΰƤ⡢ݸλʤ٤ˤĤƤι¤ŪѳפޤޤƤʤʤΡ

㥱꡼
轵ˤơ֡Τȥ١ʡĹդˤߤȤäǤ硣ΰ
ϡϴˤʤʤäƤΡ


͡ߤǤϤΰƤϴˤʤȤϤäƤ⡢ɤĶƤФƤƤ⡢ۤ
ɤϤξƤ̤ߤʤΤɡĤޤꡢΤȥ١ʡĹŶƤΤ褦ʡ
顢ǸˤϡμߤʤΤˤʤꤽ˸뤱ɡ

չ̱ͤȤΥԡʹɡŶ褦Ȥ
򼨤ȤΤǤϤʤʬȷ֤äޤΤƥ
Dz񸫤򤹤ΤˡʤȤʤƹ̱ϻפäƤʤäȻפΡ

㥱꡼
͡θ褦ˡͤȤ⼫ʬȤ֤褤֤
³Ƥ뤱ɡɡޤǤΩ줬ѤäƤʤȤȤ͡ΤϤޤ
˾Ǥ١ʡĹȲζްϡ٤ݤƤ뤱ɡ


ΤȤΤϰ礭ʼĥƤϥ졼Τ
Τϥ졼ΤäȤ򿿻ƹ̱ˤꤤΤ衣IJΥС
ä򤫤ߤȡ졼ΤȤɡ졼Τή줬Ѥä
Τ衣ξˤϡޤȿʬʤǤ⡢١ʡĹΥȤϺ롢ߤޤäƤ
ޤäߤɡ
֤ͤΤȤܤǽ뤿ϡɬפʤΤ衣
Ǥ⡢βǽϤ褦ˤϸʤ١ʡĹϡʬǤٻ
ʤ⤷ʤ¿ζްΩӤʤȤषݤƤ뤷ϥ꡼꡼
ΰƤϡ屡̲᤹Τɬפ60ɼ븫ߤϤʤ

㥱꡼
ȤȤϡޤǤïԤˤʤꤽʤΡ


͡ޤȸʤȤʤʡޤ׵ФơĤⶦޤΰƤ
äƤ͡褺ˡΤ̳٤ˤĤǤ׵ᤷ
Ρȸäϡнк︺ޤ׵᤬̤äơϡ̳
ΰ夲ˤϡ夲ۤƱϤκнк︺᤿ǧ줿ƺ
ϡˡƤˤǤޤʤ褦׵ᤷƤơǧ줽꡼ɤ
Ƥˤ١ʡΰƤˤǤޤƤʤ顣ް礭ʵʧä
Τ衣˴ؤƤϡΰƤٻΨ⤤顣ǡΤϡ
ưƤ褦˸Ρǥ١ȤǤϤǤϤʤ⤷ʤĴˤ
С̱ΤΰƤٻƤ͵ؤФǤޤѹեץȤ
ĤɡޤȤδطǤϡΤȤΩäƤ褦ˤϸʤɡ

㥱꡼
͡Τϡ롢̱˰˰Ƥȸä̱ϡɤ餫Ǥ
餻ΤʡŻ֤⤽ۤɻĤƤʤ


⤷ǥեȤˤʤä顢¿ι̱ޤ񤹤ȤĴˤʤäƤ뤱ɡ
ϥߥ꡼ǥ󥰤ˤʤ뤫⤷ʤȻפޤǤ뤫⤷ʤ
ɡΤȳǤ礦äơΤɬפȤƤ顣ƹ
γդСơβǽ礭ʤäƤ褦˸Τɡк
ˤȤäƥ᡼ǤФǤʤŪˤ⡢ĤޤΤˤȤäƤ᡼ˤʤǤ礦
͡

