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宜宾市第一人民医院整形科成都/363医院去眼袋多少钱As the search continued late Saturday for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner, experts pointed at how many Asian carriers have succeeded in the last decade to overhaul their patchy safety records, helping make flying in the region among the world#39;s safest.马来西亚航空公司(Malaysian Airlines)失联客机的搜寻工作目前仍在进行当中。而与此同时专家指出,过去十年来亚洲诸多航空公司的安全记录都实现了大幅提升,亚洲航空业的安全性已经进入全球排名的前列。Authorities across Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam scrambled to locate the Boeing 777-200 jet with 239 people aboard that had lost contact with air-traffic controllers two hours into a routine flight to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur.周六早间,一架从吉隆坡飞往北京的波音(Boeing) 777-200型客机在起飞两小时后与地面空管人员失去联络,这架飞机上搭载了239名乘客。目前马来西亚、新加坡和越南当局正加紧搜寻这架客机的下落。Though the fate of the aircraft remains unclear, aviation experts are pointing to the Malaysian flag carrier#39;s strong safety record that stands out among some of its rivals in Southeast Asia.尽管飞机的命运仍是一个未知数,但航空专家指出,这家马来西亚国家航空公司在东南亚的航空产业内拥有着出色的安全记录。The airline, which is 69.4% owned by Khazanah Nasional Bhd, the Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund, hadn#39;t suffered a fatal aircraft accident since 1995, when one of its small turboprop planes crashed after an aborted landing attempt, killing 34 people, according to data from the Aviation Safety Network, an industry database.马来西亚航空69.4%的股权由马来西亚国库控股公司(Khazanah Nasional Bhd.)持有。根据航空安全网络(Aviation Safety Network)的数据,马来西亚航空上一次发生导致人员丧失的事故是在1995年,当年该公司的一架小型涡轮螺旋桨飞机在着陆尝试失败后失事,并致34人遇难。Meanwhile, serious accidents were more frequent involving other airlines from many of the region#39;s developing countries between the 1980s to early 2000s. This came as Asia#39;s fledgling commercial aviation industry began to take off, significantly hurting the reputation of operators in nations such as China, South Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia.与之相比,自上世纪80年代至21世纪初期间,随着亚洲商用航空产业的起步,该地区诸多发展中国家的航空公司发生了多起重大事故,使得中国大陆、台湾、韩国和印度尼西亚等地航空公司的声誉严重受损。Among the deadliest air crashes in Asia, an Airbus A300 plane of Garuda Indonesia crashed in September 1997, killing 234 people. Two months later, a 10-month old Boeing 737-300 operated by SilkAir, the regional unit of Singapore Airlines, crashed near Palembang, also in Indonesia, killing all 104 onboard.1997年9月,印尼航空(Garuda Indonesia)的一家空中客车(Airbus) A300型客机发生空难,导致234人遇难。两个月后,新加坡航空旗下胜安航空(SilkAir)一架投入使用仅10个月的波音737-300型客机在印度尼西亚巨港附近坠毁,机上104人全部遇难。But safety has improved considerably in Asia over the last decade, experts say, with airlines and national governments investing billions of dollars to boost crew training and flight infrastructure. China has completely turned itself around since the 1990s to be among the safest aviation regions in the world, they say.但专家表示,过去10年来亚洲的航空公司和各国政府在加强员工培训和航空基础设施建设方面投入来数十亿美元,亚洲航空业的安全性已有相当大的改善。专家还称,自上世纪90年代以来,中国已彻底转变为全世界最安全的航空地区之一。#39;The safety performance of Asian airlines is in line with the overall industry performance,#39; said Andrew Herdman, the director general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, a Kuala Lumpur-based industry organization.总部位于吉隆坡的航空业组织――亚太航空公司协会(Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, 简称AAPA)总干事赫德曼(Andrew Herdman)表示,亚洲航空公司的安全水准已经达到了全球航空业的整体水平。