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ͤϰȤȤǤΡХ֥뤬ƤƤܤꤷƤΤǤС⤦ߤȤΤǤˡ㤨GDPοΨˤ⤽줬ȿǤǤ礦

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ֺѴ¤äƤΤֺѤ뤳ȤǤʤն⤬̤¸ߤƤơԷбĤ˿ʱƶڤܤƤΤǤϤʤȿۤƤꡢäơ԰¤ݤ̣Ǿ嵭μȯˤʤä褦ʤΤǤ

Ǥ⡢ɤܤϤ֤ǤʤΤɤƤǤ礦

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ΤˡɽǤ뤫⤷ޤХ֥뤬ƤȡƤȤϤäƤ⡢εϤϤĤƤܤƹۤɤǤϤʤΤǤޤޤϾȡԤͻĹɺĸΨ⡢ޤ45ˤȤɤޤΤǤϤȤ⤢ΤǤɺĸΨǸС㤨к10ǯʾκڤ˹⤫äȡ

ȤȤǡθǤϤʤΤǤޤޤȥǽʵϤǤꡢˤäкѤ뤳ȤϤʤǤȻפΤǤ

񤬥ԥå򳫺Ť4ǯⳫŤŤơ¿ͤϤˬŤλѤܤΤĤƤϢۤΤǤܤǥХ֥뤬ƤΤϤޤޤΤȤäΤǤ

ܤǤϡΤ1975ǯ夫ԶοޤäƤΤǤľϥߥ˥Х֥褷ƤΤ¤ǤϤβʤ徺ơԾǡ¦ϳݤƨʤ褦ˤȡФϥ磻ʤɤϢƹԤäꤷƤΤǤǤϿʤǤȤǤ

ܤǥХ֥뤬ƤΤϡθ15ǯۤɤФäƤΤȤʤΤǤäơϺǵƤ븽ݤϥߥ˥Х֥˲᤮ΥХ֥ϺäФäƤ顢ĤޤкѤƹкѤɤȴˤäƤȻפΤǤ

ȸäƤ⡢кѵϤǥꥫɤȴˤʤСïäͭĺŷˤʤȤΤǤΤȤˤʤäΥХ֥뤬ȯǤ礦ơȿưͽۤǤʤΤ
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Ǥϡܤκ̳¾ˤ⡢Ƕ⤬ˤʤäƤȸޤθݤܤǵȤƱǤ㤦̤⤢ΤǤ˽वܤ롢ĤޤʤǤ
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ǡΰ̿ͤǶ˽л񤹤뤫ȸС㤯ơΰʪ⤤ΤǡβܸͤꤷƤޤȤΤǤ

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ޤɤΰܵɤ̤Ȥơǰ̤ǥեǤϤʤȤʤ˸ܤȤ٤ˤ̱ʤΤ褦ʤΤǤƤΤȤϡȥʡ̳ĹκΥܥĤΥԡǤⴶ줿ΤǤ

ȥʡ̳ĹȸСХȯ­ľλǤϡ񤬰ؤƤΤϿƤȯܤӤޤ̱λٻդ褦ȤΤȻפޤХȯ­Ʊˡȥʡ̳ĹθȡϰžΤǤơȽ⡢ष˵ȤȤ¿ʤäΤǤ

ȤȤǡ󥪥ХΤ򸷤ȽƤΤ⡢ҤȤˤǤΤȤȻפΤǤ

ơ⤦İݤ˻ĤäƤ뤳Ȥޤϡ¿οͤƱ褦˴Ƥ뤫⤷ޤ󤬡ХΤƹ¤Ȳ󵢤¡ʤǮդ򼨤Ƥ뤳ȤǤΤˡƹΥӥå3ɤꡢʤȤʤᤷΤ륢ꥫ¤ȡʤɤ̤ǹ󵢴ȤФ֤ͥͿȡסæȤꥫäƤ褦ˤʤꡢʤиѤΤǤϤȴԤΤǤ礦

ܤʷϵǸСȤγæСĤޤƶ򤱤̤ʤݤȻפΤˡǤϲΥХΤϼΤȸСǶᡢϫƯԤοͷϵƭ뷹ˤꡢޤȥ饤ʤɤ⤢ꡢȡǹͤɬž¤ĤȤϸ¤ʤȤȤΤ褦ʤΤǤ

ˡäȽʤȤäƤΤǤХΤϡƹϫƯԤϫƯԤ10ܤȸΤǤ

ȯĴ٤ƤߤȥХΤȼιͤȤ⡢ɤ⥢ꥫȤΰոǤΤǤ

ΤˡƹϫƯԤ10ܤ⤤ʤ顢ϫƯԤοͷƹͤ1/10ǤäƤ⡢¤ȤϤʤˤʤäƤޤΤǤΤʤСʿŪƹϫƯԤʿŪϫƯԤ10ܤƯ򤹤ΤǤСԤԤ10ܤεͿäƤǤ뤫Ǥ

ȤʤСɽŪ˰¤褦˸οͷ⡢Ϥ̥ۤϤΤΤǤϤʤȤȤǡʤСޤƹäƹϫƯԤۤȤˤ褦ȡ

ϤεǤΥХΤȤƹȤΰոɤפޤ

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ܤδȤ⡢æФʤϼʤȤϻߤ᤿ȤȤʤΤǤ礦

Ǥ⡢¿δȤϡܲȤƤϼ¼ŪˤⳤϫƯԤοͷ¤ȼ´ƤΤǤǽΨʤɤŪȽǤƤäǤǤʤС虜虜æФ뤳ȤʤɤʤΤǤ

ȤǡϡܤΥӥȤȤΤ򤴾ΤǤ礦

ӥȤȤäƤ⤤Ǥ礦䤬Τϡǯ椬ܴطԤä˴ؿ򼨤ƤǤ

ʤΤǤܤΥӥȤϡ㤤Τǡ夲뤳ȤʤƤȤ˵ƤƤΤǤǡ夲뤿ˤϡϥѥʤɤѤơŤʤơ

ޤϡѥγѤȽΤǤϤʤΤǤŤȸäơȤΰijФߤ˲Ǥ⤫Ǥѥ󤵤ƳͥåȤˤĤʤС¨夬ʤƹͤñ㤵ˤä򴶤ƤޤΤǤ

ʤȤơ㤨ФɤȱŹ夬ΡܵҤ̾ѥǴơˤϱĶѤΤϤǤ롩

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¤ϡܤϫƯȤ⡢ƥꥫλȤ⡢ΰ̣Ϥ㤨Ƥ붲줬ΤǤ

ޤ񤷤򤹤ˡ⤽⥢ꥫͤϫƯԤͤϫƯԤ10ܤ⤤Ȥĥɤޤ

äʹȡꥫͤʤ顢ФꤪϤ椤Ȥ򤷤ʤǤ礦äѤꥢꥫϥʥСȡ

ͤϡäɤΤ褦˴Ǥ礦ͤϫƯԤϡꥫͤϫƯԤ1/10ƯʤʥХʡ

ǤϡΩΩܿͤ餹Сμĥɤɾ٤Ǥ礦

Τˡ㤨Хӥ롦ĤȤƥ֥֡ʤɤΤȤͤȡꥫͤΤʤˤ϶ä٤ǽäͤΤϡΤȤʤΤǤ礦ŤʿѤȡۤɤΰ㤤ϤʤΤǤϤʤǤ礦ޤ줬üʺǽפϫƯԤξǤСΨܤ⤤Ȥ⤢Ǥ礦㤨СѥȤΩƤꡢĤ¤ꡢϥСӡͷäꤹŻˤơꥫͤͤ10ܤǽΨʤɤȤȤΤ