ƹĤγդ줿αƶˤĤơʸȻפΤǤ
ϡ礭ʱƶͿȻפäƤޤ

ʤƤϤޤ


ǥեȤ򵯤Сꥫι̱ϥåǤȻפå򤪴ꤤ
ޤ

͵blog󥭥󥰤

Υȥ꡼ϤƤʥ֥åޡɲ

ХΤ̱˸ơǥåȥ󥰤ΰ夲ʤƤޤ

ޤδطԤä򤹤ǤԿẔ̣́˰Τ褦˻פޤ

ˤϡǤ³ߤȴäƤΤǤ礦ǤĥФ
Ŷ򤹤뤳Ȥ򤷤ʤСɷкѤ˴٤졢ﳲΤϼʬʤΤˡ

ˤϲȤʤȻפäƤΤǤ礦

ˤƤ⡢ХΤΥԡʹƲꥫξ褯ʬޤ

Good evening.  Tonight, I want to talk about the debate weve been having in
Washington over the national debt -- a debate that directly affects the lives of
all Americans.

֤Фϡϡ亮ȥǹԤäƤκ̳˴ؤˤĤä򤷤Ƥι̱
ľܱƶǤ

ά

For the last decade, weve spent more money than we take in.  In the year 2000,
the government had a budget surplus.  But instead of using it to pay off our debt,
the money was spent on trillions of dollars in new tax cuts, while two wars and an
expensive prescription drug program were simply added to our nations credit card.

ֲ10ǯ֡桹ϼʾ˻ٽФƤ2000ǯˤܤκϹäڶ
ʧ˽ƤˡʸǤ˲ɥΤ⤬ٽФ줿ǡ2٤ȹۤʽե
󤬤ꡢڶ䤷Ǥä

ά

I wont bore you with the details of every plan or proposal, but basically, the debate
has centered around two different approaches.

ָ߸ƤƤƤΰƤˤĤƾܤä򤹤ĤϤʤŪˤ2ĤΥץ

The first approach says, lets live within our means by making serious, historic
cuts in government spending.  Lets cut domestic spending to the lowest level its
been since Dwight Eisenhower was President.  Lets cut defense spending at the
Pentagon by hundreds of billions of dollars.  Lets cut out waste and fraud in health
care programs like Medicare -- and at the same time, lets make modest adjustments
so that Medicare is still there for future generations.  Finally, lets ask the wealthiest
Americans and biggest corporations to give up some of their breaks in the tax code
and special deductions.

ֺǽΥץϡܤλٽФ︺ϰϤ褷褦ȤΤǤ롣ٽгۤ򡢥
ϥκǤ㤤ˤ褦ȡڥ󥿥ηɥ︺褦ȡǥΤ褦
ͽޤޤ̵̤亾ŪʤΤȡơǥ³褦ˡʬ褦ȡ
ƺǸˡ͵ʡʹ̱ȤФơ»θǤδ餫Ƥ餪ȡ


This balanced approach asks everyone to give a little without requiring anyone
to sacrifice too much.  It would reduce the deficit by around $4 trillion and put
us on a path to pay down our debt.  And the cuts wouldnt happen so abruptly
that theyd be a drag on our economy, or prevent us from helping small businesses
and middle-class families get back on their feet right now.

֤ζѹեץϡï˲ʵ򶯤ΤǤϤʤôˡǤ롣ˤ
ä4ɥֻ︺ֺ̳Ѥεƻ˾褻褦ˤΤǤ롣︺ϡкѤͿƶ
ٴȤήβͤ޷˹ԤȤϤʤ

This approach is also bipartisan.  While many in my own party arent happy with
the painful cuts it makes, enough will be willing to accept them if the burden is fairly
shared.  While Republicans might like to see deeper cuts and no revenue at all,
there are many in the Senate who have said, Yes, Im willing to put politics aside
and consider this approach because I care about solving the problem.  And to his
credit, this is the kind of approach the Republican Speaker of the House, John Boehner,
was working on with me over the last several weeks.


