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万州区中医院的QQ重庆市第二人民医院周日上班吗Billionaire casino tycoon Lui Che-woosays Macau’s gaming industry was heading into a “new era”, following a sharp drop in revenue caused by Beijing’s crackdown on corruption and ostentatious spending.亿万富翁、大亨吕志和(Lui Che-woo)表示,在中国政府打击腐败及奢靡之风的运动导致营收急剧下滑之后,业正进入“新时代”。Mr Lui’s Galaxy Entertainment yesterday reported a 9 per cent rise in full-year revenue to HK.8bn (US.3bn), making it one of the sector’s better performing operators in 2014. Melco Crown, for example, suffered a 6 per cent drop in income over the same period. However, Galaxy admitted 2014 was a year of two contrasting halves, with group revenue falling 15 per cent in the quarter ending December 31. Mr Lui called last year “one of the most challenging periods in the history of Macau”.昨天,吕志和旗下(Galaxy Entertainment)报告全年营收增长9%,达到718亿港元(合93亿美元),从而使该公司成为2014年业内表现较好的运营商之一。相比之下,新濠亚(Melco Crown)在同一时期的利润遭遇了6%的下滑。不过,承认2014年前后两个半年的对比十分鲜明。在截至12月31日的一个季度内,集团营收下滑了15%。吕志和称,去年是“史上挑战最大的时期之一”。Robert Drake, Galaxy’s chief financial officer, acknowledged that China’s high-profile campaign to root out corruption, along with the slowdown in the economy, had taken its toll on the sector in the second half of the year. Turnover in Galaxy’s VIP gaming rooms dropped 16 per cent in the fourth quarter, in keeping with broader trends in the sector.首席财务官罗伯特#8226;德雷克(Robert Drake)承认,中国高调的反腐运动和经济放缓,在2014年下半年令业付出了代价。该年第四季度,贵宾室的营业额下滑了16%,与业内整体趋势相符。Analysts expect overall gaming revenue in Macau to start growing again in the second half of this year, though largely thanks to the favourable base- effect of last year’s contraction.分析师预计,业总体营收会在今年下半年再次开始增长,不过这在很大程度上要归功于去年缩水导致的较低基数。Like high-rolling gamblers, investors have shunned Macau’s casinos over the past year. Bloomberg’s index of Macau gaming companies has fallen 55 per cent since January 2014. Galaxy’s shares have fallen 56 per cent.和出手阔绰的赌客一样,去年投资者也回避了。自2014年1月以来,彭(Bloomberg)企业指数已下跌55%。的股价也已下跌56%。Galaxy announced a special dividend of HK.28 per share while noting that it is “virtually debt free” with a net cash position of HK.2bn. Last year it paid two special dividends totalling HK.9bn.公布了一项每股0.28港元的特别股息计划,并指出该公司“几乎毫无负债”,净现金头寸达82亿港元。去年,该公司曾付总计49亿港元的两次特别股息。Shares in Galaxy finished 3.2 per cent higher yesterday, in a broader market that was up 1.5 per cent.昨天,股价收盘时上涨3.2%,相比之下大盘上涨了1.5%。 /201503/365929重庆隆鼻什么材料好 A top official from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region confirmed for the first time on Tuesday that Xinjiang residents have joined the radical group Islamic State。3月10日,来自新疆维吾尔族自治区的一位高级官员首次实,新疆确有人参加极端组织“伊斯兰国”(IS)。;Some Xinjiang residents have crossed the border illegally to join IS. The group currently has a growing international influence, and Xinjiang is affected by it, too,; said Zhang Chunxian, the region#39;s top leader。新疆自治区党委书记张春贤表示:“目前确实出现了新疆人非法越境参加IS的情况。这个组织国际影响力很大,新疆也不会置身事外,也受到了影响。”;We recently broke up a terrorist cell run by those who returned from fighting with the group,; Zhang said at a news conference on the sidelines of the annual National People#39;s Congress session。张春贤在十二届全国人大[微]三次会议新疆代表团开放日上说:“最近新疆破获的一些暴恐案件中,有些人是直接参加(IS)回来的。”He said IS, which has seized large areas of eastern Syria and northern and western Iraq, is a threat to countries worldwide and joint international efforts are needed to fight it。他表示,IS已经夺取了叙利亚东部和伊拉克西部的大部分地区,对世界各国来说都是一种威胁,对抗IS需要国际社会共同合作。