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ΰǡºݤ׾Ȥ̣ǤƹϫƯԤϫƯԤ10ܤȤΤǤΤǤ

ξΡפΰ̣褯򤹤ɬפΤǤ

ȤϡǤ礦QŪʰ̣ǤϡΨȤǽΨȤäȤ̣ǤŪ˻ФȤϡΤ褦ʼˤʤäƤΤǤ

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Ǥϡ̤ϫƯ̤dzäΤȤȤǤ顢1ñϫƯ߽Ф̤ؤǤդʤФʤʤΤϡξñ̤ϡޤǤղòͤɽȤȤʤΤǤղòͤȤϡñʪ˴βͤդȤȤǤ

ĤޤꡢͤϫƯԤξˤϡʤ1ϫƯˤä10ñ뤳ȤǤΰǡꥫϫƯԤξˤ10ñ뤳ȤǤƤ⡢ͤΤ10ñ̤ʤβͤ10ɥˤ᤮¾ǥꥫϫƯԤ10ñ̤ʤˤ100ɥβͤĤʤСꥫϫƯԤϡͤ10ܤˤʤǤ

󡢤κݡꥫͤʤʼʤɤͥƤͤΤǤƱʼʤäƤʤȤͤΤǤǤϡΡꥫͤʤʤ10ܤβͤդΤϡꥫʤϡꥫϫƯԤοͷ񤬹⤤ˡ10ܤβʤդʤΤȤʤΤǤ

ȤȤǡϫƯȸդϡºݤλŻǽΨ򼨤⤢뤬ºݤˤϡƹϫƯԤοͷȤȿǤ礬¿ȤȤ˵դɬפΤǤ

ĤޤꡢܤΥӥȤƤ㤤ȤΤϡܤΥӥȤ˷Ȥ͡ǽΨȤȤǤϤʤñ˲ԤʤȤ⤷ʤΤǤ

ȤʤСꥫϫƯԤ10ܹ⤤Ȥ¤ϡ֤٤ȤǤϤʤȤʬΤǤñ˥ꥫϫƯԤοͷ񤬹⤤顢⤤Ȥ˸⤷ʤΤǤ

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¤Ȥ󵢤Ȥ˿򺹤ϤʤΤǤڴѤϤǤʤΤǤͤεͿबäȤäȾ夬ʤȤˤϡƹ¤ȤϤʤȸ٤Ǥ礦



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Ȥ鲿λŻ­ƤΤǤ礦Į¼Ȥ»ܤƤ⡢ͼ­ȯǤʤΤȤ

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Ȥΰ츫˸ϰϡ֤襤ϰǤΤǤȤΤ⡢ͼ­ƤΤϡҤäϰǤ쥭νʤɻŻϴǤ⤢ΤΡɬפʺȰγݤ񤷤ƺȰγݤ񤷤ΤǿͷϹƭ롢ȡ

ޤȤǡδڳϹʵ褷ƤȤΤǤ֥ʪԤ⤤ΤҤƤ롢ȡ

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¤ϡʤɤϤǥХ֥ʵ򼨤ƤȤäϡޤǥƥӤʤɤǤ;󤸤ƤʤäΤǤ

ΤǤ礦񤷤ΤǤ礦͡ϤοͤѤȤ᡼ƤޤȤϤο͡ʵʤ顢षäߤ㤦ȤˤϤʤʤȤ

ˤƤ⡢衢ϤηкѤϤɤʤΤǤ礦ʵ뤳Ȥˤäƿ͡赤ŤƤθ̤ˤڤ֤ȤԤǤΤǤ礦

⤷Ϥηʵɤˤޤǵڤ֤ȤˤʤС˴ʤäˤϤǤʤΤǤкѤ̤˴ؤƤϾ뤵᤹ȤȤǡäǤϤʤΤǤ

Τˡ쥭ˤĹǯͽꤸ졢θ̤礭Ǥ礦ĤޤꡢϤڻȤˤ͡βϵפ֤˽ᤦȤǤ礦ơäƲᤦΤǾȯХ֥褹ΤǤϡ줬ʤƤӿ̤߽ФɤǤΤǤ

ϡڴѤϵʤȻפΤǤΤʤС̵¤˻פ봤㪤ν⡢ĤϽޤ뤫ǤȡĮ¼ˤäƤϡʳŤʤɤȤ³Ǥ礦ڹ̤ϾĸΤϳμ¤Ǥ뤫Ǥ

ˡڤʤȤ˺ƤϤʤޤ

ڹλŻǡڳ夲Ū˿ӡäơطԤϡǡˤʵ褯ʤäȤˤʤΤǤŲ̤ơܤ٤ƤΤȡ

Τڹޤڹˤäơ㤨СϰϤβͤΤ٤ȤȤǤϤʤΤǤ㤨С󤹤뤳ȤˤäϤˤ뤳ȤǤꡢԳϤ¤뤳ȤСʲͤ¤ȸΤǤ礦쥭νȤΤϡ˲줿ʬĮ򸵤ξ֤᤹˲᤮ʤǤ󡢤ΤڻȤФΤ餪⤬ٵ뤵ǤΤ⡢伫ΤǶڶˤäŤƤ˲᤮ʤΤǤ

󥺤ηкѳؤ򿮤ͤ餹СޤǤʵΤˤڤʤȤʤΤȼĥǤ礦Τʤ顢󥺤ϡñϲ򷡤餻ƺƤ᤹褦ʻŻǤкѲΤˤͭѤʤΤȿܤ˼ĥǤ

Ǥ⡢ñ˷򷡤äƤޤŻ˹񤬤ٵ뤹ΤǤСñˡͿΤȲ㤦ȤϤʤΤǤΡʹ԰٤ʵΤñˡï٤˳ϫƯԤ˺ʬۤǤϤʤΤȡ

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ϡΤ褦ؤɿޤ󡣿ηкѤβϡʬǽϤޤǤϼ¸ʤȡΤǽϤ뤿ˡפ򴭵뤳Ȥפ̤ȤˤƤ⡢Ǥ̤Ǥϲ褹뤳ȤϤʤΤǤäѤꡢ٤Ƥ줬ץ򤷤äǤΩƤޤǤϡкѤμΩϴԤʤΤǤ

