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(23 Apr 10) (21 Sept 11) (23 Oct 11) (1 July 19)

 

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(26 Sept 11) (28 Oct 11) (5 July 19)

 

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(25 June 10) (2 Oct 11) (6 Nov 11) (11 July 19)

 

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(2 Oct 11) (11 Nov 11) (14 July 19)

 

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(22 Aug 10) (18 Oct 11) (9 Nov 11) (15 July 19)

 

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(20 July 08) (3 Jan 10) (18 Oct 11) (14 Nov 11)

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚WiSuzume, 1 July 19j

 

Due to the prolonged recession, this year's Otoshidama, present money for children which was given to celebrate the New Year, decreased compared to last year. More than half of the elementary school kids received Otoshidama between 20,000 yen and 40,000 yen. Children were given the cash gift by nine people on average. When we compare the total amount of the present money they got this year and last year, the percentage of the children who got less money (48%) almost doubled that of the children who got more money (23%).

 

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Due to the prolonged recession, this year's Otoshidama, a cash gift present money for to children which was given to celebrate the New Year, decreased from compared to last year. More than half of the elementary school kids received Otoshidama between 20,000 yen and 40,000 yen. Children were given the cash gift by nine people on average. When we compare the total amount of the cash gift present money they got this year and last year, the percentage of the children who got less money (48%) almost doubled that of the children who got more money (23%).

 

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Due to the prolonged recession, this year's Otoshidama, a cash gift to children to celebrate the New Year, decreased from last year. More than half of the elementary school kids received Otoshidama between 20,000 yen and 40,000 yen. Children were given the cash gift by nine people on average. When we compare the total amount of the cash gift they got this year and last year, the percentage of the children who got less money (48%) almost doubled that of the children who got more money (23%).

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViLucca, 23 October 11j

 

Decrease New Years Cash Gifts

 

This year, children received the less amount of money as New Years cash gifts than the previous year due to the prolonged recession. A majority of primary school children received the cash gifts from 20 thousand to 40 thousand in total during New Year holidays from nine people on average. Compared to the previous year, forty-eight percent of children decreased the amount of the cash gifts and was twice as larger as twenty-three percent of children who increased the amount of them.

 

“Yí

 

Decrease New Yearsf Cash Gifts Decrease

 

This year, children received the a less amount of money as the New Yearsf cash gifts than last year the previous year due to the prolonged recession. A majority of primary school children received the a cash gifts of between from 20 thousand and to 40 thousand yen in total during the New Year holidays from nine people on average. Compared to the previous year, fForty-eight percent of children received less and decreased the amount of the cash gifts and was twice as larger as twenty-three percent of children received more than last year who increased the amount of them1.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

New Yearsf Cash Gifts Decrease

 

This year, children received a less amount of money as the New Yearsf cash gift than last year due to the prolonged recession. A majority of primary school children received a cash gift of between 20 thousand and 40 thousand yen in total during the New Year holidays from nine people on average. Forty-eight percent of children received less and twenty-three percent of children received more than last year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxttomi, 21 September 11j

 

"Dwindling New Year's Gift Moneyh

 

Amid prolonged recession, Children this year received smaller amount of gOtoshidamah, New Yearfs gift money, than last year. Amount-wise, a majority of elementary school kids received 20,000 to 40,000 yen of gOtoshidamah. They received the money from nine adults on average including their parents and relatives. As compared with last year, 48% of the kids received smaller amount of gOtoshidamah, while another 23% r

 

“Yí

 

"Dwindling Amounts of New Year's Gift Moneyh

 

Amid the prolonged recession, Cchildren this year received a smaller amount of gOtoshidamah, New Yearfs gift money, than last year. Amount-wise, aA majority of elementary school kids received 20,000 to 40,000 yen of gOtoshidamah. They received the money from nine adults on average including their parents and relatives. As compared with last year, 48 %  Forty-eight percent of the kids received less and smaller amount of gOtoshidamah, while another 23%  twenty-three percent received more money than last year larger sum of money.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Dwindling Amounts of New Year's Gift Moneyh

 

Amid the prolonged recession, children this year received a smaller amount of gOtoshidamah, New Yearfs gift money, than last year. A majority of elementary school kids received 20,000 to 40,000 yen of gOtoshidamah. They received the money from nine adults on average including their parents and relatives. Forty-eight percent of the kids received less and  twenty-three percent received more money than last year .

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiKalo, 23 April 10j

 

"New Yearfs Money Gifts Down amid Recessionh

 

Amid the prolonged economic slump, the amount of money given to children on New Yearfs Day has fallen from last year. More than half of elementary pupils received money ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen from an average of nine adults. 48 percent of the pupils received less money than last year, nearly doubling 23 percent of them who received more.

 

“Yí

 

"New Yearfs Money Gifts Down aAmid Recessionh

 

Amid the prolonged economic slump, the amount of money given to children on New Yearfs Day has fallen from last year. More than half of elementary pupils received money ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen from an average of nine adults on average. Forty-eight1 48 percent of the pupils received less money than last year, while2 nearly doubling 23 twenty-three percent of them who received more.

 

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1.       ”Žš‚Đ‚į‚Í‚ķ‚Ü‚é•ķ‚́A‚ą‚ą‚Đ‚į•ķ‚ŠŽn‚Ü‚é‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚ą‚Æ‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Č‚Ē‚Ė‚ŁA‰pŒę‚Å•\‹L‚·‚é‚ЁAAbout 48 percent of ~ ‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ɉp’PŒę‚ð•t‚Ŋ‚é‚Æ‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB23 percent‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚ā‚ą‚ę‚É‚ ‚í‚đ‚ĉpŒę‚Å•\‹L‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

2.       doubling 23 percent‚Æ‚·‚é‚Ædoubling‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī“Ūė‚Š‰―‚Џd—v‚ČˆÓ–Ą‚ðŽ‚Â‚æ‚Ī‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B’P‚Ƀp[ƒZƒ“ƒg‚Ė”äŠr‚Č‚įAnearly twice as large as 23 percent of them ~‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·‚Š“Yí‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚·‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"New Yearfs Money Gifts Down Amid Recessionh

 

Amid the prolonged economic slump, the amount of money given to children on New Yearfs Day has fallen from last year. More than half of elementary pupils received money ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen from  nine adults on average. Forty-eight percent of the pupils received less money than last year while twenty-three percent of them received more.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Si‚ ‚·‚ЁA31 December 09j

 

"Less New Year's Cash Gifts"

 

The long recession have influenced children's New Year's cash gifts by reducing them than last year.  It is said that a majority of elementary students have received between 20,000 and 40,000 yen for the total cash gifts from 9 people on an average. Compared to the amount of last cash gifts, 48 % of children had less cash, and 23 % of children had an increased cash.

 

“Yí

 

"Less New Year's Cash Gifts Went Down1"

 

The long recession have has influenced children's New Year's cash gifts to children by reducing them than from last year.  It is said that aA majority of elementary school children2 students have received between 20,000 and 40,000 yen for the total cash gifts from nine 93 people on an average. Compared to the amount of last cash gifts last year, 48 % of children had received less cash, while4 and 23 % of children received more had an increased cash.

 

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1.       •Ą‡–žŽŒ‚ĖŽåŒę‚Č‚Ė‚Å•ķ‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       uŽŠwķ‚Ė”N—î‚ĖŽq‹Ÿv‚Æ”N—î‚Š‘åØ‚ŁAŠwķ‚Å‚ ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Í‘åØ‚Å‚Í‚Č‚Ē‚Ė‚ŁA“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č•\Œŧ‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

3.       ˆęŒ…‚Ė”Žš‚̓Aƒ‹ƒtƒ@ƒxƒbƒg‚Å•\‹L‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š•ķ‚Ė’†‚Å—Ž‚ŋ’…‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       “ā—e‚ð‘Δ䂷‚é‚―‚ß‚É‚Íand‚æ‚čwhile‚Š—LŒø‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

" New Year's Cash Gifts Went Down1"

 

The long recession has influenced New Year's cash gifts to children by reducing them from last year. A majority of elementary school children have received between 20,000 and 40,000 yen for the total cash gifts from nine people on average. Compared to the amount of  cash gifts last year, 48 % of children received less while 23 % of children received more.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA25 May 08j

 

gLess Cash Gifts On New Yearf dayh

 

On the New Yearfs day, this year, children could receive just less amount of cash gifts than last year under the drawn-out recession. A majority of elementary school children got the total amount of cash gifts ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen this year. They received cash gifts from an average of nine adults. Forty eight percent of children received less amount of cash gifts this year than last year.  The ratio was twice as much as twenty three percent who received more cash gifts than last year.

 

“Yí

 

gLess Cash Gifts for On New Yearf s dDay Gifts1h

 

On the New Yearfs dDay, this year, children could received just2 less amount of cash gifts for their New Yearfs Day cash gifts than last year, reflecting under the drawn-out recession. A majority of elementary school children received3 between got the total amount of cash gifts ranging from 20,000 and to 40,000 yen this year. They received cash gifts from an average of nine adults on average. Forty eight percent of them4 children received less amount of cash gifts this year than last year. while The ratio was twice as much as twenty three percent who received more cash gifts than last year5.