Xinjiang has been hit by religious extremism, leading to an increasing number of terrorist attacks in the region and elsewhere in China in recent years。近年来,新疆受到宗教极端主义侵蚀,导致当地和中国其它地区的恐怖袭击事件呈现上升态势。Last year, Chinese authorities arrested some of those attempting to cross borders illegally to join terrorist or extremist groups。去年,中国政府逮捕了一些试图非法越境参加恐怖组织或极端组织的人员。In southern Xinjiang#39;s Hotan prefecture, some people have been influenced by IS, but measures taken to eliminate religious extremism can handle the new situation, according to Eziz Musar, the prefecture#39;s commissioner。在新疆南部的和田地区,一些人已经受到IS的影响。但和田县委的Eziz Musar表示,当地已经采取措施应对新形势,以消除宗教极端主义的侵蚀毒害。Zhang said Xinjiang has been working hard to end religious extremism while dealing with inroads made by new groups, but this takes time。张春贤表示,新疆一直致力于消除宗教极端主义,抵御新组织的入侵,但这需要时间。;Xinjiang also has to pay the price when extremists fight back. The region has done a lot to ensure social stability in China,; he said。“在与极端势力的斗争中,新疆也付出了代价。为保障中国的社会稳定,新疆付出了很多。”他说。Adudulrekep Tumniaz, president of the Xinjiang Islamic Institute, said the region has more than 12 million Muslims, making up 52 percent of China#39;s Muslim population. Guiding them in the right direction and keeping them away from religious extremism is a matter of national security。新疆伊斯兰学院主席Adudulrekep Tumniaz表示,新疆地区有1200多万穆斯林,占全国穆斯林人数的52%。引领他们走向正确的方向,让他们远离宗教极端主义的威胁,是一个国家安全问题。Shohrat Zakir, the newly elected chairman of Xinjiang, said there have been terrorist activities in the region due to the international situation。新当选的新疆自治区主席雪克来提·扎克尔(Shohrat Zakir)表示,新疆地区之所以出现恐怖活动,是因为受到国际形势的影响。But there will be fewer violent terrorist attacks because authorities have been striking hard against terrorist and extremist activities in accordance with the law, he said。但他认为,政府一直在依法严厉打击恐怖活动和极端主义活动,暴恐案件只会越来越少。;The overall situation in Xinjiang is stable and controllable,; he said。“新疆社会大局处在稳定和可控的状态。”他说。He also spoke of the importance of Mandarin education in rural areas of southern Xinjiang, which have seen the most terrorist attacks in the region。他还提到了加强南疆农村地区普通话教育的重要性。而新疆的恐怖袭击事件,大都发生在南疆地区。;Many villagers in southern Xinjiang still cannot speak the national common language, which has affected their employment chances. They are also more easily manipulated if they live in closed communities,; he said。“在南疆地区,很多村民仍不会讲普通话,这影响了他们的就业机会。此外,住在闭塞社区里的他们更容易受到外部势力的操纵。”他说。 /201503/363741TOKYO — Fukui prefecture, with 13 commercial nuclear reactors clustered along the short, rugged coastline, has earned the area a reputation as a political stronghold for the atomic power industry. Nuclear-friendly politicians dominate most of Fukui#39;s government offices, and the region is nicknamed Genpatsu Ginza, or Nuclear Alley.东京——福井县的海岸线不长且崎岖起伏,却密集分布着13座商业核反应堆,这为该地区赢得了原子能行业的政治要塞的名声。亲核政客在福井的大部分政府机构占据着主导地位,该地区有个绰号叫“核电银座”(Genpatsu Ginza)。Fukui has now emerged as a battleground for the Japanese government#39;s effort to rebuild the nuclear industry and reverse the economic impact of the reactor shutdowns. On Tuesday, a local judge blocked the latest attempt to get atomic power back on the grid, issuing an injunction to forbid the restarting of two nuclear reactors at the Takahama power plant in the region.福井现在成了一个战场,日本政府在这里发起重建核工业、扭转核反应堆关闭的经济影响的行动。周二,当地一名法官下令禁止重启该地区高浜发电站的两座核反应堆,叫停了恢复用原子能发电的最新尝试。