̤򤫤ĤϤʤΤǤźϤΥХʵ٤ƤΤϡǶȼڶ˰㤤ʤǤ顢ǶȼڶʬϤηʵ褯ʤäƤ⡢ȤΤʤΤǤ

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Ǥ顢ХΤ⤽ΤȤ˴ؤơ¦˽ʤäФǤΨʤȤ򤹤ʤ衢ȡʤȤ򤹤СƹȤۤäƸᤴˤϤʤΤ顢ȡ

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Τˤʻ⤬ɬפȤʤǤΤΤȤꡢƹϡƷ˸ä̵̤κ︺ؤƤȤΤΤ褦ʤ⤬ɤФƤΤ

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ʤΤǤХΤϡ˺︺ˤä⤤ȾʬкѤΩľѤȸäƤΤǤ

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ĤޤꡢƹϥȻΩƤ;͵ʤɤʤȤȤǤ餪ꤤۥॺ褦ʤȤϤƤʡȡäơܰդǤϤʤȡ

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Ȥ֤ĤꤿʤƻפäƤʤΤˡΥɷ㤹뤳Ȥ򤹤Τȡƹ񤫤餹Сɷ㤷ƤΤϥ¦ȡ

ͤʬꤺ餤Ǥ礦

ɤäɷ㤷Ƥ褦ˤ⸫ŤڤʤȤ˺ƤϤޤ

Τˡ󤬳˳ȯ򤹤뤳Ȥˤäơ󤫤ƹϻɷƤΤǤֻɷ㤵ƤΤϡƹȤ⥤ΤФ˰֤륤饨ǤΤǤ饨ϡγ˳ȯѿ˼ߤƤ롢ȡΤ줬ʬ뤫ȸС饨뼫Ȥγ˳ȯϼ¸Ω򶼤ΤȸäƤ뤫ǤĤޤꡢ饨ϤĤǤ⥤򹶷ǤƤ롢ȡ

β桹鸫СʤȤ֤äʤȤ

饨ȥδ֤ˤϡѤʶĥطȯƤΤǤơƹϻΤơζĥȯŸʤ褦ˤȵȤäƤΤǤˡ饨¦ϲȻٱƶƤƹǤ顣ΤȤͤʤФޤ󤷡

ȤȤǡɤˤ饨ͨ᤿ƹȤƤϡ饨äƥ¦˳˳ȯߤ᤿ȤȤʤΤǤ礦

Ǥ⡢ϥ饨ƹǤäơȤƤϡ˳ȯΩʤǤȹͤƤΤǤ礦Ρʬ˳ȯߤʤФʤΤ饨ǤˤͭƤ뤫鶯٤ǤǤϤʤΤȡ

Ĥޤꡢϳ˳ȯߤ뤳ȤʤɹͤƤʤȤȤǤ礦ȸäƥȤƤ⡢ޤǤ뵤Ϥʤ顢ۥॺºݤˤĤϤʤ⤷ʤƹEUкۤͤդ줿ޤޤˤƤȤǤʤȡ餫й֤ɬפǤ롢ȡ

ǽФƤΤۤȤĤǤΤǤ󤫤θ͢ػߤȤΤǤСʬ顢͢жػߤáĤƤǤϤʤȡ

EUΤʤǤ㤨Хꥢʤɤϥ͢礭äƤǤ顢줬ʤ͢ǤʤʤСꥢкѤˤȤäƤѤǷˤʤϤǤǤΤȡդ˥϶򤫤褦ȤΤǤ

ˤƤ⤽äƥ󤬵ۤݤȤʤСϤۥॺɬפʤʤΤǤΤʤС⤽⥤󤬸͢ФߤƤޤСδΩġȡ

ơ󤬥ۥॺǽʤСΤȤʤƹʤɤŪȿ򤹤ɬפʤʤȤȤǡɥѥβǽϤʤʤǤơʤХȤƤϡޤ̤˳ȯʤ褦ȤǤΤǤ

ϡοŸ򥤥饨뤬ɤͤ뤫ȤȤʤΤǤ

ܼϡˤȤ⡢饨ˤȹͤ򤷤䤹⤷ʤ
ΤǤ

ѹƹϡŪаޤƧޤơʿ¼¸ΤˤäܵƯɬפΤǤϤʤǤ礦

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ޤʤɤ˸͢ФФϡŪ֤ʤΤä˻پʤȹͤƤȤȤǤ礦


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ǯβ椬ǰ׼٤ֻˤʤꡢ䤷ˤʤäƤ¿Ȼפޤ

ǡǰֻ夹ΤȤϤƤơ⤷ǰֻ夹褦ǤС桹ܿͤϤɤΤ褦бФΤǤ礦

Ϥɤפޤ

ĤͽۤΤǤ

ǰ׼٤ֻǤäƤ⡢٤DzԤо٤ǤϹ򥭡פϤʤ

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٤Ȥϡо٤ΰǤꡢľڷʤɤˤ⤿餵ҡʻʧʬ򺹤١ˤʤΤǤ

Ĥޤꡢ٤DzԤȤϡ񤹤뤳ȤˤäҼȤȤǤ顢˻ⱿѤ뤳ȤݥȤˤʤΤǤ

ȤȤǡܤ͢жϤޤꡢǰפˤäƲԤȤ񤷤ʤäƤ⡢ꡢޤǤߤ˱Ѥ뤳ȤˤäƤĤޤǤ˭ݻ뤳ȤǤ뤫⡢ȡ

֤ɡꥫϤ줫⥼³ȸäƤ뤷š

ʤΤǤŪĶξ֤ĹȡˤȤʤ٤ߤǰΤǤˡ餳ޤǤߤȤäƤ⡢𲽤οŸȤȤߤμʤǤ礦顢ܸŪߤθǤǰ׼٤DzԤʤȤˤϡȤˤʤΤǤ

ȤС⤦ǰ׹ݻǤ褦ʺ뤫ȤȤˤʤΤǤŤˤƤ⡢դ礭ʸ򤬤褦ǤʤʤΤǤ

üŪ˸Сǰ׼٤о٤ιϡĤޤǤ⤤ĤޤǤݻ뤳ȤǽʤΤȤȤǤΤǤ

Ƥ褦ˡǰ׼٤ϤȤ⤫Ȥơо٤ϡĤޤǤ⤤ĤޤǤݻƤؤɤפäƤȻפޤ

о٤ιä³ȤȤϡߤɤɤ³ȤȤʤΤǤ١񤬤Τ褦ʾˤȹͤƤǤ礦ꥫȤȿФˡǯ¿ۤηо٤ι׾夷طʤ¤˳߽䤷ƤäƤΤǤ

Τߤ³뤳Ȥϡ϶⤢Ѥ˴򤷤

ǤϡηоϤäȤä³Τ

ʼ򤹤ȡʳΥι񤬤ɤ夲Ƥ뤫ŤȤ褦ͽۤΤǡƹĤʤȲꤷޤ礦

ƹ˭ʹǤäơϤǤä¤ͷ͢ФDzԤ褦ˤʤäȡơƹηоֻηо夹褦ˤʤä

ηоμϤĤޤ³ΤǤ礦ơƹηоֻμϤä³ΤǤ礦

ޤȡդͤ¿ȻפΤǤ

ͤɥᤳΤ繥ǡ͢ФDzԤޤäƤ⡢ɼˤΤϥɥʾ󤽤ΥɥʾäƤФꥫǹ㤤ʪǤꥫιإӥ뤳ȤǤΤǤ

ηкȯŸȤȤʤߡƹηкѤȼ¼Ūˤ⸪¤٤褦ˤʤȡͤΥɥФ븫ѲƤǤ礦ɥ뤬ޤǤۤɤ꤬ΤˤϻפʤʤäƤ롢ȡɥͭƤƤ⡢ʡ㤤Τ¤Ƥ褦ˤʤ롢ȡǡʤСɥβͤͭƤ̤ƹĤβͤ礭㲼Ǥ礦