 

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‰p•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‚Ų‚Ú‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠAÅŠú‚Ė•ķ‚ĖThe ratio‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņB

 

1.       less cash gifts‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚Ļ”N‹Ę‚Ė”‚Š­‚Č‚ĒA‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪˆÓ–Ą‚É‚Æ‚é‚Ė‚Šˆę”Ę“I‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       The current drawn-out recession is tough for children too. On New Yearfs Day, children could just receive less cash ~.‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‡˜‚É‚·‚é‚Æcould just receive‚ĖˆÓ–Ą‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚·‚ŠA“Še‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č•ķ‚Ė\Ž‚Ė‚Æ‚Ŧ‚Í’P‚Éreceived less cash‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪBa smaller amount of cash‚Æamount‚Š“ü‚é‚Æ‚Ŧ‚Ísmaller‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪBless‚͈ę”Ę“I‚Åsmaller‚Í‹ï‘Ė“I‚Å‚·B

 

3.       ‘O‚Ė•ķ‚Å‚Ļ”N‹Ę‚Ė‹āŠz‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ð‚Ē‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚Í‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·‚Đ‚įAreceived between 20,000 and 40,000 yen‚Å‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

4.       them‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ•ķÍ‚Å‚·‚Å‚É‚Å‚Ä‚Ŧ‚―ŽŠwķ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·Bchildren‚Å‚Í‚Ü‚―Žq‹Ÿˆę”Ę‚É–ß‚Á‚Ä‚ĩ‚Ü‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

5.       u‹āŠz‚ðð”N‚Æ”ä‚Ũ‚é‚ƁAŒļ‚Á‚―Žq‚Į‚ā‚Š‚S‚W“‚ŁA‘‚Ķ‚―‚Ė‚Q‚R“‚Ė‚Ų‚Ú“ņ”{‚ĖŠ„‡‚ū‚Á‚―Bv‚Í“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É“ņ”{‚ĖŠ„‡‚ðČ—Š‚ĩ‚Ä‚ā“ā—e‚Í‚æ‚­‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B“ņ”{‚ĖŠ„‡‚ð“ü‚ę‚é‚Æ‚Ŧ‚Í. Forty eight percent of children received less amount of cash gifts this year than last year. The ratio This was twice as much many as twenty three percent who received more cash gifts than last year.‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB‚ą‚ą‚ÅThis‚ÍForty eight percent of children‚ðŽw‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gLess Cash for New Yearf s Day Giftsh

 

On New Yearfs Day this year, children received less cash for their New Yearfs Day cash gifts than last year, reflecting the drawn-out recession. A majority of elementary school children received between 20,000 and 40,000 yen. They received cash gifts from nine adults on average. Forty eight percent of them received less cash this year than last year while  twenty three percent received more.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA31 December 06j

 

"Decreased Money as a New Year's Gift"

 

This year, the children in Japan have gotten less amount of money as a New Yearfs gift than last year because of the lingered recession. More than half of the children aged at elementary school grades got the money ranged from 20,000 to 40,000 yen. They were gifted money from nine people on average. The percentage of the children who got less amount of money than last year was 48 percents and this figure was twice as large as the children of 23 percents who got more money than last year.

 

“Yí

 

"Decreased Money Cash Gifts on as a New Year's Day1 Gift"

 

This year, the children in Japan have gotten a less amount of money as a the New Yearfs cash gift than last year because of the lingered lingering2 recession. More than half of the children aged at of elementary school grades got the money ranged ranging2 from 20,000 to 40,000 yen. They were gifted money received cash gifts from nine people on average. The percentage of the children who got a less amount of money this year than last year was 48 percents and this figure was twice as large as the children of 23 percents who got more money this year than last year3.

 

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1.       ‚Ļ”N‹Ę‚ÍNew Yearfs cash gift‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪBƒNƒŠƒXƒ}ƒX‚É‘Ą‚č•Ļ‚ð‚·‚éKŠĩ‚͉Ē•Ä‚ɍL‚­—L‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠAŒŧ‹ā‚ð‘Ą‚č•Ļ‚É‚·‚é‚ą‚Ƃ͏­‚Č‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪiŽ„‚É‚ÍŒoŒą‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņjB‚ŧ‚ę‚ŁA‚ą‚ą‚Écash gift‚Æcash‚ð“ü‚ę‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

2.       the recession that has been lingering for a while‚ĖČ—ŠŒ`‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įAthe lingering recession‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B“Ŋ—l‚Éthe money that ranged from 20,000 to 40,000 yen‚Íthe money ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       Ą”N‚Æ‹Ž”N‚Ė”äŠr‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚·‚é‚æ‚Ī‚Éthis year‚ð“ü‚ę‚é‚Æ‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Decreased Cash Gifts on New Year's Day"

 

This year, children in Japan have gotten a less amount of money as the New Yearfs cash gift than last year because of the lingering recession. More than half of the children of elementary school grades got the money ranging from 20,000 to 40,000 yen. They  received cash gifts from nine people on average. The percentage of the children who got a less amount of money this year than last year was 48 percent and this was twice as large as 23 percent who got more money this year than last year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Pi–ēA26 Feb 03j

 

gA Decreasing Amount of New Yearfs Gifth

 

The amount of gift that Japanese children receive on New Yearfs Day has been reduced by a long recession in the economy. More than half of primary school age children received the total amount of 20,000 to 40, 000 yen. On average, they received a gift from nine people. Among the children, those who received less cash gifts this year than last year were 48 percent, while those who received more gifts this year than last year were 23 percent.

 

“Yí

 

gA The Decreasing Amount of New Yearfs Cash Gifth

 

The prolonged economic recession has had an impact on1 Tthe amount of cash gift that Japanese children receive on New Yearfs Day has been reduced by a long recession in the economy. More than half of primary school age children received the a total amount of 20,000 to 40, 000 yen each2. On average, they received a cash gifts from nine people. Among the children, those who 48 percent of them 3received less cash gifts this year than last year were 48 percent, while those who 23 percent of them received more gifts this year than last year were 23 percent.

 

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2.       uŽŠwķ‚Å‚Í“ņ–œ‰~‚Đ‚įŽl–œ‰~‚Ė”͈͂Š‰ß”ž”‚ðč‚ß‚―Bv‚Łu‰ß”ž”‚ĖŽŠwķ‚Š`v‚Æ‚ĩ‚―‚Ė‚Í—Į‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

3.       u48ƒp[ƒZƒ“ƒg‚ĖŽq‚Į‚ā‚Š`A23ƒp[ƒZƒ“ƒg‚ĖŽq‚Į‚ā‚Š`v‚Æ‚·‚é‚Ɛ”Žš‚Ė”äŠr‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

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gThe Decreasing Amount of New Yearfs Cash Gifth

 

The prolonged economic recession has had an impact on the amount of cash gift Japanese children receive on New Yearfs Day. More than half of primary school age children received a total amount of 20,000 to 40, 000 yen each. On average, they received cash gifts from nine people. Among the children, 48 percent of them received less cash gifts this year than last year, while 23 percent of them received more gifts this year than last.

 

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiSuzume, 3 July 19j

 

Municipal governments have been increasing the number of part-time and temporary workers, mainly in the area of social welfare services for the purpose of meeting a growing need for services for the residents while reducing labor cost. However, there are growing calls from the non-regular workers for improving the working conditions saying, "We are always at risk of involuntary unemployment and feel strong anxiety about our future," or "We are doing the same jobs, but there are huge pay differentials between the regular workers and non-regular workers."

 

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Municipal governments have been increasing the number of part-time and temporary workers, mainly in the area of social welfare services for the purpose of meeting a growing need for services for the residents while reducing labor cost. However, there are growing calls from the non-regular workers for improving the their working conditions saying, "We are always at risk of involuntary termination of our jobs unemployment and feel strong anxiety about our future," or "We are doing the same jobs, but there are huge pay differentials between the regular workers and non-regular workers."

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

Municipal governments have been increasing the number of part-time and temporary workers, mainly in the area of social welfare services for the purpose of meeting a growing need for services for the residents while reducing labor cost. However, there are growing calls from the non-regular workers for improving their working conditions saying, "We are always at risk of involuntary termination of our jobs and feel strong anxiety about our future," or "We are doing the same jobs, but there are huge pay differentials between the regular workers and non-regular workers."

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 23 October 11j

 

Local Governments Increase the Number of Part Timers and Temporary Workers

 

Local governments are increasing the number of part timers and temporary workers in public welfare facilities. This is because the governments are under pressure to the reduction of labor costs and expanding many services that residents want. However, these workers complain that, "We have a probability of becoming unemployed" and "Our pay are lower than the pay of regular staff despite the same job", appealing for better working conditions.

 

“Yí

 

Local Governments Increase the Number of Part Timers and Temporary Workers

 

Local governments are increasing the number of part timers and temporary workers in at public welfare facilities. This is because the governments are under pressure to the reduce reduction of labor costs and expanding many services that their residents want at the same time. However, these workers complain that, "We have a high risk of losing our jobs, probability of becoming unemployed" and "Our pays are lower than those the pay of the regular staff when we are doing despite the same jobs.", They appealing for better working conditions.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

Local Governments Increase the Number of Part Timers and Temporary Workers

 

Local governments are increasing the number of part timers and temporary workers at public welfare facilities. This is because the governments are under pressure to reduce  labor costs and expand many services that their residents want at the same time. However, these workers complain, "We have a high risk of losing our jobs," and "Our pays are lower than those of the regular staff when we are doing the same jobs." They appeal for better working conditions.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Simxtomi, 26 September 11j

 

gIncreasing Non-regular Employees in Local Governmenth  @  

 

A host of local governments have been increasing the number of part-time employees and/or temporary employees to work mainly in the field of welfare services. Through this arrangement, they aim at meeting the increasing requirement for public services while achieving some manpower cost reduction. However there is a growing call for better working conditions from non-regular employees saying gWe are under constant fear of job lossh, or gWhy are we paid less than regular employees who are doing the same job as ours?h

 

“Yí

 

gIncreasing Non-regular Employees in Local Governmentsh  @  

 

A host of local governments have been increasing the number of part-time employees and/or temporary employees to work1 mainly in the field of welfare services. Through this arrangement, they aim at meeting the increasing requirement for public services while achieving some manpower cost reduction. However, there is a growing call for better working conditions from non-regular employees. They claim, saying gWe are under constant fear of losing jobs lossh, or gWhy are we paid less than regular employees who are doing the same jobs as ours?h

 

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1.       To work‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ɓui‘ž‚ĖŽdŽ–‚ā‚·‚é‚ŠjŽå‚É•ŸŽƒƒT[ƒrƒX‚ð‚·‚éEˆõv‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪˆÓ–Ą‚É‚Æ‚ę‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gIncreasing Non-regular Employees in Local Governmentsh  @  

 

A host of local governments have been increasing the number of part-time employees and/or temporary employees mainly in the field of welfare services. Through this arrangement, they aim at meeting the increasing requirement for public services while achieving some manpower cost reduction. However, there is a growing call for better working conditions from non-regular employees. They claim, gWe are under constant fear of losing jobs h, or gWhy are we paid less than regular employees who are doing the same jobs as ours?h

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 3 October 07j

 

"Local Governments to Increase Part-time and Temporary Workers"

 

An increasing number of local governments are employing part-time and temporary workers, especially in the field of social welfare programs. Employing these workers who can be paid much less than full-time workers, the local governments say, allows them to cut payroll costs and allocate more budget for meeting growing needs of local residents. However, these part-time and temporary workers are demanding the improvement in their labor conditions, claiming that they are living in fear of job loss and that they are paid so much less than full-time workers even though their jobs are the same as those of full-time workers.