The nuclear industry has been in a state of paralysis since the meltdowns at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant four years ago. None of the 48 usable reactors in Japan are back online.自四年前福岛第一核电站出现堆芯熔融以来,日本核工业一直处于瘫痪状态。日本的48座可用反应堆中,没有一座恢复运行。Business groups say that delays in returning at least some plants to service are wrecking their bottom line. The price of electricity has increased by 20 percent or more, reflecting the cost of importing more oil and natural gas to make up for the lost nuclear power. That translates to the equivalent of several tens of billions of dollars a year in added expenses for households and companies, according to government estimates.商业团体称,原本至少恢复部分发电站的计划被推迟,给它们的利润构成了极大影响。电价上涨了20%或以上,这是为弥补失去核电而增加石油及天然气的进口量带来的成本。据政府估计,这相当于居民和企业一年的开增加几百亿美元。It is a potential stumbling block for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe#39;s efforts to rekindle economic growth, which have focused on increasing corporate profits and consumer spending. Because of the increased use of fossil fuels, Japan#39;s carbon emissions have also risen in the four years since the country began taking its reactors offline.对日本首相安倍晋三(Shinzo Abe)重振经济增长的计划而言,这是一个潜在的绊脚石。安倍晋三的努力集中在增加公司利润和消费出上。在日本开始停止运行反应堆后的四年里,因为化石燃料使用量增加,日本的碳排放也增加了。The decline in oil prices, which have fallen about 50 percent since June, has taken some of the pressure off the economy. But the government nonetheless sees a revival of nuclear power as critical to supporting growth and slowing an exodus of Japanese industry to lower-cost countries.自6月以来,油价已下跌约50%,减轻了经济的部分压力。但政府还是认为恢复核电对持增长,减缓日本工业中的大量业务向低成本国家转移至关重要。The Kansai Electric Power Co., which owns the plant at the heart of the ruling issued Tuesday, serves a swath of western Japan that includes the metropolis of Osaka. The area served is also home to industrial giants like Panasonic.周二发布的裁决涉及的发电站为关西电力公司(Kansai Electric Power Co.)所有。该公司的务范围是日本西部的一个带状区域,包括大都市大阪。松下(Panasonic)等工业巨头均位于其中。Yoshihide Suga, the chief Cabinet secretary for Abe, questioned the scientific rationale for the Fukui court#39;s decision and said it would not alter the government#39;s support for nuclear power.安倍晋三的内阁官房长官菅义伟(Yoshihide Suga)对福井法院判决的科学依据提出了质疑,称其不会改变政府对核电的持。“The reactors have been judged by experts to meet the new safety standards,” said Suga, referring to a review by the Nuclear Regulation Authority of Japan that was completed late last year. The agency determined that the Takahama reactors met tougher guidelines introduced after the Fukushima disaster.“专家已评定那些反应堆达到了新的安全标准,”菅义伟指的是日本原子能管制委员会(Nuclear Regulation Authority)去年年底结束的一次检查。该委员会断定,高浜发电站的反应堆满足福岛核事故后采用的更严格的规定。“We will respect that judgment, and there is no change to our policy of moving ahead with restarts,” Suga said.“我们将尊重这一判定结果,同时我们推进重启的政策不会改变,”菅义伟说。Kansai Electric had intended the reactors in Fukui to be among the first in the country to be returned to service after the introduction of the new rules more than two years ago. But in his ruling Tuesday, the judge, Hideaki Higuchi, challenged the adequacy of the standards, which cover things like plants#39; resistance to earthquakes and tsunamis, the triggers for the Fukushima disaster.两年多前新规引入后,关西电力公司本想让福井的反应堆成为全国首批恢复运行的反应堆。但在周二的判决中,法官樋口英明(Hideaki Higuchi)质疑相关标准是否完备。这些标准包括发电站抵抗地震和海啸的能力等。引发福岛核事故的正是地震和海啸。“There is little rational basis for saying that an earthquake with a magnitude that exceeds the safety standard will not occur,” said Higuchi, 62. “It is an optimistic view.”