ɡڤˤƤߤؤɲͤʤΤˤʤäƤޤȤ⤢ΤǤʾ֤ˤʤäȤƹ͢Ф³褦ȤΤ

ʤȤϤʤǤ礦ƹФ󶡤ǤΤʤ褦ǤϡϤƹФŤϫƯλʪϤȤϤʤʤǤ礦

ܤϤ褯񸻤ʤŤȸޤϤΤȤǤơ񸻤뤿ˤϳߤɬפǤäơγߤˤϡ򳤳Ѥ뤳ȤɬפǤΤǤβΤǤʤǤäΤŴݤꡢư֤ȤƤΤǤ

Ǥ顢٤γߤϡ줫ԤǤȤɬפǤΤϤΤȤʤΤǤȸäɬͭߤ̤䤷³ɬפȤǤϤʤΤǤ˴ͭߤ䤷³ĤǤ⡢줬ɥƤƹĤʤɤξˤϡиƤ褦ˡʲͤβΤǡ褷ư¿뤳ȤϤǤʤΤǤ

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ȤǤϤʤǤ礦ΤˤƻϤɬפȤʤΤǤ




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ǯβ椬ǰ׼٤25鲯ߤֻȤʤäȤȯɽ졢⳰ܤ򽸤Ƥޤ

1980ǯνʤΤȤᤤϡܤ͢ΩȤƤΩ⽪ΤȤܤϥӥͥǥѤ٤ʤΤǤϤʤʤƤȤäƤΤǤ

ˤƤ⡢ǰֻΥ˥塼ˤϰμ䤷ȼΤǤܿͤȤƤϡ

줬¤ȤСߤФܤǰ׼ֻΥ˥塼ϤɤΤ褦˱ǤΤǤ礦ʤƻפäƤȡ륹ȥ꡼ȥ㡼ʥ뤬͢Ωܤλνפʤƽ񤤤ΤȤ

äѤ¾ͤԹ̪̣פʤΤΥǥ˰äƤΤȻפȡܿͤȤƱס䤷ʤȤΤǤ


Ǥϡ륹ȥ꡼ȡ㡼ʥϤɤ󤸤ƤΤǤ礦

End of Era for Japan's Exports

ܤ͢лν

For decades, Japan used the combination of manufacturing might and an export-oriented trade policy to shower markets around the world with its cars and consumer electronics and semiconductors.

ֲǯδ֡ܤϡ¤Ѥ͢лָȤ߹碌ˤäơλԾ˼ư֤ŵʤȾƳΤαߤ餻Ƥ

No longer.

֤⽪Ǥ

The Japanese government is expected to announce Wednesday that the country recorded
its first annual trade deficit since 1980. If the yen remains strong and global demand weak, economists warn that Japan could run trade deficits for years to come.

ܤϿˡƱ1980ǯǰֻˤʤ뤳ȤȯɽȤߤƤ롣⤷߹⤬Τޤ³Ūʼפ夤ޤޤǤСܤϤǰֻϿ뤳ȤȡΥߥȤϷٹ𤹤


ޤޤǤƤǤСΤ˥ȥ뤳ɷŪǤϤΤΡŤۤȿʤƤ⡢ȤפΤǤŤʤȤ񤤤ƤäΤǤ

It is an ominous development for Japan. If the trade deficits continue, Japan could change from a steady provider of capital to a net borrower. The country could eventually struggle to finance a debt burden that is already bigger than Italy's as a percentage of its economy. While the yen is sky-high now, it will eventually plunge if Japan keeps running trade deficits. A weak yen would help Japanese manufacturers but would take a toll on an economy increasingly dependent on imports.

֤ܤˤȤäԵȤʻ֤οŸǤ롣⤷ǰֻ³Сܤϻ͢й񤫤ǽŪˤϥͥåȤλ͢ˤʤ뤳Ȥ롣ʤȡǤꥢGDP礭ʺ̳ܤڶֺѤΤ˶ϫ뤳Ȥˤʤ롣Ķ߹Ǥǰֻ³бߤϲǤ߰¤ϡܤ¤ȼԤǤס͢뤳ȤˤʤкѤˤȤäƤϽФȤʤǤ


ܿͤȤƤϡΤȤ˰äΤǤĤޤꡢ桼Ǽ꺻Ƥ륤ꥢʤɤ٤սǤ

ȤƤϡΤ褦ƻ;äɬפϤʤȻפΤǤȤϤΤȤꡣΥ륹ȥ꡼ȥ㡼ʥε⡢Τ褦ʻ֤ľˬʤƤȤϾäƤʤΤǤǰֻä³С褤ĤϤʤȤˤʤ뤳Ȥ⤢롢ȡ

ˡ⤽¿ܿͤϺФƤΤǤϤʤǤ礦

ϡǰ׹ĤޤǤ⤤ĤޤǤ³ʤɤȤȤȤƤʤȤȤǤ

ñ㲽뤿ˡĤΥ֥åʬƤȤޤA֥åB֥åǤA֥åϡ¤ȤεѤʤǤơǰ׼٤ĴˤꡢȿФB֥åϡʬֻĴˤ롢ȡ

ǡA֥åο͡ϻפΤǤʬΥ֥åϻ񸻤˳顢͢ФǿäƤʤȡ͢ФDzԤȡˤʤƴ򤷤ȡ

ǤϡA֥åǰ׹̤ʹ³B֥åǰֻ̤ʹ³ȤΤ

Τ褦ʤȤϷ褷ƤʤΤʤСB֥å⡢A֥åߤΤ󶡤ʤȤˤϡA֥å͢³뤳ȤǤʤǤϤФȻפ뤫⤷ޤ󤬡Τβͤǰֻ򸶰ˤɤɤ³Ǥ顢A֥åȤƤϡB֥åΤ˾IJͤ򸫽ФʤʤäƤޤǤ

Ǥ⡢¤ǤϡܤϤäǰ׹³ƤơƱ褦ϩǤ롢ȡơΰǤϲǯ⥢ꥫǰֻ³ƤΤ顢¿ο͡Ϥ줬ȺФ򤷤ƤΤǤĤޤꡢĤޤǤ⤽Τ褦ʾ֤³Ǥȡ

֤ˤʤޤΤ褦ʤȤϷ褷Ƥꤨʤ

Ĥޤꡢξ֤ϡäȤäĹܤǤߤŤĤޤꡢ100ǯȤ200ǯΥॹѥǤߤСۤΰŪʸݤ˲᤮ʤȤȤǤΤǤϡ񤬤ޤϤ顢ɥͭ񤬤äǤΥɥν⤬ĤޤǤ³Ȼפޤ衢10ǯȤ20ǯȤΤǤС⤢뤫⤷ޤ󡣤⤷ηкϤƹ¤ߤˤʤȤСλˤϤϤɥ򤢤꤬ʤʤǤ礦ʤСΤȤʤǰ׹ƬǤˤʤΤǤΤʤСͭ񤤤ȻפΤ䥵ӥ򥢥ꥫ;äƤʤȤС񤫤㤤ʪ³뤳ȤǤʤʤ뤫ʤΤǤ