֤ΥץɤĶΤǤ롣ޤΤʤˤ⡢ˤߤȼнХåȤȿФԤ¿
⤷ôʿǤлȤԤʬ¸ߤ롣ްϡнк︺䤷
ǤϤʤͤβͤơŪʤȤϤκƤ֤ƤȤޤξ屡
⤤ֻȤȤƯƤĹΤ١ʡΰƤ⤳Τ褦ʤΤ

The only reason this balanced approach isnt on its way to becoming law right now
is because a significant number of Republicans in Congress are insisting on a
different approach -- a cuts-only approach -– an approach that doesnt ask the
wealthiest Americans or biggest corporations to contribute anything at all.  And
because nothing is asked of those at the top of the income scale, such an approach
would close the deficit only with more severe cuts to programs we allcare about –-
cuts that place a greater burden on working families.


֤ζѹեץ̤ˡƤʤΤϡޤ¿εİȤϰäƤĥƤ
нХåȥ꡼ץǤ롣Ĥޤꡢ͵ʡʹ̱Ȥˤϲι׸ʤƤ
ꥫκǤ¿ؤ˲ʤˡֻκ︺ϡä³礭︺뤳
ˤäƤΤߡĤޤꡢϫƯԤβ礭ô򤫤ƹԤȤˤʤ


ά

Understand –- raising the debt ceiling does not allow Congress to spend more
money.  It simply gives our country the ability to pay the bills that Congress has
already racked up.  In the past, raising the debt ceiling was routine.  Since the 1950s,
Congress has always passed it, and every President has signed it.  President Reagan
did it 18 times.  George W. Bush did it seven times.  And we have to do it by next
Tuesday, August 2nd, or else we wont be able to pay all of our bills.

ֺ̳٤夲ȤȤϡIJ񤬤äȤȤȤǧΤǤϤʤñˡIJ񤬤
ǤѤ߾夲ڶλʧǽˤΤȤ̳٤ΰ夲ϡޤڤäȤ
ǧƤ1950ǯʹߡ˵IJˡΧ̲ᤵΤ̾Ƥ졼Τ
18󡢥֥åΤ7̾桹82ޤǤˤ򤷤ʤФʤʤʤ˱
뤳ȤǤʤʤ


Unfortunately, for the past several weeks, Republican House members have essentially
said that the only way theyll vote to prevent Americas first-ever default is if the rest of
us agree to their deep, spending cuts-only approach. 

ԹʤȤˡ֡ޤεİϡꥫνƤΥǥեȤ򤹤뤿˼ʬ
ΤϡнХåȥ꡼ץ˻ĤεİȼĥƤ

If that happens, and we default, we would not have enough money to pay all of
our bills -– bills that include monthly Social Security checks, veterans benefits,
and the government contracts weve signed with thousands of businesses.

֤⤷ǥեȤ򵯤С񤬤Ƥʧ٤⤬ʤȤˤʤ롣ˤϡμ
ݾ䡢ǯ⡢ܤȼΤ벿Ȥͤ񤬴ޤޤƤ

For the first time in history, our countrys AAA credit rating would be downgraded,
leaving investors around the world to wonder whether the United States is still a good
bet.  Interest rates would skyrocket on credit cards, on mortgages and on car loans,
which amounts to a huge tax hike on the American people.  We would risk sparking
a deep economic crisis -– this one caused almost entirelyby Washington.

˾ơȥץAγդǤȤϡƹĤϰʤΤ
ȻפǤ쥸åȥɤ佻󡢰ϥζ޾徺̱˰ݤǤ
ʷкѴζ⤢롣亮ȥȤΤǤʤΤǤ

So defaulting on our obligations is a reckless and irresponsible outcome to this debate. 
And Republican leaders say that they agree we must avoid default.  But the new approach
that Speaker Boehner unveiled today, which would temporarily extend the debt ceiling
in exchange for spending cuts, would force us to once again face the threat of default just
six months from now.  In other words, it doesnt solve the problem. 

ֽäơǥեȤ򵯤ΤϡϤ̵ǤޤΥ꡼ϡǥեȤ򤷤ʤ
ʤʤȤȤˤϹդȸ١ʡ᤬餫ˤƤϡнХåȤȰ
ˡŪ˺̳٤ĹΤΤǤ롣ΤᡢȾǯ⤹СޤǥեȤδ
롣Ĥޤꡢ褹뤳ȤˤϤʤʤΤ


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Firms Are Doing Well, So Why Aren't They Hiring?