 

“Yí

 

"Local Governments to Increase Part-time and Temporary Workers"

 

An increasing number of local governments are employing part-time and temporary workers, especially in the field of social welfare programs. Employing these workers who can be paid much less than full-time workers, the local governments say, allows them to cut payroll costs and allocate more budget for meeting growing needs of local residents. However, these part-time and temporary workers are demanding the improvement in their labor conditions, claiming that they are living in fear of losing their jobs1 job loss and that they are paid so much less than full-time workers even though their jobs are the same as those of full-time workers.

  

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1.       job loss caused by recession, job gain in tourism industries‚Č‚Į‚ŁuŒŲ—p‚Ė‘rŽļAŒŲ—p‚Ė‘‰Áv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚æ‚Ī‚ÉŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚·‚ŠA‚ą‚ą‚ł͈ę”Ę“I‚ČŒŲ—p‚Ė‘rŽļ‚æ‚čAlosing their jobs‚Æ‹ï‘Ė“I‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Local Governments to Increase Part-time and Temporary Workers"

 

An increasing number of local governments are employing part-time and temporary workers, especially in the field of social welfare programs. Employing these workers who can be paid much less than full-time workers, the local governments say, allows them to cut payroll costs and allocate more budget for meeting growing needs of local residents. However, these part-time and temporary workers are demanding the improvement in their labor conditions, claiming that they are living in fear of losing their jobs and that they are paid so much less than full-time workers even though their jobs are the same as those of full-time workers.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA3 January 07j

 

"Enforcing the Part-Time Staff in Municipal Governments"

 

Municipal governments are enforcing part-time staff at the welfare service areas. This is aimed at meeting citizensf needs as well as reducing labor costs. However, the part-time staff is calling for improvement of their working conditions including uncertainty about job security and lower wages than the regular staff. The part-time staff is claiming that they are on the same duty as the regular staff.

 

“Yí

 

"Enforcing the Increasing Part-Time Staff in Municipal Governments"

 

Municipal governments are enforcing increasing part-time staff at in the welfare service areas programs. They are aiming1 This is aimed at meeting citizensf needs as well as reducing labor costs. However, the part-time staff is are calling for improvement of in their working conditions including uncertainty about job security and lower wages2. than the regular staff. The part-time staff is claiming They claim that their wages are lower than those of the regular staff even though they are on the same duty as the regular staff.

 

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2.       improvement in their wages‚Å’Ā‹ā‚Ė‰ü‘P‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪˆÓ–Ą‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚·‚é‚Æimprovement‚Ė’†‚Ɂu’Ā‹ā‚ðã‚°‚év‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪˆÓ–Ą‚ŠŠÜ‚Ü‚ę‚Ü‚·‚Đ‚įlow‚Í—v‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņBimprovement in uncertain job security‚āimprovement in job security‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Íuncertain‚ð“ü‚ę‚é‚Ɓu•sˆĀ’č‚ČŒŲ—pðŒvŽĐ‘Ė‚Ė‰ü‘PA‚Æ‚Č‚čˆÓ–Ą‚Š•s–ū‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B‚Ü‚―A•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚ðˆę“x‚ą‚ą‚Ő؂Á‚āA“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É‚·‚é‚Æ•ķ‚Ė\‘Ē‚ŠŠČ’P‚É‚Č‚čA“ā—e‚ā‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

" Increasing Part-Time Staff in Municipal Governments"

 

Municipal governments are increasing part-time staff in welfare service programs. They are aiming at meeting citizensf needs as well as reducing labor costs. However, the part-time staff are calling for improvement in their working conditions including job security and wages.  They claim that their wages are lower than those of the regular staff even though they are on the same duty as the regular staff.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Piƒoƒ“ƒKƒNA26 Feb 03j

 

gAn Increasing Number of Part-Time Workers at Municipal Governmentsh

 

Municipal governments are hiring more and more people on a part-time basis in the area of social services. This is because they want to save labor costs but at the same time meet increasing demand for services in these areas. But they also face increasing complaints from the part-time workers. They think that their jobs are not secure and their wages are much lower than those of permanent employees.

 

“Yí

 

gAn Increasing Number of Part-Time Workers at in Municipal Governmentsh

 

Municipal governments are hiring more and more people on a part-time basis in the area of social services1. This is because they want to save labor costs but at the same time meet the increasing demand for services in these such areas as social welfare programs. But they also face increasing rising complaints from the part-time workers. They think2 that their jobs are not secure and their wages are much lower than those of permanent employees even when their job content is the same3.

 

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1.       ŽŸ‚Ė•ķ‚Å“Ŋ‚ķ‚ą‚Æ‚Šo‚Ä‚­‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚Ė•ķ‚Å‚ÍČ—Š‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

2.       •s–ž‚Ė“ā—e‚ð“ŊŠi‚Ėthatß‚Őā–ū‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B’·‚Ē•ķÍ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠAthatß‚Í“ā—e“I‚É“Æ—§‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚Å“ĮŽŌ‚É‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       u“Ŋ‚ķŽdŽ–‚Č‚Ė‚Ɂ`v‚͑厖‚Č“ā—e‚Č‚Ė‚Å“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É’Į‰Á‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

Municipal governments are hiring more and more people on a part-time basis. This is because they want to save labor costs but at the same time meet the increasing demand for services in such areas as social welfare programs. But they also face rising complaints from the part-time workers that their jobs are not secure and their wages are much lower than those of permanent employees even when their job content is the same.

 

 

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‚QŒŽ‚P“úŒß‘O‚P‚OŽž‚S‚O•Š‚ē‚ëA‹ž“s•{ˆŧ•”Žs‚Ė‚i‚q•‘’ߐü“ĨØ‚ŁA‰Ą’f’†‚Ėƒgƒ‰ƒbƒN‚ŠƒOƒ‰ƒXƒtƒ@ƒCƒo[ŧŽÕ’f–_i’·‚ģ‚UE‚Wƒ[ƒgƒ‹j‚ɐڐGBÜ‚ę‚―ŽÕ’f–_‚ŠA’žŒã‚ɒʉ߂ĩ‚―ˆŧ•””­“Œ•‘’ߍs‚Ŧ‰õ‘Ž“dŽÔi‚Q—žAæ‹q–ņ‚R‚Olj‚Ėæ“ŠŽÔ—ž‚Ėæ~ƒhƒA‚É“–‚―‚čAƒKƒ‰ƒX‚Š•ēX‚ÉŠ„‚ę‚―Bæ‹q‚Ė—Ŧ‚ŠƒKƒ‰ƒX•Ð‚ōķŽč‚ÉŒy‚Ē‚Ŋ‚ŠB“dŽÔ‚͏æ‹q‚ð•Ę‚ĖŽÔ—ž‚Ɉڂĩ‚―ŒãA‚P‚V•Š’x‚ę‚ʼn^“]‚ðÄŠJ‚ĩ‚―B

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiSuzume, 5 July 19j

 

At about 10:40 am on February 1, a truck that was crossing a railroad crossing on the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture, hit a glass fiber crossbar (6.8 meters long) at the site and broke it. Then the broken bar hit a boarding door of the first car of a rapid train (comprising two cars, about 30 passengers on board) from Ayabe for Higashimaizuru, which flashed through the crossing just after that, and smashed the windowpane to pieces. A female passenger sustained a slight injury to her left hand in the accident. The train resumed service 17 minutes behind time after all the passengers in the first car moved to the rearmost car.

 

“Yí

 

At about 10:40 am on February 1, a truck that was crossing a railroad crossing on the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture, hit a glass fiber crossbar (6.8 meters long) at the site and broke it. Then the broken bar hit a boarding door of the first car of a rapid train (comprising two cars, about 30 passengers on board) from Ayabe for Higashimaizuru, which flashed through the crossing just after that, and smashed the windowpane  into pieces. A female passenger sustained a slight injury to on her left hand in the accident. The train resumed service 17 minutes later behind time after all the passengers in the first car moved to the other rearmosts car.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

At about 10:40 am on February 1, a truck that was crossing a railroad crossing on the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture, hit a glass fiber crossbar (6.8 meters long) at the site and broke it. Then the broken bar hit a boarding door of the first car of a rapid train (comprising two cars, about 30 passengers on board) from Ayabe for Higashimaizuru, which flashed through the crossing just after that, and smashed the windowpane into pieces. A female passenger sustained a slight injury on her left hand in the accident. The train resumed service 17 minutes later after all the passengers in the first car moved to the other s car.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 28 October 11j

 

A Train Accident Happens on the JR Maizuru Line

 

At around 10:40 am on February 1, a train accident happened on a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyouto. A track bumped and broke a 6.8 meter long crossing bar made of fiberglass while crossing the railroad crossing. The broken bar stuck in the first train's door of a two car rapid train, which started running from the Ayabe station to the Maizuru Station. Unluckily a woman passenger on the train got injured on her left hand by shattered window's glass of the door. After about thirty passengers on board moved into another train, all suspended trains were restored to normal operations seventeen minutes late.

 

“Yí

 

A Train Accident Happens on the JR Maizuru Line

 

At around 10:40 am on February 1, a train accident happened on a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyouto. A track truck bumped and broke a 6.8 meter long crossing bar made of fiberglass while crossing the railroad crossing. The broken bar stuck a two car rapid train in on the first train's carfs1 door of a two car rapid train, The train was which started running from the Ayabe sStation to the Maizuru Station. Unluckily a woman passenger on the car train got injured on her left hand by pieces of glass from a shattered window's glass of the door. After about thirty passengers on board moved into another car train, the all suspended trains started running again were restored to normal operations seventeen minutes later.

 

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1.       “dŽÔ‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ða car‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚ą‚Æ‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Ía train‚Í—ņŽÔ‘S‘ĖAa car‚Í‚ą‚Ė—ņŽÔ‚Ė‚ą‚ą‚ĖŽÔ—ž‚ĖˆÓ–Ą‚ɂ‚ЂĪ‚Æ‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

A Train Accident on the JR Maizuru Line

 

At around 10:40 am on February 1, a train accident happened on a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyouto. A truck bumped and broke a 6.8 meter long crossing bar made of fiberglass while crossing the railroad crossing. The broken bar stuck a two car rapid train on the first carfs door. The train was running from Ayabe Station to Maizuru Station. Unluckily a woman passenger on the car got injured on her left hand by pieces of glass from a shattered window of the door. After about thirty passengers on board moved into another car, the train started running again seventeen minutes later.