ȤȤǡ͢Ω񤬲˽ˤʤȤƤ⡢ΤȤɾΤϴְäƤΤǤǰֻ경ΤϴǤǰ׼٤ȥȥǤвϤʤΤǤ󥢥ꥫΤ褦ǰֻ¤ŪʤΤˤʤѴǤΤǤ

âܤϥꥫȤϰ㤦ΤǤߤϡ̲ߤǤ⤢ޤ󡣤顢ܤηкϤŪ˺³ȤСȼ߰¤®˿ʤळȤǤ礦ơʤ͢ϤݻǤ롢ȡ

ˤƤ⡢ϡ͢ΩΥӥͥǥľ˽٤ȤͤˤϻǤʤΤǤ
ϡȤʤСȤäΤǡμ̡꤬ͤǤȸȤƱ
ƥӤDzȤʤʤäƤ⡢μ꤬ñ̡ͤǿäƤϤʤΤǤĤޤꡢܤ⡢ϿꤨƤ⡢դȤȤ¤ȤǤʤС³Ƥ٤ǤΤǤ
ѡȥ꡼ѤƤ⤤Ǥ礦Ǥ⡢ʤѤơɤʤ뤫ѵǤΤǤ


٤˿ۤɬפϤʤΤǤ줫դʬǴĥФǤΤǤ


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ХΤκΰ̶⡢ʹˤʤޤ

ʹƤʤϤޤ͡䤬ȤƵˤʤäʬξ塢ܸޤΤǡɤɲ



No, we will not go back to an economy weakened by outsourcing, bad debt, and phony financial profits. Tonight, I want to speak about how we move forward, and lay out a blueprint for an economy that's built to last ? an economy built on American manufacturing, American energy, skills for American workers, and a renewal of American values.

ֲ桹ϡžۤκ̳ƶͻؤεǼ줿кѤ뤳ȤϤʤ롢ϡǡˤʤ뤫Ĺ³кѤļ̿򼨤Ȼפꥫ¤ȡꥫΥͥ륮ꥫϫƯԤεǽƥꥫβʹѤξ˵äΩķкѤǤ

This blueprint begins with American manufacturing.

ļ̿ϡꥫ¤ȤǻϤޤ

On the day I took office, our auto industry was on the verge of collapse. Some even said we should let it die. With a million jobs at stake, I refused to let that happen. In exchange for help, we demanded responsibility. We got workers and automakers to settle their differences. We got the industry to retool and restructure. Today, General Motors is back on top as the world's number one automaker. Chrysler has grown faster in the U.S. than any major car company. Ford is investing billions in U.S. plants and factories. And together, the entire industry added nearly 160,000 jobs.

ֻ䤬Τ˽ǤưֻȤΤƤʤȸԤɴͤοäƤΤǡϤݤܤεߺѤȰˡǤ᤿ϫƯԤȷбļ¦²򤵤ơưֻȤƹۤͥ⡼ϡʥСδȤ֤餤饤顼ϡꥫ¾ǡʤ״Ȥ⤤ĹΨ򼨤Ƥ롣եɤϡι˲ɥ񤷤Ƥ롣ơƤǡ16᤯ο⤿餷

We bet on American workers. We bet on American ingenuity. And tonight, the American auto industry is back.

ֲ桹ϥꥫͤϫƯԤҤ롣ꥫͤκǽҤ롣롢ꥫμưֻȤäƤ

What's happening in Detroit can happen in other industries. It can happen in Cleveland and Pittsburgh and Raleigh. We can't bring back every job that's left our shores. But right now, it's getting more expensive to do business in places like China. Meanwhile, America is more productive. A few weeks ago, the CEO of Master Lock told me that it now makes business sense for him to bring jobs back home. Today, for the first time in fifteen years, Master Lock's unionized plant in Milwaukee is running at full capacity.

֥ǥȥȤǵƤ뤳Ȥϡ¾λȤǤⵯ뤳Ȥ꡼֥ɤǤ⡢ԥåĥСǤ⡢꡼Ǥ⡣椬񤫤äƤŻ᤹ȤϤǤʤ䡢Τ褦ʤȤDzҷбĤ򤹤ΤϤäȹ⤯Ĥ褦ˤʤäƤ롣ΰꥫϤ⤤ΤޥåCEO˸ä˻ŻᤷŪǤ롢ȡ15ǯ֤ǽơޥåι줬ߥ륦ȤϤƤ

So we have a huge opportunity, at this moment, to bring manufacturing back. But we have to seize it. Tonight, my message to business leaders is simple: Ask yourselves what you can do to bring jobs back to your country, and your country will do everything we can to help you succeed.

ֽäơνִ֡桹ˤ¤Ȥɤ餻礭ʥ󥹤Τ桹ϤΥ󥹤Ϥɬפ롣롢ηбļԤФåñʤȤι˻Ż᤹ˡǤΤ䤦ߤơιϡ뤿ˤ뤳Ȥ򤹤Ǥ

We should start with our tax code. Right now, companies get tax breaks for moving jobs and profits overseas. Meanwhile, companies that choose to stay in America get hit with one of the highest tax rates in the world. It makes no sense, and everyone knows it.

ˡäϤʤФʤʤߡҤϳ˻Żܤפ󤲤뤳ȤФ֤Ƥ롣ꥫˤȤɤޤ뤳ȤҤǰֹ⤤Ψˤäƶ줷Ǥ롣Ϥï⤬ΤäƤ

So let's change it. First, if you're a business that wants to outsource jobs, you shouldn't get a tax deduction for doing it. That money should be used to cover moving expenses for companies like Master Lock that decide to bring jobs home.

֤顢Ѥ褦褺βҤž˾ΤǤС桹Ϥ뤳ȤФǤǧʤΤϡޥåΤ褦ˡŻϢᤷҤΰžѤ˻Ȥ٤Ǥ

Second, no American company should be able to avoid paying its fair share of taxes by moving jobs and profits overseas. From now on, every multinational company should have to pay a basic minimum tax. And every penny should go towards lowering taxes for companies that choose to stay here and hire here.