“说不会发生震级超过安全标准的地震,是没有理性依据的,”62岁的樋口英明说。“这是一种乐观的看法。”The reactors had been widely expected to return to service by the end of the year. While Kansai Electric said it would appeal, experts said its plans could be delayed by months or even years.外界普遍预计,相关反应堆将在今年年底之前恢复运行。关西电力公司称将上诉,但专家表示,该公司的计划可能会被推迟数月乃至数年。It was the second time Higuchi had issued an order forbidding a nuclear plant in Fukui to operate, and he remains the only judge in Japan to have ruled against a utility over nuclear restarts since Fukushima.这是樋口英明第二次下令禁止福井的核电站运行。他也是日本自福岛事故以来,唯一一名在重启核设施方面,对公用事业单位做出了不利判决的法官。 /201504/370541重庆市渝中区人民医院地图

重庆专业整形美容医院Thirty years ago it took eight hours to drive the 150km from Beijing to Tianjin, China’s fourth city. A decade or so ago, motorway investment had cut the time to two hours. Today, by bullet train, the journey is barely 30 minutes.北京到天津的距离是150公里,30年前,如果驱车的话需要8个小时。大约十年前,高速公路的投资让这一时间缩短至两个小时。如今,如果乘坐高铁的话,时间仅为30分钟。When infrastructure investment is made in developing economies, the gains are dramatic and obvious. But Gerry Grimstone, the chairman of Standard Life, the UK insurer whose Chinese headquarters sits in Tianjin, is convinced that Britain and other developed nations can learn the lessons, too.在发展中经济体进行基础设施投资,将会取得巨大而明显的收益。但英国保险公司标准人寿(Standard Life)的董事长格里#8226;格里姆斯通(Gerry Grimstone)确信,英国和其他发达国家也可以从中学习经验。标准人寿在中国的总部位于天津。He is not alone. Legal amp; General has aly made a big push into the area. In January, it announced a commitment to put #163;1.5bn into a projected #163;15bn scheme to promote housing and infrastructure regeneration. Nigel Wilson, Lamp;G’s CEO, who has led a shift in investment allocation towards such assets, has been a vocal campaigner.有这种想法的并非他一人。英国法通保险集团(Legal amp; General)已经大举进军这一领域。今年1月,该公司承诺将为一个拟投资150亿英镑的住房和基础设施重建项目出资15亿英镑。法通保险首席执行官纳杰尔#8226;威尔逊(Nigel Wilson)一直大力呼吁投资于基础设施项目,他也率先将投资配置转向此类资产。Prudential and Aviva, the UK’s other leading insurers, have been lower key, but they, too, have been supportive.英国其他主要保险商保诚集团(Prudential)和英杰华(Aviva)较为低调,但他们也持这种投资。The dynamic is simple enough. Central banks have held interest rates at ultra-low levels, trimming the yields available from safe sovereign bonds close to zero in many cases. At the same time, insurers and pension funds need investments that promise reliable long-term returns.这种投资背后的动机非常简单。各国央行将利率保持在超低水平,让许多国家的安全主权债券的收益率降至零。与此同时,保险公司和养老基金需要有望带来长期可靠回报的投资。Infrastructure investment, whether in emerging markets or in the west, is an obvious match. Lengthy projects to build roads, railways, airports and energy installations often have the right kind of steady returns, with a duration that lines up well with commitments to pay out life assurance or pension policies 10, 20 or 30 years hence.无论是在新兴市场还是在西方,基础设施投资显然都符合这一条件。建设公路、铁路、机场和能源装置的长期项目通常拥有合适的稳定回报,时间周期也与人寿保险或养老保险金的10年、20年或30年的偿付承诺相匹配。At the same time, there is a financing gap. One legacy of the financial crisis has been banks’ retreat from project finance of this kind. Few lenders these days will take long-term investments on to their balance sheets. Even as counterparties who structure a deal and underpin it with short-term bridge finance, banks are in short supply. This is partly a result of a shrunken risk appetite across banking. It is also thanks to tougher capital charges on such assets, imposed by global regulators.与此同时,基础设施建设存在资金上的缺口。金融危机的一个后遗症是不再为此类项目提供融资。现在很少有愿意为长期投资融资。即便是作为安排交易并提供短期过桥资金持的对手方,也多有不愿。