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Simxtomi, 26 Sept 11j

 

"Accident at Railroad Crossing on JR Maizuru Line"  

 

Around 10:40 on the evening of February 1, a truck crossing a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto, hit and broke a glass fiber bar (6.8 meters long). The broken bar hit the door of the first car of a train which was passing the crossing soon after that incident, smashing the door glass to pieces. A female passenger was slightly injured on her left hand. The train was a two-car rapid train heading for Higashi Maizuru from Ayabe, and carrying about 30 passengers at that time. The passengers on the first car were directed to the other car and the train left there 17 minutes late.

 

“Yí

 

"Accident at Railroad Crossing on JR Maizuru Line"  

 

Around 10:40pm on the evening of February 1, a truck crossing a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto, hit and broke a glass fiber bar (6.8 meters long). The broken bar hit the door of the first car of a train which was passing the crossing soon after that incident, smashing the door glass to pieces. A female passenger was slightly injured on her left hand. The train was a two-car rapid train heading for Higashi Maizuru from Ayabe, and carrying about 30 passengers at that time. The passengers on the first car were moved directed to the other car and the train left the scene of accident there 17 minutes later.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Accident at Railroad Crossing on JR Maizuru Line"  

 

Around 10:40pm on the evening of February 1, a truck crossing a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto, hit and broke a glass fiber bar (6.8 meters long). The broken bar hit the door of the first car of a train which was passing the crossing soon after that incident, smashing the door glass to pieces. A female passenger was slightly injured on her left hand. The train was a two-car rapid train heading for Higashi Maizuru from Ayabe, and carrying about 30 passengers at that time. The passengers on the first car were moved  to the other car and the train left the scene of accident 17 minutes later.

 

 

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"Railroad Crossing Accident on JR Maizuru Lineh

 

At around 10:40 a.m. on February 1, a truck hit a crossing bar at a railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto. The glass fiber bar, 6.8 meters long, got broken and collided with the rapid train that was just passing at the crossing. The two-car train was heading to Higashi Aaizuru from Ayabe with 30 passengers on board.

 

The broken bar stuck into the door of the first car of the train, shattered the glass into pieces and slightly injured one woman passenger on her right hand. The train started moving again 17 minutes after the passengers on the first car moved to the second.

 

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"A Railroad Crossing Accident on the JR Maizuru Lineh

 

At around 10:40 a.m. on February 1, a truck hit a crossing bar at a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto. The glass fiber bar, 6.8 meters long, got broken and collided with the rapid train that was just passing at the crossing. The two-car train was heading to Higashi Aaizuru from Ayabe with 30 passengers on board.

 

The broken bar stuck into the door of the first car of the train, shattered the glass into pieces and slightly injured one woman passenger on her right hand. The train made an emergency stop but moved‚P started moving again in 17 minutes after the passengers on the first car moved to the second car.

 

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"A Railroad Crossing Accident on the JR Maizuru Lineh

 

At around 10:40 a.m. on February 1, a truck hit a crossing bar at a railroad crossing of the JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto. The glass fiber bar, 6.8 meters long, got broken and collided with the rapid train that was just passing at the crossing. The two-car train was heading to Higashi Aaizuru from Ayabe with 30 passengers on board.

 

The broken bar stuck into the door of the first car of the train, shattered the glass into pieces and slightly injured one woman passenger on her right hand. The train made an emergency stop but moved again in 17 minutes after the passengers on the first car moved to the second car.

 

 

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"Accident at railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line"

 

There was an accident at a railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto at around 10:40 a.m. on February 1st. A truck hit a 6.8-meter-long glass fiber crossing bar when it crossed the railroad. The bar ran into the door of the first coach of the rapid train which was just passing. The train had two coached and headed for Hihashimaizuru from Ayabe with about 30 passengers. The glass of the door was smashed to pieces and one woman was slightly injured her left hand. All passengers were forced to move to the second coach and the train started again with 17 minutes behind schedule.

 

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"Accident at rRailroad cCrossing of JR Maizuru Line1"

 

There was an accident at a railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto at around 10:40 a.m. on February 1st2. A truck hit a 6.8-meter-long glass fiber crossing bar when it crossed passed the railroad crossing. The broken bar ran into the door of the first coach of the rapid train which was just passing there. The train had two coacheds and headed for Highashimaizuru from Ayabe with about 30 passengers on board. The glass of the door was smashed to into pieces and injured3 one woman was slightly injured on her left hand. All passengers were forced to move to the second coach and the train started left the scene of accident4 again with 17 minutes behind schedule5.

 

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2.       “ú–{•ķ‚͏î•ņ‚Š’Z‚Ē•ķ‚ɋÏk‚ģ‚ę‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ę‚į‚ð”@‰―‚ɏ‡˜—Į‚­Ū—‚ĩ‚ĉp•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚é‚Đ‚Š–â‘č‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚ģ‚­‚į‚ģ‚ņ‚ÍThere was an accident at a railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto at around 10:40 a.m. on February 1st.‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪƒL[ƒZƒ“ƒeƒ“ƒX‚ÅŽ–ŒĖ‚Ė“úŽž‚ð‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ģ‚đ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·Buˆŧ•””­“Œ•‘’ߍs‚Ŧ‰õ‘Ž“dŽÔi‚Q—žAæ‹q–ņ‚R‚Oljv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī˜A‘ĖCüß‚Ėā–ū‚ð“Æ—§‚ĩ‚―‰p•ķ‚É‚ĩ‚―‚ą‚Æ‚āA•ķÍ‚ð‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B‘S‘Ė‚ɏî•ņ‚ĖŪ—‚ŠãŽč‚É‚ĩ‚Ä‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

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"Accident at Railroad Crossing of JR Maizuru Line"

 

There was an accident at a railroad crossing of JR Maizuru Line in Ayabe City, Kyoto at around 10:40 a.m. on February 1st. A truck hit a 6.8-meter-long glass fiber crossing bar when it passed the railroad crossing. The broken bar ran into the door of the first coach of the rapid train which was just passing there. The train had two coaches and headed for Higashimaizuru from Ayabe with about 30 passengers on board. The glass of the door was smashed into pieces and injured one woman slightly on her left hand. All passengers were forced to move to the second coach and the train left the scene of accident 17 minutes behind schedule.

 

 

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About 10:40 am on February 1, there was a railroad crossing accident at Ayabe, Kyoto. A truck passing the railroad crossing hit and broke a 6.8 meter long glass fiber pole of the railroad crossing barrier. The broken pole hit the rapid train that passed the railroad crossing right after the accident. The pole hit the door of the first coach of the train and broke the glass into pieces. A woman passenger on the train cut her right hand by a piece of the glass. The train left the scene of the accident 17 minutes later after the passengers on the first coach moved to other coaches.

 

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gA Railroad Crossing Accident at JR Maizuru Lineh

 

About 10:40 am on February 1, there was a railroad crossing accident at Ayabe, Kyoto.1 A a truck passing the a railroad crossing at Ayabe, Kyoto, hit and broke a 6.8-meter long glass fiber pole of from the railroad crossing barrier. The broken pole hit the rapid train that passed the railroad crossing right after the accident. The two-coach train carried about 30 passengers on board and was out of Ayabe for Higashi Maizuru2. The pole hit the door of the first coach of the train and broke the glass into pieces. A woman passenger on the train first coach3 cut her right hand by on a piece of the glass. The train left the scene of the accident 17 minutes later after the passengers on the first coach had moved to the other coaches.

 

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gA Railroad Crossing Accident at JR Maizuru Lineh

 

About 10:40 am on February 1, a truck passing a railroad crossing at Ayabe, Kyoto, hit and broke a 6.8-meter long glass fiber pole from the railroad crossing barrier. The broken pole hit the rapid train that passed the railroad crossing right after the accident. The two-coach train carried about 30 passengers on board and was out of Ayabe for Higashi Maizuru. The pole hit the door of the first coach of the train and broke the glass into pieces. A woman passenger on the first coach cut her right hand on a piece of the glass. The train left the scene of the accident 17 minutes later after the passengers on the first coach had moved to the other coach.

 

 

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Fatal and injury accidents involving red-crested white cranes, a national natural treasure in Japan, have been increasing rapidly in number. In 2002, the number of dead and injured red-crested white cranes was 31, the highest ever. It increased from 20, or 1.5 times from the previous year. The main reason of those accidents is that the number of the big birds flying to Japan has sharply increased thanks to the bird feeding by human, thereby an increasing number of them are flying to the human dwellings and loitering on places where trains and cars come and go.

 

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The number of Ffatal and injury accidents involving of red-crested white cranes, a national natural treasure in Japan, has have been increasing rapidly in number. In 2002, the number of dead and injured red-crested white cranes was 31, the highest ever. It increased from 20, or 1.5 times from the previous year. The main reason of those accidents is that the number of the big birds flying to Japan has sharply increased thanks to the bird feeding by human, thereby an increasing number of them are flying to the human dwellings and loitering on places where trains and cars are comeing and go.ing.

 

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The number of fatal and injury accidents of red-crested white cranes, a national natural treasure in Japan, has been increasing rapidly in number. In 2002, the number of dead and injured red-crested white cranes was 31, the highest ever. It increased from 20, or 1.5 times from the previous year. The main reason of those accidents is that the number of the big birds flying to Japan has sharply increased thanks to the bird feeding by human, thereby an increasing number of them are flying to the human dwellings and loitering on places where trains and cars are coming and going.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiLucca, 26 October 11j

 

Sharply Rising Fatal and Injury Accidents of Japanese Cranes 

 

More and more Japanese cranes, a national treasure in Japan, have died or suffered injuries in accidents. Twenty Japanese cranes in 2001 and the record-high number of thirty-one Japanese cranes in 2002 and were sacrificed. The major reason is that the increasing number of Japanese cranes are flying to residential areas in Japan where the traffic of trains and cars are heavy due to artificial feeding to save the birds from extinction

 

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Sharply Rising Fatal and Injury Accidents of Japanese Cranes 

 

More and more Japanese cranes, a national treasure in Japan, have died or suffered injuries in accidents. Twenty Japanese cranes in 2001 and the record-high number of thirty-one Japanese cranes in 2002 and were involved in accidents sacrificed. The major reason is that the An increasing number of Japanese cranes are flying in to residential areas because of in Japan where the traffic of trains and cars are heavy due to artificial feeding to save the birds from extinction. But these are also the area where the traffic of trains and cars is heavy and the cranes get involved in accidents1.