ˡꥫβҤǤС˰žꡢפܤؤ뤳Ȥˤäơô򤹤뤳ȤǤʤ٤Ǥ롣ϡƤ¿ҴȤǾ٤δŪǤʧȤȤ롣ƤΤ򡢹ˤȤɤޤꡢǿͤۤҤǤ뤿˻Ȥ

Third, if you're an American manufacturer, you should get a bigger tax cut. If you're a high-tech manufacturer, we should double the tax deduction you get for making products here. And if you want to relocate in a community that was hit hard when a factory left town, you should get help financing a new plant, equipment, or training for new workers.

軰ˡ⤷ꥫ¤ȼԤСdzۤ礭롣⤷üѤ¤ȼԤǤСdzưˤϡоݤȤʤdzۤ2ܤˤ롣ơ㤨С줬Ωत˼褦Į˹򿷤˰žˤϡ䷱ߤΰžͻ񤹤

My message is simple. It's time to stop rewarding businesses that ship jobs overseas, and start rewarding companies that create jobs right here in America. Send me these tax reforms, and I'll sign them right away.

ֻΥåϴñǤ롣˰ž뤳ȤФ󤤤뤳Ȥߤ롣ˡꥫǿ¤ȤФ󤤤뤳Ȥˤ롣ˡƤ̤ߤľ˥󤷤ˡΧ뤫

We're also making it easier for American businesses to sell products all over the world. Two years ago, I set a goal of doubling U.S. exports over five years. With the bipartisan trade agreements I signed into law, we are on track to meet that goal ? ahead of schedule. Soon, there will be millions of new customers for American goods in Panama, Colombia, and South Korea. Soon, there will be new cars on the streets of Seoul imported from Detroit, and Toledo, and Chicago.

ֲ桹ϤޤꥫδȤ˼ʬʤ䤹⤹롣2ǯϡꥫ͢Ф5ǯ֤ɸΩƤĶɤιդˤäΩˡɸ˸ääƤ롣ɸäƤΤѥʥޡӥڹ˲ɴͤȤꥫʤοܵҤľޤǤǥȥȡȥɡƥ͢줿֤ڹ̤ľǤ

I will go anywhere in the world to open new markets for American products. And I will not stand by when our competitors don't play by the rules. We've brought trade cases against China at nearly twice the rate as the last administration ? and it's made a difference. Over a thousand Americans are working today because we stopped a surge in Chinese tires. But we need to do more. It's not right when another country lets our movies, music, and software be pirated. It's not fair when foreign manufacturers have a leg up on ours onlybecause they're heavily subsidized.

֥ꥫʤοԾ쳫ΤˡϤɤˤǤФĤơ桹ζԤ롼˽äƹưʤˤϡۤäƤߤƤ뤳ȤϤʤ桹ϡ٤2ܤγʤƤ롣ǰ㤤ޤΤΥä򿩤ߤ᤿ȤǡͤĶꥫͤƯƤ롣ޤɬפ롣¤ȼԤƤȤͳǡϤΤǤСǤϤʤ

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During the Great Depression, America built the Hoover Dam and the Golden Gate Bridge. After World War II, we connected our States with a system of highways. Democratic and Republican administrations invested in great projects that benefited everybody, from the workers who built them to the businesses that still use them today.

網ΤȤꥫϥաСȥǥ󥲥ȥ֥åߤθ塢®ƻϩ֤äƳƽĤʤ̱ޤⶦޤ⡢絬ϥץȤ򤷡Ƥοͤפ⤿餷ηߤ˽ϫƯԤ顢λߤѤƤȤ˻ޤǡ

In the next few weeks, I will sign an Executive Order clearing away the red tape that slows down too many construction projects. But you need to fund these projects. Take the money we're no longer spending at war, use half of it to pay down our debt, and use the rest to do some nation-building right here at home.

轵ʹߡ¿ηߥץȤ٤餻븶ȤʤäƤν³ݤ̿˥򤹤ĤΥץȤˤϤ⤬롣Τϡפˤʤä񤫤Ĵã롣ȾʬϼڶֺѤ˽ơĤ򤽤ߤηߤ˻Ȥ

There's never been a better time to build, especially since the construction industry was one of the hardest-hit when the housing bubble burst. Of course, construction workers weren't the only ones hurt. So were millions of innocent Americans who've seen their home values decline.

ַ߻ȤƤϺۤɤϤʤäˡ߻ȤХ֥Τ˼ƤȤǤ롣󡢷ߴطϫƯԤﳲäƤΤǤϤʤɴͤȤΤʤꥫͤͤ㲼ˤäﳲƤ

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A return to the American values of fair play and shared responsibility will help us protect our people and our economy. But it should also guide us as we look to pay down our debt and invest in our future.

֥եץ쥤ǤʬôȤꥫͤβʹѤ뤳Ȥ桹Ȳ桹ηкѤߤȤˤʤڶʧ񤹤˲桹ͶƳǤ

Right now, our most immediate priority is stopping a tax hike on 160 million working Americans while the recovery is still fragile. People cannot afford losing $40 out of each paycheck this year. There are plenty of ways to get this done. So let's agree right here, right now: No side issues. No drama. Pass the payroll tax cut without delay.

ֺ桹κͥϡ16ͤ˰ݤǤߤᤵ뤳ȤʵܤĤʤǤΤˡ͡ϡǯƼμ40ɥ򼺤;͵ϤʤΤΤˡϤ롣ǹդ褦ǤϤʤǤϤʤǵǤʤǸˡƤڤʤ̤٤

When it comes to the deficit, we've already agreed to more than $2 trillion in cuts and savings. But we need to do more, and that means making choices. Right now, we're poised to spend nearly $1 trillion more on what was supposed to be a temporary tax break for the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans. Right now, because of loopholes and shelters in the tax code, a quarter of all millionaires pay lower tax rates than millions of middle-class households. Right now, Warren Buffett pays a lower tax rate
than his secretary.

ֺ̳ˤĤƸС桹ϴˡ2ɥʾκ︺˹դƤ롣ޤɬפ롣ơˤʤ롣ߡ桹ϥꥫ2κ͵ؤΤΰŪǤΤˡ1ɥʾΤ⤪⤬Ȥ뤳ȤˤʤäƤ롣ߡˡȴʤɤΤˡƤβĹԤʬΰ줬ɴͤȤ滺βΨ㤤ΨʧäƤʤߡ󡦥ХեåȻϡ㤤ΨʧäƤʤ

Do we want to keep these tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans? Or do we want to keep our investments in everything else ? like education and medical research; a strong military and care for our veterans? Because if we're serious about paying down our debt, we can't do both.