这在一定程度上是整个业风险偏好下降的结果,同时也缘于全球监管机构收紧了对此类资产的资本要求。The need is vast. In a report published just as the financial crisis hit, the OECD predicted a need for tn of global infrastructure funding by 2030. How to reconcile these record investment demands with the scant supply evident in the traditional financing landscape?需求是巨大的。经合组织(OECD)在金融危机爆发之际发布的一份报告中预测,到2030年全球基础设施融资需求将达到50万亿美元。如何协调这些创纪录的投资需求与传统金融领域明显的供应匮乏?The answer often has been to turn to parts of the world that have investment surpluses — the sovereign wealth funds of the Middle East and Asia, as well as the pension fund systems of Canada and Australia.往往是求助于投资资金过剩的某些国家——中东地区和亚洲的主权财富基金——以及加拿大和澳大利亚的养老金体系。For a while it worked well. Multibillion-dollar SWFs could deal direct with government to finance whole projects, reducing the need for complex structuring. Yet finding funds abroad has sometimes proved problematic. Investment in the #163;24.5bn Hinkley point nuclear expansion project in southwest England, run by France’s EDF, has been held up because of wrangling between the energy group and potential Chinese investors.这种做法一度很有效。拥有数十亿美元的主权财富基金可以直接与各国政府接触来为整个项目融资,从而不必进行复杂的结构性安排。然而事实明,寻找海外资金有时也会有麻烦。由于运营方法国电力集团(EDF)和潜在的中国投资者的角力,位于英格兰西南部的造价245亿英镑的欣克利角(Hinkley Point)核电站扩建项目的投资被搁置。Where is the UK money? To date, Lamp;G has done the most in this area, investing #163;5.7bn across a swath of property and infrastructure projects. But that is still barely 1 per cent of assets under management. Even its ambitious #163;15bn new scheme, which has yet to draw in the necessary partners, would not compete for the really large-scale national projects, focusing instead on #163;300-500m investments.英国的资金哪里去了?截至目前,法通保险在这个领域中的动作最大,它拿出57亿英镑投资于众多房地产和基础设施项目。但这只是其管理资产的1%。甚至其雄心勃勃、迄今仍在寻找必要合作者的150亿英镑新投资计划,也不会竞争真正大规模的国家项目,而是聚焦于3亿英镑至5亿英镑的投资。For the #163;1bn or #163;5bn-plus projects, single insurers or pension funds need to team up. Someone just needs to co-ordinate the effort. Bank investors used to do that, as did old-style merchant banks. There are few individuals pioneering the mission from the public sector side either. It is not a coincidence that the UK’s most ambitious project — London’s Crossrail west-to-east train link — has been shepherded by Boris Johnson who even critics would admit has been an unusually energetic force for change in the capital.对10亿英镑或50亿英镑以上的项目来说,单个的保险公司或养老基金需要合作。需要有人协调这种努力。投资者曾经充当过协调人,就像旧式的商业那样。如今在公共部门中也很少有人愿意成为承担这一使命的先锋。英国最为雄心勃勃的项目——伦敦横贯铁路(Crossrail)——一直由鲍里斯#8226;约翰逊(Boris Johnson)负责,这并非巧合,即便是批评者也承认,对于推动伦敦的改变,约翰逊是一股精力异常旺盛的力量。The plan for an Infrastructure Commission from the opposition Labour party sounds encouraging. It is pledging an aggressive agenda of investment in energy, flood defences and transport, and sounds more substantive than the Treasury’s largely administrative arm, Infrastructure UK.反对党工党提出的设立基础设施委员会(Infrastructure Commission)的计划听起来令人振奋。它承诺大举投资于能源、防洪和交通基础设施,听起来比英国财政部下属主要负责行政的Infrastructure UK更着眼实际。This week’s Budget from chancellor George Osborne will give the current government a last chance to inject some urgency into UK infrastructure investment. Done right, the spoils should be rich — both for investors and those who long for a country as joined up as modern China.英国财政大臣乔治#8226;奥斯本(George Osborne)将会在本周宣布预算案,这将是现任政府提高英国基础设施投资紧迫性的最后机会。运作得当的话,好处是巨大的,无论是对投资者,还是对那些渴望英国像现代化的中国那样交通发达的人来说,均是如此。 /201503/364989永川区妇女儿童医院在那里 九龙坡区中心医院疤痕多少钱

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