Over last decade, the industry hull loss rate, or planes getting completely damaged, has improved to one loss in three million flights from one in a million, Mr. Herdman said.赫德曼称,过去10年来中,亚洲航空业的机身损毁率已从每一百万架次中损毁一架,降至了每三百万架次中损毁一架。Still, safety remains a concern among some smaller Asian markets, particularly in some developing Southeast Asian nations that involve smaller commuter aircraft. In February, a Nepal Airlines Canadian-made Twin Otter turboprop crashed, killing all 18 onboard, in Nepal#39;s seventh fatal commercial aircraft crash since 2008, killing a total of 125 people.然而在一些亚洲小国家的市场上(尤其是部分东南亚发展中国家的小型线客机市场),安全问题仍然令人担忧。今年2月份,尼泊尔航空公司(Nepal Airlines)一架加拿大产的海獭式双涡轮螺旋桨飞机坠毁,机上18人全部遇难,这是2008年以来该国第七起造成人员丧生的商用客机坠毁事故,这七起事故共造成125人遇难。Elsewhere in Asia, India#39;s airline safety ranking was downgraded by the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority earlier this year following a review of the South Asian nation#39;s regulatory oversight. As well, many Indonesia airlines continue to be on the European Union watch list for safety. In a sign of the improved safety standards, however, flag carrier Garuda Indonesia was among the few of the nation#39;s airlines removed from the list in 2009.亚洲其他地区方面,今年早些时候美国联邦航空(U.S. Federal Aviation Authority, 简称FAA)在评估印度的监管监督后,下调了这个南亚国家的航空安全等级。同时,印尼多家航空公司仍在欧盟的安全观察名单上。不过,安全标准有所提高的一个迹象是,2009年旗舰航空公司嘉鲁达印尼航空(Garuda Indonesia)被移出安全观察名单,是为数不多被剔除出该名单的印尼航空公司之一。#39;Every day approximately six million people board airplanes and arrive safely at their destinations.... The overall safety record of commercial airplanes is excellent and has been steadily improving over time,#39; according to Boeing Co., the Chicago-based manufacturer of the missing 777-200. The aircraft was delivered to Malaysia Airlines in May 2002.此次失踪的波音777-200飞机产自波音公司(Boeing Co.)。总部位于芝加哥的波音称,每天约有600万人登上飞机并安全抵达目的地,商用飞机的总体安全记录是相当不错的,而且随着时间的推移一直在稳步提高。这架飞机于2002年5月份被交付给马来西亚航空。Since its introduction in 1995, the Boeing 777 has quickly become the workhorse of Asia#39;s full-service carriers, shuttling thousands of passengers a day on regional and long-haul flights to Europe and North America. Asian airlines credit the twin-engine jet as a more fuel-efficient and reliable aircraft to operate than the bigger aircraft it is replacing, the Boeing 747.自1995年问世后,波音777迅速成为亚洲全方位务航空公司的主力机型,执飞从亚洲到欧美的区域和远程航班,每天穿梭往返,运送数千名乘客。亚洲的航空公司认为,相比机体较大的波音747,双引擎的波音777更省油、更可靠,所以它们用波音777取代了波音747。Boeing data show fatal accidents now occur less than once every two million flights, a huge improvement over once in 200,000 flights in the 1950s and 1960s.波音的数据显示,目前遭遇空难事故的机率还不到200万分之一,已经远远低于上世纪50至60年代时的20万分之一。As for the missing Malaysian jet, Vietnam#39;s navy said it possibly crashed 153 nautical miles off the Vietnam coast. The Vietnam navy couldn#39;t confirm the possible crash site, while Malaysia Airlines and the nation#39;s government said the plane hadn#39;t yet been found.至于失踪的马航波音飞机,越南海军称,它有可能坠入了距离越南海岸约153海里的海中。越南海军无法确认可能失事的地点,马来西亚航空和马来西亚政府则表示,飞机尚未找到。#39;There are only two possibilities in my mind--some undefined mechanical problem or terrorism--that would explain how the pilot would be caught unaware and can#39;t react, that controllers heard nothing,#39; said Harshvardhan, an aviation analyst in New Delhi.印度新德里的航空分析师Harshvardhan称,他认为只有两种可能:一,不明确的机械故障;二,恐怖主义袭击――这就可以解释为何飞行员完全没有意识到发生问题,也没有作出反应,而空中交通指挥员也没有听到任何报告。