ֲ桹ϡ͵ԤΥꥫͤΤθǤ򤤤ĤޤǤ³Τϡؤθʤɤ¾ʬ񤹤뤳Ȥ˾ޤʤΤϤ򷳿ͤΤ˻Ȥ٤ǤϡΤʤС⤷ڶʧȤ˿ܤˤʤΤǤСξΤȤ­櫓ˤϤʤ

The American people know what the right choice is. So do I. As I told the Speaker this summer, I'm prepared to make more reforms that rein in the long term costs of Medicare and Medicaid, and strengthen Social Security, so long as those programs remain a guarantee of security for seniors.

֥ꥫο͡ϡ褫ʬäƤ롣Ǥ롣ǯβƤ˲Ĺ˻䤬ä褦ˡϥǥȥǥɤη˴ؤĹŪ˼ȤߡơҲݾ򶯲Ѱդ롣ǯۤμԤФݾڤݤ¤ϡ

But in return, we need to change our tax code so that people like me, and an awful lot of Members of Congress, pay our fair share of taxes. Tax reform should follow the Buffett rule: If you make more than $1 million a year, you should not pay less than 30 percent in taxes. And my Republican friend Tom Coburn is right: Washington should stop subsidizing millionaires. In fact, if you're earning a million dollars
a year, you shouldn't get special tax subsidies or deductions. On the other hand, if you make under $250,000 a year, like 98 percent of American families, your taxes shouldn't go up. You're the ones struggling with rising costs and stagnant wages. You're the ones who need relief.

֤ˡѤɬפ롣Τ褦ʼԡڤӵIJ¿ΥСΤ褦ʼԤʬôʧˤDzפϡХեåȡ롼˽٤⤷ǯ100ɥʾԤΤǤС30ʾʧ٤ζޤͧͤǤȥࡦХ亮ȥϡĹԤͿ뤳Ȥߤ٤Ǥ롣¡⤷ǯ100ɥʾԤǤΤǤС֤̹٤ǤϤʤǯ25ɥ̤ԤʤΤǤСĤޤꡢƤΥꥫͤβ98Τ褦ʲԤʤΤǤСλʧǤ夬뤳ȤϤʤϡ夬ȡ夬ʤ¶˶줷ǤΤǤ뤫顣ٱɬפȤƤΤ

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Finally, none of these reforms can happen unless we also lower the temperature in this town. We need to end the notion that the two parties must be locked in a perpetual campaign of mutual destruction; that politics is about clinging to rigid ideologies instead of building consensus around common sense ideas.


ֺǸˡפϡγʥ亮ȥˤβ٤򲼤ʤеꤨʤ桹ϡĤޤϸߤ˲Ȥʱν̿ˤʤФʤʤϡQŪʹͤۤ夲ΤǤϤʤŤǤޤäǥˤߤĤȤǰˤʤФʤʤ

I'm a Democrat. But I believe what Republican Abraham Lincoln believed: That Government should do for people only what they cannot do better by themselves, and no more. That's why my education reform offers more competition, and more control for schools and States. That's why we're getting rid of regulations that don't work. That's why our health care law relies on a reformed private market, not a Government program.

ֻϡ̱ްǤ롣϶ޤΥ󥫡󤬿Ȥ򿮤롣ܤϡ̱ˤ뤳ȤǤʤȤ򡢹̱Τˤ٤ǤäơʾΤȤ򤹤٤ǤϤʤ줬ζפäȶȡع佣Ф륳ȥ򶯤褦ȤͳǤ롣줬ݸˡܤιͤԾβ줿˽٤ȤͳǤ

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Anyone who tells you otherwise, anyone who tells you that America is in decline or that our influence has waned, doesn't know what they're talking about. That's not the message we get from leaders around the world, all of whom are eager to work with us. That's not how people feel from Tokyo to Berlin; from Cape Town to Rio; where opinions of America are higher than they've been in years. Yes, the world is changing; no, we can't control every event. But America remains the one indispensable nation in world affairs ? and as long as I'm President, I intend to keep it that way.

֤ǤϤʤȤԤ롣ꥫϿषƤ롢ϲ桹αƶϤϼޤäƤȤԤ롣ԤϡʬäƤΤʬʤΤ桹Υ꡼åϤʤΤǤϤʤϳ桹ȰƯäƤ롣٥˻ޤǡ͡ϤΤ褦ˤϴƤϤʤץ󤫤ꥪ˻ޤǡĹǯꥫɾ⤤ȤǤϤʤΤΤѲƤ롣Τ˲桹Ƥ򥳥ȥ뤹뤳ȤϤǤʤνˤơꥫϷ礯ȤΤǤʤ¸ߤǤΤ䤬ΤǤ¤ꡣơϤݻĤ


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ΤˡХΤαˤ⾯˰Ƥ⤷ޤ͡˻ٻΨƤ뤳ȤǤ

ǤäƤǤϤޤ󤬡Ϥ긽ΡͿޤ鷺ʤˤǵ郎äȤ򤹤ΤǤ⡢ޤޤɼʱ⥷硼ԤǤ礦

Ǥ⡢ϲäΤХΤθӤϲ

ƹθ饸ˤȡΤ褦ʤȤäƤΤǤ

ending the war in Iraq, beginning the troop draw-down in Afghanistan, and most importantly, killing Osama bin Laden.

饯νᡣե˥󤫤űࡣ

ޤĤʬΤǤǸΤݤ

⤦նŪɽǤʤΤǤ礦ޤ餳ꥫʤΤ

ˤƤ⡢θ饸ˤСΥХΤΥԡαƤͽۤǤΤǤϤʤȤƤΤǤ

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On Tuesday night, I'm going to talk about how we'll get there. I'm going to lay out a blueprint for an economy that's built to last.

ֲ롢ϤɤäƤ˻뤫ˤĤä򤹤롣Ĺ³кѤļ̿ϪĤ

I will continue to work with Congress, states, and leaders in the private sector to find ways to move this country forward. But where they can't act or won't act, I will. Because we want the world to know that America is open for business.

ֵIJȡƽȡ̱Υ꡼Ȱ³Ϥιʤˡõ̱֤Υ꡼ưǤʤȤǡϹư褦ȤʤȤǻϤ롣ΤʤСꥫϥӥͥФƥץǤ뤳ȤΤäƤ餤

It's wrong that in the United States of America a teacher or a nurse or construction worker, maybe earns $50,000 a year, should pay a higher tax rate than somebody raking in $50 million.

֥ꥫǤϡաǸաκȰǯ5ɥۤɤԤ⤷ʤ5
ɥԤ͡⤤ΨʧȤʤСϴְäƤ

Our success has never just been about survival of the fittest. It's about building a nation where we're all better off. We pull together. We pitch in. We do our part.

