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            1. 奧巴馬講話 打造公平有競爭的市場環境
              文章來源:未知 文章作者:enread 發布時間:2017-01-03 07:00 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
              Hi, everybody. If you've ever played a game of basketball in a gym, or entered a contest in school, or started a small business in your hometown, you know that competition is a good thing. It pushes us to do our best. And you know that a fight is only fair when everybody has a chance to win, when the playing field is level for everybody, and the rules are clear and consistent.
              That's important to our consumers, our workers, our employers, and our farmers. You deserve a fair shake, even though there might be much bigger players in the market. Without a truly competitive marketplace, those big companies can raise costs,or slack off on offering good service, or keep their workers' wages too low.
              And in an era when large corporations often merge1 to form even larger ones, our leaders have an even greater responsibility to look out for us as consumers. To keep America's economy growing and America's businesses thriving, we need to protect the principle of fair competition.
              That's not, by the way, a Democratic idea or a Republican idea - it's an American idea, because it's the best way to make sure the best ideas rise to the top. My administration has done a lot to keep the marketplace fair. We defended a free, open, and accessible internet that doesn't let service providers pick winners and losers. We cracked down on conflicts of interest by making sure professionals who give you retirement2 advice do so in your best interest, not in theirs. And in the last few months, we've made even more progress.
              This week, my Department of Agriculture took major steps to protect farmers from unfair treatment by bigger processors. These rules will help swine, beef cattle,and especially poultry3 growers who have fewer choices in where they sell their products.
              This month, the FDA started taking steps to make hearing aids more affordable4 for more than the nearly 30 million Americans suffering from the frustration5 of hearing loss.
              We think people with moderate hearing loss should be able to buy a hearing aid over the counter as easily as you can buy reading glasses at your local pharmacy6.


              1 merge qCpxF     
              • I can merge my two small businesses into a large one.我可以將我的兩家小商店合并為一家大商行。
              • The directors have decided to merge the two small firms together.董事們已決定把這兩家小商號歸并起來。
              2 retirement TWoxH     
              • She wanted to enjoy her retirement without being beset by financial worries.她想享受退休生活而不必為金錢擔憂。
              • I have to put everything away for my retirement.我必須把一切都積蓄起來以便退休后用。
              3 poultry GPQxh     
              • There is not much poultry in the shops. 商店里禽肉不太多。
              • What do you feed the poultry on? 你們用什么飼料喂養家禽?
              4 affordable kz6zfq     
              • The rent for the four-roomed house is affordable.四居室房屋的房租付得起。
              • There are few affordable apartments in big cities.在大城市中沒有幾所公寓是便宜的。
              5 frustration 4hTxj     
              • He had to fight back tears of frustration.他不得不強忍住失意的淚水。
              • He beat his hands on the steering wheel in frustration.他沮喪地用手打了幾下方向盤。
              6 pharmacy h3hzT     
              • She works at the pharmacy.她在藥房工作。
              • Modern pharmacy has solved the problem of sleeplessness.現代制藥學已經解決了失眠問題。
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