If there was some trouble, the plane would have sent a warning or tried to make an emergency landing, said Mr. Harshvardhan, who goes by only one name.Harshvardhan说,如果出现故障,飞机会发出警告,或尝试紧急着陆。这架飞机当时载有足够的燃料,可以额外飞行两个小时。分析师们称,逝去的每一分钟都指向了空难。The aircraft was carrying enough fuel to keep it in the air for two extra hours and analysts said every passing minute pointed to a mishap. #39;Every hour that goes by without a sign of life from the aircraft will further point to a catastrophic event,#39; said Jonathan Galaviz, a partner with Global Market Advisors, an aviation and leisure consulting firm. #39;The route that flight takes has difficult terrain and the weather conditions could be harsh.#39;航空和休闲咨询公司Global Market Advisors的合伙人格拉维兹(Jonathan Galaviz)说,时间一小时一小时地过去,还没有看到生命的迹象,这加大了灾难性事故的可能性。此次航班飞行的航线地形险恶,天气条件可能也比较恶劣。In the next two decades, the Asia Pacific region will account for almost half of the growth in air traffic, according Boeing#39;s estimates. To accommodate this growth, the region will need 12,820 new aircraft, worth around .9 trillion, Boeing said last month.波音估计,未来20年,亚太地区的客流增长将占到全球航空客流量增长的近一半。波音上个月称,为了顺应这一增长,亚太地区将需要12,820架新飞机,总价值约1.9万亿美元。 /201403/279304成都/哪家医院打瘦脸针便宜 The EU has criticised the glacial pace of UN negotiations on a global deal to combat climate change due to be signed in Paris this year, in a sign of the growing unease among some countries about the eventual outcome of the agreement.欧盟(EU)批评联合国(UN)为达成全球气候变化协议的协商进程过于缓慢,这表明一些国家对最终可能形成的协议日益感到不安。各方计划今年12月在巴黎签署新气候协议。“Time is of the essence here,” said Ilze Pruse, a senior EU delegate, as a week of talks ended in Geneva where representatives from more than 190 nations produced an official negotiating text for the Paris pact, due to be signed in December.190多个国家的代表在日内瓦举行了为期一周的会谈,会上产生了巴黎气候协议的正式谈判文本。“时间已经十分紧迫,”欧盟高级代表伊尔泽#8226;普鲁谢(Ilze Pruse)在会后说。The draft document ballooned from fewer than 40 pages to 86 pages during the week and is full of what Ms Pruse said were repetitive options that could have been easily trimmed before envoys knuckle down to the far harder task of deciding what may actually stay in the agreement at their next scheduled negotiating session in Bonn in June.在日内瓦会谈中,草案文件的篇幅从原本的不到40页增加到86页。普鲁谢认为,文本中存在许多重复的内容,在下一次会谈时,这些很轻易就会被删减。代表们预定今年6月在波恩举行下次会谈,着手处理一个难度大得多的任务——决定协议中应该保留哪些内容。The Paris deal, if agreed, will be the first in more than 20 years of UN climate negotiations to require all countries, rich and poor, to do something to stem the rising greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are warming the atmosphere, raising sea levels and fomenting more ferocious weather.巴黎气候协议一旦达成,将是联合国气候协商进程20多年来,首次要求所有国家,不论贫富,均需采取行动遏制不断上升的温室气体排放。科学家们表示,温室气体排放正在导致大气升温、海平面上升,以及极端天气现象增多。It would effectively replace the 1997 Kyoto protocol, an international climate treaty that requires wealthy countries to cut their emissions but not nations then classed as developing, such as China, which is now the world’s biggest carbon polluter.它将有效地取代1997年签署的《京都议定书》,该条约只要求富国减排,对当时被界定为发展中的国家则不作要求,比如现在已经是世界最大碳排放国的中国。While the Geneva meeting was only supposed to come up with an official negotiating text for the Paris pact, informal talks during the week revealed that a vast array of differences remain between countries over what the final agreement should look like.尽管日内瓦会议的目的只是为巴黎协议形成一份正式谈判文本,会议期间的非正式会谈却表明,各国对最终协议的内容还存在大量分歧。