ִȶӤϤΤˡοͤۤʤΤ

Ѥϡ١ȤƲʤɤƤ륢ꥫǤö8%㲼
Ψޤ9%˵ꤷƤʤΤǤ

Ĥϡꥫ饢ɥХʤˤ뤳Ȥ¿ܤǤ顢κݥꥫ˥
ɥХǤ⤷ƤǡʤΤǤ礦

ä˥եɤο͡˸ʤʤ顢ɤʥɥХ򤹤Τɤɤ
졩ϡư򤷤

ޤԤϤɤǤϤʤΤǤΤʤмٳۤΰ夲ޤޤʤ
ʤΤǤ

ǤϡͻϡäϡQE2ͽ̤˻ߤƤޤäΤѤ餺
³ƤʤΤǤŤǤ⡢̤ϥޥȤʤƤѤФ
Ϥʤȡ

ˤƤ⡢ǶᡢƹǤϴȶӤƤ餷ΤǤ

Drug company Abbott Labs, up 50 percent they said yesterday.
United Technologies, which make elevators and aircraft engines,
up 19 percent. Harley Davidson said motorcycles sales are up;
their earnings more than doubled.

ۤۤʲҤ⡢١䥨󥸥Ҥ⡢ơȥХβҤ٤Ƥ
ΤǤ͡
Ǥ⡢ʲԤʼ򤹤ΤǤ

I'm trying to figure that out. I mean if the construction
industry is lousy, youve got an elevator company making profits,
youve people that aren't spending a lot of money and yet
Harley Davidson has more profits on motorcycles. What's going
on there?

ְ̣褯ʬʤΤšĤޤꡢ߶Ȥ󤤾ˤΤ˥١βҤ
Ȥ͡ȤʤΤˡǤϡ졼ӥåɥϥȥХ٤
ΤʬʤäƤΡ

ϡͳʬǤ礦ΡƹδȶӤϲƤΤ

But the reason the bottom lines are getting fatter is one,
these big companies are getting a lot more of their business
from overseas now. Many big companies - the typical big company
sells more than half its stuff somewhere else, and particularly
in China and other emerging markets business is really, really
good.

ϡǻȤԤȤƤΤǡ٤褦ˤʤäƤΤȡäʤ
кѹǤ夲Ĵȡ

But another reason is that companies are pursuing relentless
cost cutting, getting more out of each hour of work so even
little increases in sales mean really big profits.

ơ⤦ͳäơȺ︺䤨֤ʤȤǤ뤫ȡλʬ
뤳ȤˤäơפФμˤʤäȤȤΤ褦ʤΤǤ

Ǥ⡢ʤСǤϲΥꥫβҤϿͤۤʤΤȤ䤬Ƭ褮
ʤΤǤǡΤȤʲԤ䤹ȡѤβ٤ɤǶǤϿʥ쥤
դޤƤΤȤ

I think there are a couple of reasons. One is they're simple
not confident that there's demand for their product. There's
a lot of uncertainty, not only about the economy but about
government policy.

ĤͳȤƤϡȤԤ˸̤ΩƤ뤳ȤǤʤȡϤ
ٳۤΰ夲ɤʤ뤫꤫ǤϤʤǤ

And then many of them are still finding ways to increase
productivity, pushing people to work harder, some using new
technology, some with outsourcing and we dont seem to be
at the end of that string yet.

ͳϤǤϤʤȡ¿δȤϤʤȺ︺ˤäθؤ
Ƥ뤫ʤΤȤΤǤ

ʤΤǤ줳ƹθѲ٤餻ƤθǤΤǤĤޤꡢǡ
˿ͼ򸺤餷뤳Ȥǽˤ뤫ɬ˹ͤƤ뤫顢ʤʤͤۤȤ
ΤǤ

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Ǥ⡢ʤȤȦϤޤ󡣲ΤʤСäƥȤκ︺ݶ
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顢ͼ꤬פˤʤäƤޤǤ礦

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