 

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Sharply Rising Fatal and Injury Accidents of Japanese Cranes 

 

More and more Japanese cranes, a national treasure in Japan, have died or suffered injuries in accidents. Twenty Japanese cranes in 2001 and the record-high number of thirty-one Japanese cranes in 2002 were involved in accidents. An increasing number of Japanese cranes are flying in to residential areas because of artificial feeding to save the birds from extinction. But these are also the area where the traffic of trains and cars is heavy and the cranes get involved in accidents.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Simxtomi, 26 September 11j

 

"Surge in Fatal Accidents involving Japanese Cranes" 

 

There have been a growing number of fatal and injury accidents of the Japanese red-crowned crane which is a protected species in Japan. In 2002, the number of the bird killed or injured in accidents was a record high of 31, up 50% from the previous yearfs 20. Main cause of the big surge is the increased availability of human feeding to cranes. It has invited an increasing number of cranes to fly to Japan and inevitably has led to a spike in the number of cranes straying into human habitats where the traffic of cars and trains are busy.

 

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"Surge in Fatal Accidents involving Japanese Cranes" 

 

There have been a growing number of fatal and injury accidents of the Japanese red-crowned crane which is a protected species in Japan. In 2002, the number of the birds killed or injured in accidents was a record high of 31, up 50% from the previous yearfs 20. The Mmain cause of the big surge is the increased availability of human feeding to cranes. This It has invited an increasing number of cranes to fly to Japan and inevitably has led to a spike in the number of cranes straying in into human habitats where the traffic of cars and trains are busy.

 

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"Surge in Fatal Accidents involving Japanese Cranes"  

 

There have been a growing number of fatal and injury accidents of the Japanese red-crowned crane which is a protected species in Japan. In 2002, the number of the birds killed or injured in accidents was a record high of 31, up 50% from the previous yearfs 20. The main cause of the big surge is the increased availability of human feeding to cranes. This  has invited an increasing number of cranes to fly to Japan and inevitably has led to a spike in the number of cranes straying in human habitats where the traffic of cars and trains are busy.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 7 October 07j

 

"Sharp Increase in Accidents Involving Japanese Cranes"

 

An increasing number of Japanese cranes, red-crowned cranes designated as a protected species in Japan, are involved in accidents. In 2002, a record high of 31 Japanese cranes were found injured or dead, a 1.5-fold increase from 20 in 2001. The most common cause of death was that they crashed into cars and trains. Now, as a large number of Japanese cranes are flying to Japan to have access to improved feeding grounds, they are increasingly flying over populated areas where they are more likely to crash into cars and trains.

  

 

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"Sharp Increase in Accidents Involving Japanese Cranes"

 

An increasing number of Japanese cranes, red-crowned cranes designated as a protected species in Japan, are involved in accidents. In 2002, a record high of 31 Japanese cranes were found injured or dead, a 1.5-fold increase from 20 in 2001. The most common cause of death was that they crashed into cars and trains. Now, as a large number of Japanese cranes are flying to Japan because they can to have access to human improved feeding of cranes grounds,. tThey are increasingly flying over populated areas where they are more likely to crash into cars and trains.

  

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"Sharp Increase in Accidents Involving Japanese Cranes"

 

An increasing number of Japanese cranes, red-crowned cranes designated as a protected species in Japan, are involved in accidents. In 2002, a record high of 31 Japanese cranes were found injured or dead, a 1.5-fold increase from 20 in 2001. The most common cause of death was that they crashed into cars and trains. Now, a large number of Japanese cranes are flying to Japan because they can access to human feeding of cranes. They are increasingly flying over populated areas where they are more likely to crash into cars and trains.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA7 January 07j

 

"More and More Japanese Cranes Die of Accidents"

 

More and more Japanese cranes, which are one of Japanfs natural monuments, die of bumping against transport vehicles. The worst number of 31 Japanese cranes died in 2002 and this figure is 1.5 times as large as 20 in 2001. The rising number of the cranes death is mainly because more Japanese cranes have migrated to Japan than before as a result of artificial feeding efforts. Many of them often fly near to the residential areas where traffic of cars and trucks is busy.

 

“Yí

 

"More and More Japanese Cranes Die of in Accidents"

 

More and more Japanese cranes, which are one of Japanfs national treasures natural monuments, die of in accidents, bumping into against or being hit by transport vehicles. In 2002, The worst number of1 31 Japanese cranes died. This was the largest number ever in 2002 and this figure is 1.5 times as large as 20 cranes in 2001. The rising number of the deaths of cranes death is mainly because more Japanese cranes are have migrateding2 to Japan than before as a result of artificial feeding efforts. Many of them often fly near into the human habitats residential areas3 where the traffic of cars and trucks is busy.

 

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"More and More Japanese Cranes Die in Accidents"

 

More and more Japanese cranes, which are one of Japanfs national treasures, die in accidents, bumping into or being hit by transport vehicles. In 2002, 31 Japanese cranes died. This was the largest number ever and 1.5 times as large as 20 cranes in 2001. The rising number of deaths of cranes is mainly because more Japanese cranes are migrating to Japan than before as a result of artificial feeding efforts. Many of them often fly into human habitats where the traffic of cars and trucks is busy.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Pimum, 16 March 03j

 

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Recently, the number of red-crested cranes killed or injured by accidents is increasing. The red-crested cranes are Japanese natural treasures. In 2002, the total number of cranes involved in accidents reached 31. This was the largest number of cranes ever and 1.5 times as large as 20 cranes last year. The main reason for the increasing number of accidents was human feeding of cranes. This increased the number of cranes flying to Japan and they fly into human habitats more frequently than before where they face increasing risks of being hit by trains and automobiles.

 

 

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gAn Increasing Number of Accidents of Involving Red-Crested Cranesh

 

Recently, the an increasing1 number of red-crested cranes, Japanfs national treasure2, are killed or injured by in accidents. is increasing. The red-crested cranes are Japanese natural treasures. In 2002, the total number of cranes involved in accidents reached 31. This,which 3was the largest number of cranes ever and 1.5 times as large as 20 cranes last year in 2001. The main reason for the increasing number of accidents was that4 human feeding of cranes. This increased attracted the number of more cranes flying to Japan and they fly flew into human habitats more frequently than before. where Now5 they face an increasing risks of being hit by trains and automobiles in these human habitats.

 

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1.       u`‚Š‘‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ē‚évAu`‚Ė”‚Š‘‰Á‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚év‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī“ú–{Œę‚Ė•\Œŧ‚Š‚æ‚­‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠAThe number of ~ is increasing.‚Æ‚·‚é‚ÆŽåŒę‚Š’·‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĩ‚Ü‚Ī‚Æ‚Ŧ‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č‚Æ‚Ŧ‚É‚ÍAn increasing number of ~‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ•Ö—˜‚Å‚·B

 

2.       u‘‚Ė“V‘R‹L”O•Ļƒ^ƒ“ƒ`ƒ‡ƒEv‚Íred-crested cranes, Japanfs national treasure, ‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ•ķ‚ŠŠČŒ‰‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‘O‚Ė•ķ‚Æ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‚‚ȂŠ‚č‚ð—Į‚­‚·‚é‚æ‚Ī‚ɁAŠÖŒW‘ã–žŽŒ‚Ė”ņŒĀ’č—p–@‚ðŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚ĩ‚―BMum‚ģ‚ņ‚Ė“Še‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É“ú–{•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚ðŽ•ķ‚É•Š‰ð‚ĩ‚ĉp•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚é‚ą‚Æ‚Š‰pė•ķ‚ĖŠî–{‚Å‚·B‚ŧ‚ĩ‚ķ‚ð•K—v‚ɉž‚ķ‚Ä“ā—e‚Š—Į‚­“`‚í‚é‚æ‚Ī‚ɂ‚Ȃ°‚éH•v‚ð‚·‚é‚ą‚Æ‚ŠA‰pė•ķ‚ĖŽŸ‚Ė’iŠK‚Å‚·B‚ą‚Ė“Yí‚Å‚Í•ķ‚Ė‚‚Ȃ°•û‚Ė—á‚ðŽĶ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

4.       That ß‚Å“ņ‚‚ĖŽ•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚ð‚‚Ȃ°‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

5.       ‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Í•ķ‚ð‚‚Ȃ°‚é‚Ė‚Å‚Í‚Č‚­‚āA•ķ‚ðØ‚Á‚Ä“Į‚Ý‚â‚·‚­‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―BMum‚ģ‚ņ‚Ė“Še‚Å‚Íwhere‚Ė‘O‚Ė•ķ‚Š‚·‚Å‚É’·‚Ē‚Ė‚Åwhere they face~‚Æ‘ą‚­‚ÆwhereˆČ‰š‚Ė•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚ŠŽã‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĩ‚Ü‚Ē‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Ē‚Á‚―‚ņ•ķ‚ðØ‚Á‚āAwhereˆČ‰š‚ðV‚ĩ‚Ē•ķ‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š—Į‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪBWhere‚Š–ģ‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚ĩ‚Ü‚Á‚―‚Ė‚Å•ķ‚ĖÅŒã‚Éin these human habitats‚Æ•t‚Ŋ‰Á‚Ķ‚Ä‘O‚Ė•ķ‚Æ“ā—e‚ɈęŠŅŦ‚Š‚ ‚é‚æ‚Ī‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gAn Increasing Number of Accidents Involving Red-Crested Cranesh

 

Recently, an increasing number of red-crested cranes, Japanfs national treasure, are killed or injured in accidents. In 2002, the total number of cranes involved in accidents reached 31, which was the largest number of cranes ever and 1.5 times as large as 20 cranes in 2001. The main reason for the increasing number of accidents was that human feeding of cranes  attracted more cranes flying to Japan and they flew into human habitats more frequently than before. Now they face an increasing risk of being hit by trains and automobiles in these human habitats.