“There remain deep and longstanding divisions on key issues,” said Alden Meyer of the US-based Union of Concerned Scientists.“在关键问题上还存在着各种深刻、长期以来就一直存在的分歧,”总部在美国的忧思科学家联盟(Union of Concerned Scientists)的奥尔登#8226;迈耶(Alden Meyer)表示。Small island states most at risk from rising sea levels are among those demanding the deal should include a firm date some time this century, perhaps as soon as 2050, for phasing out man-made emissions, the bulk of which come from burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas.海平面上升对小岛国家最为不利,这些国家和其它一些国家一起,要求协议为逐步停止人为排放温室气体设定一个本世纪内的确定时限,比如2050年。人为排放的很大一部分来自于燃烧煤、石油和天然气等化石燃料。Oil-rich Saudi Arabia and many other countries that do not rely as heavily on fossil fuel exports for their national income say this date is completely unrealistic and even later deadlines could be difficult.石油大国沙特阿拉伯以及许多不那么依赖化石燃料出口的国家则表示,这一期限根本就不切实际,即使是再晚一些的期限,要达成目标也十分困难。The EU and many middle-income countries insist that whatever emissions targets are eventually pledged by countries as part of the agreement, they should be made as legally binding as possible, a position other countries are uneasy about.欧盟及许多中等收入国家坚持认为,无论各方最终在协议中达成何种排放目标,都应该尽可能使这些目标具有法律约束力。这种立场让其他国家感到不安。Meanwhile, the question of how much responsibility which developed versus developing countries should bear — and pay — for lowering emissions hangs over the whole agreement. The US and many others say 20-year-old divisions between rich and poor nations enshrined in earlier UN agreements cannot be maintained in Paris.与此同时,关于发达国家和发展中国家应该分别承担多少减排责任——以及分担多少经费——的问题,困扰着整个协商进程。美国及其他许多国家称,早前联合国协议中存在了20年的富国与穷国的差别待遇,不能继续保留在巴黎协议中。With so many disagreements to be resolved, some countries are concerned that the final Paris deal may be far too weak to accomplish the emissions cuts that scientists say are necessary to ward off potentially dangerous changes in the climate.等待解决的分歧如此之多,使得一些国家担心最终的巴黎协议可能会缺乏力度,以至于无法完成必要的减排。科学家称,为了避免出现潜在的危险气候变化,减排必须达到一定规模。French climate envoy, Laurence Tubiana, said this was why it was crucial for the Paris pact to produce a system of long-lasting and increasing global action on climate change.法国气候问题特使洛朗斯#8226;蒂比亚纳(Laurence Tubiana)称,正是出于这个原因,巴黎协议必须产生一项系统性的持久并逐步加强的全球应对气候变化行动。“We have to embed in the agreement an upscaling spiral of more actions,” she said.“我们应该在协议中规定要采取更多的逐步升级的行动,”她称。While the EU was frustrated by the slow pace of progress in Geneva, Christiana Figueres, head of the Bonn-based UN secretariat that helps manage the talks, said the week had offered an invaluable opportunity for all delegates to meet and understand each other’s positions better before they start tougher negotiations in Bonn in June.尽管欧盟对日内瓦会谈进展缓慢感到失望,波恩帮助协调会谈的联合国秘书处的负责人克里斯蒂娜#8226;菲格雷斯(Christiana Figueres)称,本周为所有代表提供了一次宝贵的机会,让他们6月在波恩开始更艰难的谈判前,更好地理解彼此立场。“Of course, the downside is that in June they do have 86 pages to deal with and that is an added challenge,” she said.“当然,不利的一面是他们6月要应付86页的协议内容,这是一项额外挑战,”她称。Climate campaigners, who often loudly criticise UN negotiations for being too slow and out of touch with the public’s desire for greater climate action, were unusually positive about the meeting.经常公开批评联合国谈判进程缓慢、与公众希望采取更多气候应对措施的诉求脱节的气候活动家,此次却对会议持乐观态度。“Yes, the text has grown but it was always going to grow,” said Julie-Anne Richards of the Climate Action Network, adding it was much more important that countries had agreed relatively swiftly and harmoniously on what such a complicated document could look like.