1.Clintonhas strongly defended those practices and blamed excesses on the money-gobblingU.S. political system, which he says is “out of whack”.
2.标题Clinton Shows Weakness Among
His Own Generation
3.So far, 51 trade complaints have been lodged with WTO. That’s almost one-third thenumber of disputes handled by the WTO’s predecessor, The General Agreement onTariff and Trade in its half century of existence.
4.At the other extreme will be specialists that survive by doing one thing eithervery cheaply or exceptionally well.
By offering lowerprices or better services, specialists will discipline the financialsupermarkets.
5.West Germany ‘s Volkswagen and other manufacturers are well entrenched and have beenable to get protective barriers against possible Japanese competition.
6.TheGen. Eric Shinseke is depicted as a by-the-book and overly cautious officerduring his tour in Bosnia.
Tour：period of duty任期
7.The primary currency of the SALT negotiations became limit on the number of launchers,not limits on missiles or their characteristics.
SALT：Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
8.Alliedjets were able to destroy “few, if any, mobile launchers” of scud missilesfired by Iraq at Saudi Arabia and Israel during the conflict.
9.Themost savvy companies realize that it will help them to discover new customers,writing more revenue out of existing ones, and lower financing costs.
10.So big is the capital-spending boom that Japanese Companies’ outlays in Japan topped American Companies domestic outlay by $521.4 billion to $494.8 billion in the months ended March13 even through Japan total output of goods and services is less than two-thirdAmerica’s.