ֲ桹ϡ褷Ŭ¸ǤϤʤä桹Ƥ˭餷뤳ȤΤǤۤȤǤ롣ޤŻˤȤ꤫ơ줾̤



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ˤϡΤȤΥåɤƤʬޤ󡣤åʬʤʤ⡢ƹ񤬡¾ι񤬳ʼĤȤݤͳϤ褯ʬ롣äˡƹФդƤʤ񤬳ʼͭˤϡޤ餳ƹ񤬡ʼγȻɤȤäˤʤäƤΤǤ

ͳϤǤϤʤΤǤˤϥ饨ȥδطƶƤΤǤ󤫤ƯСɤƤ⤽˱ʤƹưʤɤƶƤΤ⤷ޤ

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ĤޤꡢֳʼﳫȯߤʤޤʤᥤפȤ޼ο͡Ƭáߡäơ˳ʼﳫȯߤᤵ뤳Ȥʿ¼¸μʤǤ롢ȼĥƤΤǤ

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⤷βǽǤȤΤǤСκݡܤ⥤󤫤θ͢򥹥ȥåפ뤳Ȥ˾ޤǤ礦

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Ǥ⡢Ѥ񤷤طʤˤϽŪΩ𤬤ꡢޤǤʤޤǤʣʷаޤ⤢롣θϼԤñƹθȤʹ褦Ǥϡ̱λٻ뤳ȤǤƤޤǤ礦

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䡢νįƤȡʴΤǤ70ǯۤܤ֤줿ȻƤΤǤϤʤΤȡ󶯹ϡ¾ι˿ФơȤ򤫤ääƹԤơܤ⤽򤪼ܤī˿Ф;ˤܤιưܤˤĤʬθפ롣ϡľܤ˼Ф򤹤뤳ȤϤʤΤΡͥ륮񸻤ܤ뤳Ȥ˸뤳Ȥˤäơܤιư򥳥ȥ뤷褦Ȥơη̡˻ΤǤ

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Τ褦ʤȤƹϵդƤʤΤǤ礦

ޤդƤʤȤȤϤʤǤ礦ȸäƹ򤷤褦ȹͤƤǤʤǤ礦Ǥ뤳Ȥʤϲ򤷤ȡˤʬȤꡢʤˤޤʤȤΤƹǤ

ǤϡꤷƤΤ

ɤܲȤƤϡޤǤϹͤƤʤΤǤϤʤǤ礦кۤϤ롣򤹤뵤Ϥ餵ʤ

ХΤ¦˽ʤäȤۥॺ褦ʤȤϤʡȡ

䡢פΤǤνʤϰĤΥǤϤʤȡΤ˥ˤϳʼγȯߤᤵȸäޤǤ뵤ϺƹˤϤʤϸäƤ⡢⤷󤬥ۥॺ褦ʤȤ򤹤СƹۤäƤˤϤʤ顢®ʹư򿵤ߤȸäƤΤǤϤʤΤǤ礦

ĤޤꡢƹȥȤĤιϡܵ򤹤뵤Ϥ餵ʤΤΡߤҳŤ褦ʥ㡼äƤȡ

ϤǤ礦饤˳ʼγȯߤᤵ뤳Ȥƹι̱˾ǤȤϤޤ褬η̸ʤιƭС줳кѤ纮˴ޤƤޤǤ

顢ܲȤƤϡХΤΩƤϤʤΰǡʤɤߤ⤢ꥤ˶뤳ȤƤ롢ȡ

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ƹ񤬸褦ˡۤʤȤʿ¤μ¸¥ʤ뤳ȤˤʤΤǤ礦
ϡȿФȻפΤǤ

ϡʼȯƤȸƤޤϡʼͭƤΤǤΤäƤȤǤơƹɤΤ褦˹ͤƤ뤫ȸСŪ˶ҤȰ֤ŤƤΤǤ

ƹФơˤ˴ؤƤȤ䤫ȤϤʤ褷ƤʤΤϡάŪʸ߷ôطˤ뤫ʤΤǤ

άŪʸ߷ôطȤϲ

񤷤ȤĤϤޤ󡣤ƹˤȤäǡ˶ҤǤȤ⡢ȤηкѴطꤹ뤳ȤϤǤʤطˤʤäƤȤȤǤˡ񤬤ɤʤƹθȤʹʤƤ⡢㤨С񤫤͢򥹥ȥåפ뤳ȤƹˤϤǤʤǰ໤δطǡܤˤäƤϴǤݤ褦ʤȤϤǤƤ⡢Ū͢ζػߤϷ褷ƤǤʤ⤷ʤȤ򤹤Сƹι̱褬Ωʤʤ뤫Ǥ

ǡäƸߤɬפȤطƹ񤬤Τǡ꤬ξȯƤ⡢褷Ȥ⤫ǤʤΤǤ

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顼Ȥ̾ʹƤ⡢ؤɤοͤϡबɤʿͤʬʤǤ礦ο͡20ǯۤƹ̳ʤ˶̳Ƥơ㤨Хᥭκ̳ʤɤ˴ؤ¦ˤäƤͤʤΤǤ

ޤʸդΤϤȤƤ⡢ο͡¦˥եåĤФΤǤ轵ηޤǤФƤ͡ȡθ˥եåȡ¦ܤˤʤäƤǡ־夷ƻŻ򤵤뱩ܤˤʤäƤΤǤ

ʤȤפФƤޤޤ

ȤǡβʤΤȸСſλǤϡ̳︺˵ķȸ򴹤뿷ʺķҤäƤƤȤƤޤ4ǤϹ⤹ȤɤȤȡΤ˶⤹СꥷʤʤʧȤǤʤǤ礦ϡꥷκ̳5Ȥ6Ȥ︺äǤŴñȽǤ뤳ȤϤǤʤΤǤ

ˤƤ⡢BBCΥȤįƤȡϤɤäǤϤʤ褦Ǥ

European leaders agreed in principle last year that private lenders would voluntarily write off 50% of their loans to Greece, but private creditors still need to agree to the terms of the deal.

֥衼åѤΥ꡼ϡǯֶ̱¦ꥷ50󼫼Ū˺︺뤳Ȥ˸§դֺ̱ĸԤϡʤ̤ǹդɬפ

Athens and the IIF last week discussed not only the size of the write-off, but also the rate of interest on the new loans, which will be renegotiated and rolled over into new bonds as part of any agreement.

֥ꥷɤIIFʹݶͻˤϡ轵̳︺ˤĤƤǤʤζˤĤƤä礤ԤäȤΤϡθ塢ķ˸򴹤ΤȤǤ

Reports have suggested that a small number of hedge funds are blocking the deal, either to try to force a reduced write-off or to trigger a default, against which
they are insured.

ȤˤȡΥإåեɤǤȤ̳︺򾮤뤫ϥǥեȤȡǥեȤˤʤСκĸݾڤ


ȤäΤǤ

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ȤȤǡꥷκ̳ιԤɤΤ褦žܤȡCDSƤĸԤˤȤäƤ԰¤ϾΤȻפŸ¤դʤΤǤ

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ϡκ̳︺֤ޤǤĸ¦Ǥդ֤ʤΤȡˡŪ˶줿ΤǤʤȡ

ݸҤˤƤߤ顢ֵʬιդǥꥷФ̳Ģäǧ᤿ΤǤ硩פȤȤˤʤ뤫Ǥ

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ޤäƺĸ¦θʬʹȡθʬʬʤǤϤʤΤǤ

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