 

 

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‘–ąČ‚Š1ŒŽ‚R‚P“ú”­•\‚ĩ‚―‚Q‚O‚O‚Q”N•―‹Ï‚ĖŽļ‹Æ—Ķ‚́A‘O”N”ä‚OD‚Sƒ|ƒCƒ“ƒgãļ‚Ė‚TD‚S“‚Æ‚P‚X‚T‚R”N‚Ė’ēļŠJŽnˆČ—ˆÅˆŦ‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚―B”N•―‹Ï‚ĖŠŪ‘SŽļ‹ÆŽŌ”‚Í‘O”N‚É”ä‚Ũ‚P‚X–œl‘‚Ė‚R‚T‚X–œl‚ƁA‚S”N˜A‘ą‚Å‚R‚O‚O–œl‚ð’ī‚Ķ‰ß‹ŽÅ‘―B“Á‚ɉƌv‚ðŽx‚Ķ‚éĒ‘ŅŽå‚ĖŽļ‹Æ—Ķ‚ŠÅˆŦ‚Ė‚RD‚V“‚ƁA‚S”N˜A‘ą‚Å‚R“‚ðã‰ņ‚Á‚―B

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViSuzume, 9 July 19j

 

A survey conducted on Jan 31, 2002, by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on the average unemployment rate showed a record high of 5.4 percent since it was first done in 1953. The average number of unemployed people during the year stood at 3.59 million, up 0.19 million from the previous year, breaking the historical high. For four years in a row, the number of people who are jobless has been 3 million. It should be noted that the unemployment rate among heads of households supporting the family budget stood at a record high of 3.7 percent. The figure has been above 3 percent for four years in a row.

 

“Yí

 

A survey conducted on Jan 31, 2002, by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on the average unemployment rate showed a record high of 5.4 percent since it was first done in 1953. The average number of unemployed people during the year stood at 3.59 million, up 0.19 million from the previous year, breaking the historical high. For four years in a row, the number of people who are jobless has been 3 million. It should be noted that the unemployment rate among heads of households supporting the family budget stood at a record high of 3.7 percent. The figure has been above 3 percent for four years in a row.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‚·‚Ũ‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B“Yí‰ÓŠ‚Í‚ ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiLucca, 6 November 11j

 

The Highest Unemployment Rate in 2002

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.8 percent, rising by 0.4 points from 2001. This rate was the worst record since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people who were without jobs in 2002 reached the record high of 3.59 million, increasing by 190 thousand from 2001. Over 3 million people have lost their job for the fourth straight year. Also, the unemployment rate for households was 3.7 percent, more than 3 percent level for the fourth straight year.

 

“Yí

 

The Highest Unemployment Rate in 2002

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.8 percent, rising by 0.4 points percent1 from 2001. This rate was the worst record since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people who were without jobs in 2002 reached the a record high of 3.59 million, increasing by 190 thousand from 2001. Over 3 million people were unemployed2 have lost their job for the fourth straight year. Also, the unemployment rate for the head of households was 3.7 percent, higher more than 3 percent level for the fourth straight year.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‚·‚Ũ‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       ‰p•ķ‚Å‚Í‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č‚Æ‚Ŧ‚É0.4 points‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ÍŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚đ‚ņBPercent‚Æpoint‚Æ—ž•û‚Š‚ ‚é‚ƍŽ—‚·‚é‚Đ‚į‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       3 million people have lost jobs for the forth straight year‚Æ‚·‚é‚ƁA–ˆ”NV‚―‚É‚R‚O‚O–œl‚Ėl‚ŠŽļ‹Æ‚ĩ‚―A‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B–ˆ”N‚R‚O‚O–œlˆČã‚ĖŽļ‹ÆŽŌ‚Š‘ķÝ‚·‚éA‚ƈӖĄ‚Šˆá‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

The Highest Unemployment Rate in 2002

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.8 percent, rising by 0.4 percent from 2001. This rate was the worst record since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people who were without jobs in 2002 reached a record high of 3.59 million, increasing by 190 thousand from 2001. Over 3 million people were unemployed for the fourth straight year. Also, the unemployment rate for the head of household was 3.7 percent, higher than 3 percent for the fourth straight year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 2 October 11j

 

"Record-high Unemployment Rateh

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.4%, up 0.4 percentage point from a year earlier. This was the worst figure ever since the government started the survey in 1953. The average number of totally-unemployed persons increased by 190 thousand over the previous year to a record-high 3.59 million, exceeding 3 million for the 4th straight year. It should be noted that the unemployment rate for the head of a family who brings in the most household income was the record-high 3.7%, exceeding 3.0% for a 4th straight year.

 

“Yí

 

"Record-high Unemployment Rateh

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.4%, up 0.4 percentage point from a year earlier. This was the worst figure ever since the government started the survey in 1953. The average number of totally-unemployed persons increased by 190 thousand over the previous year to a record-high 3.59 million, exceeding 3 million for the 4th straight year. It should be noted that the unemployment rate for the head of a family who brings in the most of the householdfs income was the record-high 3.7%, exceeding 3.0% for a the 4th straight year.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Record-high Unemployment Rateh

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the unemployment rate in 2002 was 5.4%, up 0.4 percentage from a year earlier. This was the worst figure ever since the government started the survey in 1953. The average number of totally-unemployed persons increased by 190 thousand over the previous year to a record-high 3.59 million, exceeding 3 million for the 4th straight year. It should be noted that the unemployment rate for the head of a family who brings in most of the householdfs income was the record-high 3.7%, exceeding 3.0% for the 4th straight year.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiP&C, 1 July 08j

 

"The Highest rate of unemployment"

 

On January 31, the Ministry of the General Affairs published the average unemployment rate of 2002. That has risen by 0.4 points to 5.4 per cent over the last year. The Ministry has surveyed and published the rate since 1953. The point of 5.4 per cent is the highest, i.e. the worst !, yet. And the average number of complete unemployment of 2002 is 3,590,000. That has risen by 190,000 over the last year. The number has been over 3,000,000 four successive years. And it is the most , i.e. the worst !, yet.

 

It is the fact worth of special attention that the unemployment rate of the masters of families is 3.7 per cent. The rate has been over 3 per cent four successive years. And it is the most , i.e. the worst, yet.

 

“Yí

 

"The Hhighest‚P rate of unemployment"

 

On January 31, the Ministry of the General Affairs published released the average unemployment rate in of 2002. The unemployment rate2 rose That has risen by 0.4 per cent3 points to 5.4 per cent over the previous last year. The Ministry has been surveyeding and publisheding the unemployment rate since 1953. The unemployment rate point of 5.4 per cent is was the highest, i.e. the worst on record !, yet. And tThe average number of people unemployed4 in 2002 reached complete unemployment of 2002 is 3,590,000,. an increase of  That has risen by 190,000 people over the previous last year. The number has been oOver 3,000,000 people have been unemployed for the last four successive years., again And it is the most , i.e. the worst on record !, yet.

 

It is the fact worth paying of special attention to the fact5 that the unemployment rate among of the masters heads of families was is 3.7 per cent. The rate has been over 3 per cent for the last four successive years. And it This was also is the most , i.e. the worst, on record yet.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B”Žš‚Ė‘―‚Ē•ķÍ‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įA‚Į‚Ė”Žš‚Š‚Č‚É‚ðŽw‚·‚Đ‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚Æ‚·‚é•K—v‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‘ã–žŽŒ‚ðŽg‚í‚ļ‚É“Ŋ‚ķŽ–•ŋ‚Í“Ŋ‚ķ–žŽŒ‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚é‚Ė‚āˆę‚‚Ė•û–@‚Å‚·B

 

1.       ˆę”Ę“I‚ÉŒĐo‚ĩ‚ÍThe Highest Rate of Unemployment‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪŒ`ŽŪ‚ðŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       ‚Į‚Ė”Žš‚Š‰―‚ðŽw‚·‚Đ‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚·‚é‚―‚ß‚É‚Í‘ã–žŽŒ‚ðŽg‚í‚ļ‚ā‚Æ‚Ė–žŽŒ‚ðŽg‚Ī‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB‚ą‚ę‚́u“Ŋ‚ķ–žŽŒ‚ðŒJ‚č•Ô‚ģ‚ļ‚É‘ã–žŽŒ‚ðŽg‚Īv‚Æ‚Ē‚Īˆę”Ę“I‚ȉpė•ķ‚Ė•û–@‚Ė‹t‚Å‚·‚ŠAƒvƒŒƒCƒ“EƒCƒ“ƒOƒŠƒbƒVƒ…‚Å‚Í‘åØ‚Å‚·B

 

3.       points‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ÍžB–†‚Č‚Ė‚Åper cent‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       the number of people unemployed‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‹ï‘Ė“I‚Å‚·B‚Ü‚―uŠŪ‘SŽļ‹ÆŽŌv‚Ƃ́A Žļ‹Æ“Œv‚Ė’č‹`‚Ł@(1)@ŽdŽ–‚Š‚Č‚­‚Ä’ēļTŠÔ’†‚ɏ­‚ĩ‚āŽdŽ–‚ð‚ĩ‚Č‚Đ‚Á‚―B(A‹ÆŽŌ‚Å‚Í‚Č‚Ē) (2)@ŽdŽ–‚Š‚ ‚ę‚΂·‚ŪA‚­‚ą‚Æ‚Š‚Å‚Ŧ‚éB (3)@’ēļŠúŠÔ’†‚ɁAŽdŽ–‚ð’T‚·Šˆ“Ū‚⎖‹Æ‚ðŽn‚߂鏀”õ‚ð‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚―Bi‰ß‹Ž‚Ė‹EŠˆ“Ū‚ĖŒ‹‰Ę‚ð‘Ō‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚éę‡‚ðŠÜ‚ށj ˆČã‚Ė3‚‚ĖðŒ‚ð–ž‚―‚·ŽŌ‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ðŽw‚ĩ‚Ü‚·Bˆę”Ę“I‚É‚Í’P‚Éthe number of people employed‚Å‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

5.       special attention‚ðŠˆ—p‚ĩ‚―“Yí‚Č‚Ė‚Å‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č’·‚Ē•\Œŧ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚ĩ‚―‚ŠAIt is worth mentioning that ~‚Å‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"The highest rate of unemployment"

 

On January 31, the Ministry of General Affairs released the average unemployment rate in  2002. The unemployment rate rose by 0.4 per cent to 5.4 per cent over the previous year. The Ministry has been surveying and publishing the unemployment rate since 1953. The unemployment rate of 5.4 per cent was the highest, i.e. the worst on record. The number of people unemployed in 2002 reached 3,590,000, an increase of 190,000 people over the previous year. Over 3,000,000 people have been unemployed for the last four successive years, again the worst on record .

 

It is worth paying special attention to the fact that the unemployment rate among the heads of families was 3.7 per cent. The rate has been over 3 per cent for the last four successive years. This was also the worst on record .