“的确,文本内容是增加了,不过它总是要增加的,”气候行动网(Climate Action Network)的朱莉-安妮#8226;理查兹称。她说,更为重要的是,各国相对快速、和谐地就这样一个看起来可能十分复杂的文本达成了一致。Meanwhile, countries around the world are preparing to formally publish their emissions reduction targets ahead of the Paris meeting, with the EU, the US and others expected to divulge them before the end of March.另外,世界各国正准备在巴黎会议前正式公布各自的减排目标,欧盟、美国等预计在3月底前公布。 /201502/360318四川省中医药研究院中医医院去疤多少钱

绵阳市中心医院做双眼皮手术多少钱This week some British charities have an unexpected reason to smile. On Wednesday, European and American regulators imposed fines of .3bn on six large banks for rigging foreign exchange markets. In the past, the British government has directed some of the money raised from so-called “misdemeanour fines” to worthy causes such as a physical rehabilitation programme for soldiers; it will probably do the same this time. As George Osborne, the UK chancellor, put it: “We’re using the money raised from fines on those who demonstrated the very worst of values in our society to support those who demonstrate the very best.”一些英国慈善机构有了一个惊喜的理由。上周三,欧洲和美国监管当局以操纵外汇市场为由,向6家大开出43亿美元的罚单。在过去,英国政府曾把这类来自所谓“不端行为罚款”的收入部分投入到高尚的事业中,比如士兵身体康复计划。这次英国政府很可能也将这么做。正如英国财相乔治#8226;奥斯本(George Osborne)所说:“我们把对于那些在我们的社会里展示出最糟糕价值观的人的罚款所得,用来资助那些展示出最美好价值观的人。”Yet this type of initiative is the exception, not the rule. The fines now being imposed by western regulators are dramatically higher than anything seen before, but much of the money is not being used in a transparent way. That flies in the face of politicians’ demands for finance to become more open. It also risks undermining the search for a sense of justice – and closure.不过,这种做法属于例外,而不是通行规则。西方监管机构如今开出的罚款金额比以往高很多,但部分罚款的使用并不透明。这与政治家们关于提高财政透明度的要求背道而驰,也可能破坏社会对正义感——以及有始有终的感觉——的追求。“It’s very hard to see what is really going on,” observes Roger McCormick, a London-based economist who has been tracking the recent bank penalties. Charles Calomiris, a finance professor at Columbia Business School agrees: “The situation is strange – its incredibly hard to get much data at all.”“很难看清罚款到底怎么使用的,”伦敦的经济学家罗杰#8226;麦考密克(Roger McCormick)说。他一直在关注近来受处罚的事情。哥伦比亚商学院(Columbia Business School)的金融学教授查尔斯#8226;卡洛米里什(Charles Calomiris)表示认同:“眼下的情形很奇怪——想要获得数据真是太难了。”What public numbers do exist are thought-provoking. According to Professor McCormick’s research, between 2009 and 2013 the 12 global banks paid out #163;105.4bn worth of fines to European and US regulators, for crimes ranging from the mis-selling of mortgages to rigging the Libor index of interbank lending rates. They also made #163;61.23bn provisions for future fines.能找到的公开数字发人深思。麦考密克教授的研究显示,2009年至2013年,12家全球性共向欧美监管机构缴纳了1054亿英镑的罚款,因为它们犯下了从不当销售抵押贷款到操纵伦敦间同业拆借利率(Libor)等各种罪名。它们还为未来罚款做了612.3亿英镑的拨备。Data from the Financial Conduct Authority, the British regulator, suggests that it has collected about #163;2.5bn since 2012, including this week’s fines. Traditionally, regulators used to keep the money they collected in penalties. But since 2012, the FCA has handed this money to the Treasury (after deducting #163;40m of annual staff costs) and Mr Osborne has said that he will hand over about #163;300m of this to charity.英国金融市场行为监管局(FCA)的数据表明,包括上周的罚款,自2012年以来其收到了约25亿英镑的罚款。传统上,监管机构通常会保留它们所收的罚款。