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高口日志2/26_灵の皈依~Time for free~_百度空间

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单元11 辉瑞制药有限公司

Welcome to Pfizer – the world’s largest, most valuable and fastest-growing pharmaceutical company. Ours is a noble purpose: to help realize humanity’s quest for longer, healthier, happier lives. Our mission is to become the world’s most valued company in serving patients, customers, colleagues, investors, business partners and the communities where we work and live. We now employ 90,000 people worldwide, turning well over $30 billion a year, spending more than $5 billion a year on research & development. Our products are available in more than 150 countries.

It all started back in 1849, when Charles Pfizer & Company opened as a fine-chemicals business. It was a modest red-brick building in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York. It served as office, laboratory, factory, and warehouse. The company’s first product was santonin – a palatable anti-parasitic which was an immediate success. For the past 154 years, Pfizer has been discovering, developing, manufacturing, and marketing leading prescription medicines for humans and animals and many of the world’s best-known consumer brands.

Pfizer is build on three pillars: a broad portfolio of human pharmaceuticals meeting essential medical needs; a wide range of consumer products aimed at self-care and well-being; and health products for livestock and companion animals. Research and development is the lifeblood of our business. To continue our heritage of innovation, we support the world’s largest privately funded biomedical research organization, engaging 12,000 scientists and other research colleagues worldwide.

We currently have nearly 100 new medicines in various stages of development, and are working on dozens of new uses for our current medicines. Our targets include many of humanity’s most feared illnesses, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cancer, HIV/AIDS, depression and schizophrenia. Pfizer is also a leader in contributing to the development of communities where we live and work.

We have pioneered numerous initiatives to improve access to medicines including the International Trachoma Initiative, aimed at the world’s greatest cause of preventable blindness, and the Diflucan Partnership, aimed at HIV/AIDS patients in developing nations. Through the Pfizer Foundation, we are building with our partners an advanced infectious disease treatment and medical education center in Kampala, Uganda.

In the United States, we sponsor the Pfizer for Living Shared Card, a program that provides eligible, low-income Medicare recipients without prescription drug coverage the opportunity to purchase a 30-day supply of Pfizer medicines for $15 per prescription. A career with Pfizer is one of the most rewarding choices you can make. Pfizer has been recognized as one of the nation’s best employers and most admired companies. We seek talented people from a broad array of disciplines and prize diversity of thought and experience.

Our company is thoroughly grounded in our values. They begin with a prized personal and organizational quality – Integrity – and end with a shared concern of Community. Our values include Leadership, Innovation, Performance, Teamwork, Customer Focus and Respect for People. These values guide every decision we make, everywhere we make them. As you can sense by now, these are exciting times for our company.

We demand of ourselves and others the highest ethical standards, and our products and processes will be of the highest quality. We are deeply committed to meeting the needs of our customers, and we constantly focus on customer satisfaction. We play an active role in making every country and community in which we operate a better place to live and work. I hope you will enjoy your visit for the rest of the day. Thank you.

单元12 中国能源行业1

Ladies and gentlemen, I’m delighted to be here in the beautiful city of Hanover, to attend the prestigious Hanover Industrial Exhibition, and to speak on the opening of the energy market as well as on cooperation between China and Germany in the area of energy. Firstly, on behalf of the Economic and Trade Commission of China, I’d like to thank you for inviting me to this forum.

After 20 years of reform and opening up to the outside world, the Chinese economy is continuing to grow at a fast pace. Our GDP growth averages at 9.5% per year. Imports and exports have grown by 12.4 times. In 2001, the world economy and trade growth suffered severe setbacks. But domestic demand continued to grow in China. We adopted a pro-active fiscal policy and a prudent monetary policy. We pressed on with reforms and restructuring and achieved excellent results.

Our GDP grew by 7.3% compared with 2000. Imports and exports broke through the 500 billion US dollars barrier, an increase o 7.5%. In the first quarter of this year, our industrial added value reached 649.4 billion yuan, a year on year increase of 10.9%. It has paved the way for achieving the planned GDP growth of 7%.

Energy is an important basis as well as a safeguard for economic and social development. China is one of the largest energy producers and consumers in the world. In order to ease the pressure of economic growth on energy supply, the Chinese government, over the years, has formulated a series of encouraging policies in energy investment, energy development and application, in pricing, and in the credit system.

After continuous efforts, towards the end of the 1990s, there was a significant shift in China’s energy supply shortages. In 2000, the national overall energy output reached 1.09 billion tones of standard coal units.

Of the main sources of energy, our coal output is number two in the world, our crude oil is number five and our electricity number two. The energy industry has become an important driving force in the Chinese economy. Whilst energy output continues to grow at a fast pace, China presses forward with economic restructuring. We are increasing our efforts in technical development. We are working harder to save our resources and to increase integrated applications. Our energy consumption per unit continues to fall.

From 1995 to 2000, China’s energy consumption per 10,000 yuan GDP dropped from 3.97 tones of standard coal to 2.77tonnes. The cumulated saving and reduced energy use amounted to 410 million tones of standard coal. It reduces production costs and helps to the outside world, the energy market is opening up faster.

Foreign companies are investing in major energy areas such as electricity, coal, oil and gas. In electricity generation alone, cumulative foreign investment exceeds 17 billion US dollars. Meanwhile, Chinese coal exports have also been on the increase. In 2001, coal exports amounted to 85.9 million tones, an increase of 46% throughout 2000, making China the second largest coal exporter in the world.

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