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 5 October 07j

 

"Unemployment Rate Rises to New High of 5.4% in 2002"

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 stayed at 5.4 percent, an increase of 0.4 percentage points from a year earlier. The rate was the worst-ever since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people unemployed increased by 190,000 on average from the previous year to a record high of 3.59 million, rising over 3 million for four straight years. In particular, the unemployment rate of household heads hit a record high of 3.7%, rising over 3 percent for four straight years.

 

“Yí

 

"Unemployment Rate Rises to New High of 5.4% in 2002"

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 stayed reached at 5.4 percent, an increase of 0.4 percentage points from 2001 a year earlier. The rate was the worst-ever since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people unemployed increased by 190,000 on average from the previous year to a record high of 3.59 million from 2001, staying at rising over 3 million for four straight years. In particular, the unemployment rate of household heads hit a record high of 3.7%, rising staying at over 3 percent for four straight years.

 

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‰p•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·Brising over 3 million for four straight years@uŽl”N‘ą‚Ŋ‚Ä‚R‚O‚O–œ‚æ‚čãļ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚év‚Å‚·‚Æ–ˆ”N‚R‚O‚O–œ‚æ‚艚‚ɉš‚Š‚č‚Ü‚―ã‚Š‚é‚Ė‚ЂȁA‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‰ðŽß‚ā‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Unemployment Rate Rises to New High of 5.4% in 2002"

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced on January 31 that the average unemployment rate in 2002 reached 5.4 percent, an increase of 0.4 percentage from 2001. The rate was the worst-ever since the Ministry started the survey in 1953. The number of people unemployed increased by 190,000 to a record high of 3.59 million from 2001, staying at over 3 million for four straight years. In particular, the unemployment rate of household heads hit a record high of 3.7%, staying at over 3 percent for four straight years.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA8 January 07j

 

"2002 Hit the Highest unemployment rate"

 

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications reported on January 31 that the annualized unemployment rate in 2002 increased by 0.4 point year-on-year to 5.4%. This was the highest level since the survey started in 1953. The number of fully unemployed people on annual average reached 3.59 million increased by 190 thousand people compared with the previous year and it exceeded 3 million for the 4th consecutive year. Especially the rate of unemployed householders who brought bread home hit the record high 3.7%,exceeding 3% for 4 years in a row.

 

“Yí

 

"The Year 2002 Hit the Highest uUnemployment rRate"

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications reported on January 31 that the annualized unemployment rate in 2002 increased by 0.4 % from the previous year and reached point year-on-year to 5.4%1. This was the highest level since the survey started in 1953. The number of fully unemployed people on annual average reached 3.59 million on annual average, an increased by 190 thousand people compared with from the previous year2, and it exceeded 3 million for the 4th consecutive year. Especially, the rate of unemployedment among householders who brought bread home hit the record high of 3.7%, exceeding 3% for 4 four years in a row.

 

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1.       The annualized unemployment rate in 2002 increased by 0.4 point year-on-year to 5.4%. ‚͉šü•”•Š‚ŠˆÓ–Ą•s–ū‚Å‚·B“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É“ņ‚‚Ė“ā—e‚É•Š‚Ŋ‚āAæ‚ļAincreased by 4% from the previous year‚Æ‚ĩ‚āAŽŸ‚Éreached 5.4%‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       The number of fully unemployed people reached 3.59 million increased by 190 thousand people compared with the previous year‚͉šü•”•Š‚Éincreased‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī“ŪŽŒ‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ė‚ňӖĄ‚Š•s–ū‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ČŒ`‚Ė“ú–{•ķ‚Í•ņ‘‚É‘―‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ŠA“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Éreached 3.59 million, an increase by 190 thousand from the previous year‚Æ‚·‚é•\Œŧ‚Ė•û–@‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"The Year 2002 Hit the Highest Unemployment Rate"

 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications reported on January 31 that the annualized unemployment rate in 2002 increased by 0.4 % from the previous year and reached 5.4%. This was the highest level since the survey started in 1953. The number of fully unemployed people reached 3.59 million on annual average, an increase by 190 thousand from the previous year, and exceeded 3 million for the 4th consecutive year. Especially, the rate of unemployment among householders who brought bread home hit the record high of 3.7%, exceeding 3% for four years in a row.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚P iƒ~ƒiƒ~, 1 March 03j

 

gThe Highest Unemployment Rateh

 

On January 31, the Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications announced that the average rate of unemployment for 2002 increased by 0.4 percent from the previous year to 5.4 percent and became the highest since the unemployment survey started in 1953. The annual average number of people who wee unemployed increased by 190,000 from the previous year and reached 3,590,000. The number of unemployed people was higher than 3,000,000 for the last four consecutive years. A special attention must be paid to the finding that the unemployment rate among heads of family who financially support the family was 3.7 percent. This was the highest rate ever and was higher than 3.0 per cent for the four consecutive years.

 

“Yí

 

gThe Highest Unemployment Rateh

 

On January 31, the Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications announced that the average rate of unemployment for 2002 increased by 0.4 percent from the previous year to reached 5.4 percent, which was 0.4 percent higher than 2001. and became This was the highest unemployment level since the unemployment survey started in 19531. The annual average number of unemployed people who wee unemployed increased by 190,000 from the previous year and reached 3,590,000. This was an increase of 190,000 over 20012. The number of unemployed people was higher than 3,000,000 for the last four consecutive years. A sSpecial attention must be paid to the finding3 that the unemployment rate among heads of family who financially support the family was 3.7 percent. This was the highest rate ever and was higher than 3.0 per cent for the four consecutive years.

 

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1.       ‚ą‚Ė•ķ‚ɂ͐”Žš‚Š‚Ē‚­‚‚ā“ü‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚ŁA“ĮŽŌ‚É•Š‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚æ‚Ī‚É“ņ‚‚Ė•ķ‚Æ•Š‚ŊAÅ‰‚Ė•ķ‚āŠÖŒW‘ã–žŽŒ‚Ō㔞‚ð“ņ‚‚Ėß‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B‚ŧ‚ĩ‚Đ”Žš‚ðß‚Æ•ķ‚É•ŠŽU‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

2.       ‚ą‚ą‚āi‚Pj‚Æ“Ŋ‚ķ——R‚Å“ņ‚‚Ė•ķ‚É•Š‚Ŋ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

3.       u“Á‚ɉƌv‚ðŽx‚Ķ‚é@`v‚Ėu“Á‚Ɂv‚ð Special attention must be paid to the finding that ~‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ä“ĮŽŌ‚Ė’ˆÓ‚ð‘Ģ‚ĩ‚―‚Ė‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gThe Highest Unemployment Rateh

 

On January 31, the Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications announced that the average rate of unemployment for 2002  reached 5.4 percent, which was 0.4 percent higher than 2001. This was the highest unemployment level since the survey started in1953. The annual average number of unemployed people reached 3,590,000. This was an increase of 190,000 over 2001. The number of unemployed people was higher than 3,000,000 for the last four consecutive years. Special attention must be paid to the finding that the unemployment rate among heads of family who financially support the family was 3.7 percent. This was the highest rate ever and was higher than 3.0 per cent for four consecutive years.

 

 

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uÂX‚Ɋ؍‘‚Đ‚į‚ĖƒXƒL[‹qv

 

ƒŒƒWƒƒ[‚Ė‘―—l‰ŧ‚ō‘“ā‚ĖƒXƒL[lŒû‚Š‚ą‚Ė””NŒļ­‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚ŠAŠØ‘‚͍ĄAƒXƒL[ƒu[ƒ€‚É•Ķ‚Ē‚Ä‚Ē‚éBV”N‚É“ü‚čÂXŒ§“ā‚ĖƒXƒL[ę‚ɂ͊؍‘‚Đ‚į‘åĻ‚ĖƒXƒL[‹q‚Š–K‚ę‚Ä‚Ļ‚čAuáŽŋ‚Š”ēŒQB‚Ü‚―—ˆ‚―‚Ēv‚Æ•]”ŧ‚͏ãX‚Å‚ ‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Vi11 July 19j

 

In contrast to the reduction in skiing in Japan due to the diversification of leisure-time activities, a boom in skiing has started to take place in Korea. During the New Year holiday season, a lot of skiers from Korea have visited ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. These ski resorts are very popular among them. One of the skiers from Korea said, "The quality of snow is outstanding. I want to come again."

 

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In contrast to the reduction in the popularity of skiing in Japan due to the diversification of leisure-time activities, a boom in skiing has started to take place in Korea. During the New Year holiday season, a lot of skiers from Korea have visited ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. These ski resorts are very popular among them. One of the skiers from Korea said, "The quality of snow is outstanding. I want to come back again."

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

In contrast to the reduction in the popularity of skiing in Japan due to the diversification of leisure-time activities, a boom in skiing has started in Korea. During the New Year holiday season, a lot of skiers from Korea have visited ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. These ski resorts are very popular among them. One of the skiers from Korea said, "The quality of snow is outstanding. I want to come back again."

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ui6 November 11j

 

Many Korean Visit Aomori for Skiing

 

The number of people who go to ski resorts have decreased in recent years in Japan due to many winter activities. Riding on the ski boom in South Korea, many Korean visited ski resorts in Aomori in this new year. The Korean visitors said that they wanted to come again because of the good quality of the snow in Aomori and the reputation among the visitors is growing. 

 

“Yí

 

Many Koreans Visit Aomori for Skiing

 

The number of people who go to skiing resorts has been have decreaseding in recent years in Japan due to the rising popularity1 of many other winter activities. Riding on the skiing boom in South Korea, Aomori Prefecture succeeded2 in attracting many Koreans visited to skiing resorts in the prefecture Aomori in this new year. The Korean visitors said that they wanted to come to Aomori again because of the good quality of the snow was good in Aomori and the reputation among the visitors is growing. 