但自2012年以来,FCA已把这笔收入上缴至英国财政部(事先已扣除了每年4000万英镑的人员费用),奥斯本表示,他将把其中约3亿英镑资金投入到慈善事业中。What will happen to the rest is unclear; it is currently placed in a general government pot. But the situation in the US is lamentably more opaque, since fines are being imposed by numerous different entities.但其余罚款如何处置,目前不得而知;这笔钱存放在一个一般政府资金池中。但美国的情况更为不透明,因为罚单是由形形色色的机构开出的。The large federal agencies, such as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (both of which fined the banks for forex abuses) hand money from penalties over to the Treasury. There it vanishes into a general budget pot. When state regulators and other bodies collect fines they tend to shower the money on plaintiffs, community groups and lawyers, as well as state attorneys-general, usually in private settlements that entail minimal public disclosure.大型联邦机构会把罚款上交美国财政部,比如美国货币监理署(OCC)和商品期货交易委员会(CFTC),这两家机构都曾以操纵外汇市场为由对开过罚单。于是罚款会进入一个一般预算资金池。当州监管当局和其他机构收到罚款时,它们往往把罚款用于原告、社区团体和律师,也会用于州总检察长——在公开披露程度极低的私下和解时通常如此。Take the .7bn “comprehensive settlement” that Bank of America unveiled in August with the Department of Justice, a collection of federal agencies and six state attorneys-general. When BofA announced this, it said it would pay out .95bn for “civil monetary penalties” and so-called “compensatory remediation payments”, but it did not reveal who would receive those sums.以美国(BoA)为例,该行8月公布,跟美国司法部(DoJ)、多家联邦机构和6位州总检察长达成了167亿美元的“全面和解”。在宣布这一消息时,美银表示将缴纳99.5亿美元“民事罚款”和所谓“赔偿补救款”,但没有透露罚款接受方是谁。And though local academics, such as Prof Calomiris, have been trying to research the issue, they have found it hard to get any information, since once the money flows into the budget of state officials the local attorneys-general have huge discretion about how they use these large windfalls. “It is a real subversion of the fiscal process,” Prof Calomiris observes.此外,尽管卡洛米里什教授等本国学者一直在研究此问题,但他们发现很难获取任何信息,因为罚款进入州官员的预算之后,州总检察长对这笔巨大的意外收入有着很大的自由处置权。“这实际上破坏了财政流程,”卡洛米里什教授表示。This opacity is undesirable. There is good reason to impose hefty fines on the banks, given the scale of the scandals of recent years; unless they are punished it will be hard for the public to ever feel that justice has been done. But at the very least, there needs to be more public debate about how this punishment pot will actually be used; after all, one lesson from the financial crisis is that opacity has a nasty habit of breeding abuse.这种不透明状况非常不可取。鉴于近些年来的丑闻范围波及之广,监管当局有充足的理由对处以高额罚款;若不处罚这些,将很难让公众产生正义得到伸张的感觉。但最起码,需要对罚款资金池的未来用途进行更公开的讨论;毕竟,金融危机的教训之一,就是不透明很可能滋生不端行为。Or to put it another way, the British government deserves one cheer for trying to find a way of using the misdemeanour fines for greater public good; indeed, it is a move that politicians in America should consider copying.换个角度来说,英国政府设法将不端行为罚款用于增进公共利益,是值得称赞之举;事实上,美国的政治家们应当考虑效仿这一做法。The UK Treasury would deserve a second cheer if it published audited accounts of how this money is used (a move it is now considering). But what is really needed is a public database of what is happening in the whole of Europe – and, above all, in the US.如果英国财政部能够公布关于罚款使用情况的审计账目(其正在考虑这一举措),将是另一值得称赞之举。但是,当前真正需要做的是针对整个欧洲——更重要的还有美国——的罚款使用情况,建立一个公共数据库。Particularly since that eye-popping #163;167bn tally is unlikely to be the final hit.何况目前已高得令人瞠目的1670亿英镑罚款不太可能是最终的罚款总额。 /201411/343560成都/去肿眼泡手术 成都/激光美容科哪里好

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