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       the rising popularity of ~‚ð“ü‚ę‚é‚ƈö‰ĘŠÖŒW‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       uŠØ‘‚ĖƒXƒL[ƒu[ƒ€‚É•Ųæ‚ĩ‚āvuÂX‚É‚­‚éŠØ‘lƒXƒL[‹q‚Š‘‚Ķ‚―v‚Æ‚Ē‚Īˆö‰ĘŠÖŒW‚ÍŽã‚Ē‚Å‚·B“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ɐXŒ§‚ðŽåŒę‚É‚·‚é‚ƈö‰ĘŠÖŒW‚Šo—ˆ‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

Many Koreans Visit Aomori for Skiing

 

The number of people who go to skiing resorts has been decreasing in recent years in Japan due to the rising popularity of many other winter activities. Riding on the skiing boom in South Korea, Aomori Prefecture succeeded in attracting many Koreans to skiing resorts in the prefecture this new year. Korean visitors said that they wanted to come to Aomori again because the quality of snow was good. 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 2 October 11j

 

"Korean Ski Tourists to Aomorih  

 

Whereas in Japan the ski population has been on the decrease over the past few years reflecting the diversification of people's leisure activities, in South Korea the ski is right in the middle of a fad. Since early this year, ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture have been enjoying great popularity among ski tourists from the country. The visiting skiers unanimously say gThe quality of snow here is outstanding. We want to come again.h

 

“Yí

 

"Korean Skiing Tourists to Aomorih  

 

Whereas in Japan the skiing population has been on the decrease over the past few years reflecting the diversification of people's leisure activities, in South Korea the skiing is right in the middle of a fad. Since early this year, skiing resorts in Aomori Prefecture have been enjoying great popularity among skiing tourists from South Korea the country. The visiting skiers unanimously say, gThe quality of snow here is outstanding. We want to come again.h

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Korean Skiing Tourists to Aomorih  

 

Whereas in Japan the skiing population has been on the decrease over the past few years reflecting the diversification of people's leisure activities, in South Korea skiing is right in the middle of a fad. Since early this year, skiing resorts in Aomori Prefecture have been enjoying great popularity among skiing tourists from South Korea. The visiting skiers unanimously say, gThe quality of snow here is outstanding. We want to come again.h

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 25 June 10j

 

gKorean Skiers to Aomorih

 

For the last few years, the number of skiers in Japan has been decreasing due to the diversity of leisure activities. In South Korea, on the other hand, skiing is becoming more and more popular. In the New Year, a large number of skiers from the country are coming to ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. They say that the snow condition in those ski resorts is great and want to come back again.

 

“Yí

 

gKorean Skiers to Aomorih

 

For the last few years, the number of skiers in Japan has been decreasing due to the increasing diversity of leisure activities. In South Korea, on the other hand, skiing is becoming more and more popular. In the New Year1, a large number of skiers from the country are coming to ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. They say that the snow condition in those ski resorts is great and they2 want to come back again.

 

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1.       in the New Year u‚ĻģŒŽ‚ɂ́v‚Å‚·‚ˁBduring the New Yearfs holidays, during the New Year vacation‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       thatß‚Ė’†‚Č‚Ė‚Åthe snow condition‚Æthey‚Ė“ņ‚‚ĖŽåŒę‚Š•K—v‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gKorean Skiers to Aomorih

 

For the last few years, the number of skiers in Japan has been decreasing due to the increasing diversity of leisure activities. In South Korea, on the other hand, skiing is becoming more and more popular. In the New Year, a large number of skiers from the country are coming to ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture. They say that the snow condition in those ski resorts is great and they want to come back again.

 

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA5 June 08j

 

"Korean Tourists for Skiing in Aomorih

 

The skiing population of Japan has been decreasing for several years because the variety of leisure has become diversified. But skiing is booming nowadays in Korea. In the New Year, many Korean tourists have come to Aomori for skiing. The ski resorts in Aomori have gotten good reputations. A tourist says gThe quality of snow is outstanding. I would like to come here again.h

 

“Yí

 

"Korean Tourists for Skiing in Aomorih

 

The skiing population of in Japan has been decreasing1 for several years because the variety of leisure activities have has become diversified. But skiing is booming nowadays in South Korea. In During the New Yearfs holidays2, many Korean tourists have come to Aomori for skiing. The ski resorts in Aomori have gotten good reputations in South Korea. A Korean tourist says, gThe quality of snow is outstanding. I would like to come here again.h

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       ƒXƒL[‚ð‚·‚él‚Í‘‰Á‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚éAAn increasing number of people are skiing. ‚Í‚æ‚­Šá‚É‚·‚é•\Œŧ‚Å‚·‚ŠAA decreasing number of people are skiing.‚Í‚ ‚Ü‚čŒĐ‚Đ‚Ŋ‚Ü‚đ‚ņ‚ˁB•ķ–@“I‚ɂ͑ΏĖŒ`‚Č‚Ė‚Å‚·‚ŠA‚Į‚Ī‚ĩ‚ď­‚Č‚Ē‚Ė‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚Ī‚ˁB‚í‚―‚ĩ‚Í‚ą‚ņ‚Č——R‚ðl‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ý‚Ü‚ĩ‚―Ban increasing number of A‚Å‚ÍA‘S‘Ė‚Š‚ū‚ņ‚ū‚ņ‘å‚Ŧ‚­‚Č‚é‚Ė‚ŁAS—“I‚ÉA‘S‘Ė‚ŠŽå‘Ė‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·‚ˁB‚ŧ‚ę‚Å•ķ‚ĖŽåŒę‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ä•ß‚į‚Ķ‚â‚·‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·Ba decreasing number of A‚Å‚ÍA‚Š‚ū‚ņ‚ū‚ņ‚ƏŽ‚ģ‚­‚Č‚é‚Ė‚ŁAÅ‰‚ĖA‚Ėˆę•”•Š‚ū‚Ŋ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚Ė‚―‚ߐS—“I‚ÉŽå‘Ė‚Š•ß‚į‚Ķ“ï‚­ŽåŒę‚É‚·‚é‚ƈá˜aŠī‚Šo‚é‚Ė‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       uV”N‚É“ü‚čv‚Ė“ā—e‚Š“ï‚ĩ‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁBu‚P‚QŒŽ’†‚͏­‚Č‚Đ‚Á‚―‚ŠA‚PŒŽ‚É‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚Đ‚į‘‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ē‚évAuģŒŽ‚Ė‹x‰É‚É“ü‚č‘‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ē‚év‚Č‚Į‚ƉðŽß‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·BuV”N‚É“ü‚č‘åĻ‚ĖƒXƒL[‹q‚Š–K‚ę‚Ä‚Ļ‚čv‚Æ‚ ‚é‚Ė‚ŁuV”Nv‚Ɓu‘åĻ‚ĖƒXƒL[‹q‚Š–K‚ę‚év‚É‚Č‚É‚Đˆö‰ĘŠÖŒW‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Å‚·‚ŠA‚ŧ‚ę‚Š“ú–{•ķ‚ł͏‘‚Ē‚Ä‚ ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņBuģŒŽ‚Ė‹x‰É‚É“ü‚č‘‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ē‚év‚ÍŠČ’P‚Čˆö‰ĘŠÖŒW‚ð‘z’č‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Korean Tourists for Skiing in Aomorih

 

The skiing population in Japan has been decreasing for several years because leisure activities have diversified. But skiing is booming nowadays in South Korea. During the New Yearfs holidays, many Korean tourists have come to Aomori for skiing. The ski resorts in Aomori have gotten good reputations in South Korea. A Korean tourist says, gThe quality of snow is outstanding. I would like to come here again.h

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA9 January 07j

 

"Many Korean Skiers visit Aomorih

 

Recent years, less and less Japanese people enjoy skiing because their interest in leisure activities has diversified, while more and more Korean people enjoy skiing. From the early of this year, ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture have accepted many skiers from Korea. Korean skiers admire those ski resorts, saying hThe quality of snow in Aomori Prefecture is wonderful and we want to come here again.h

 

“Yí

 

"Many Korean Skiers visit Aomorih

 

In Rrecent years, less and less Japanese people enjoy are going skiing1 because as2 their interest in leisure activities has are diversifiedying, while more and more Korean people enjoy are picking up skiing. From the early of this year, ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture have been receiving accepted many skiers from Korea. Korean skiers admire those ski resorts, saying gThe quality of snow in Aomori Prefecture is wonderful and we want to come back here again.h

 

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1.       less and less‚Í•ĻŽ–‚ŠŽŸ‘æ‚ɏ­‚Č‚­‚Č‚é‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚ą‚Æ‚ðŽw‚·‚Ė‚ŐisŒ`‚Å•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ü‚·Benjoy skiingƒXƒL[‚ŠD‚Ŧ‚ūA‚Å‚ā‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ŠAgo skiing‚Æ‚·‚é‚Æ‚ā‚Á‚Æ‹ï‘Ė“I‚É‚Č‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       as `‚·‚é‚ɂ‚ę‚Ä‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

Ž„‚ĖZ‚ÞƒGƒhƒ‚ƒ“ƒgƒ“Žs‚̓Jƒiƒ_‘å•―Œī‚Ė’Ž‚Č‚Ė‚Å‹N•š‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņ‚ŠA’Ž‚Ė’†‚ð—Ž‚ę‚éė‚Ė—ž‘Ī‚ĖŽÎ–Ę‚ð—˜—p‚ĩ‚Ä‚U‚Oƒ[ƒgƒ‹‚Ų‚Į‚Ė‚’፷‚ĖƒXƒL[‚Ė—ûKę‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·BŽŠwZ‚ĖƒXƒL[‚ĖŽö‹Æ‚Č‚Į‚É—˜—p‚ģ‚ę‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B–{Ši“I‚ČƒXƒL[‚ð‚·‚é‚ɂ́AŽÔ‚Å‚SŽžŠÔ‚Ų‚Į‚ĖƒJƒiƒfƒBƒAƒ“EƒƒbƒL[‚Ė’†‚É‚ ‚éƒWƒƒƒXƒp[‚ĖƒXƒL[ę‚܂ōs‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·BŽq‹Ÿ‚ŠŽ‚ģ‚Ē‚Æ‚Ŧ‚̓Gƒhƒ‚ƒ“ƒgƒ“‚ð“y—j‚Ė’Đ‚TŽž‚ɏo”­‚ĩ‚āAƒŠƒtƒg‚Š‰^s‚ðŽn‚ß‚é‚XŽž‚܂łɂ̓XƒL[ę‚É’…‚ŦA“ú—j‚͌ߌã‚Ė‚RŽž‚ē‚ë‚܂ŃXƒL[‚ð‚ĩ‚Ä‚Đ‚į‰Æ‚É‹A‚éA‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‹­sŒR‚ā‹ę‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņ‚Å‚ĩ‚―‚ŠA‚ą‚Ė‚ē‚ë‚Í‚ā‚Á‚Ï‚įtƒXƒL[‚ū‚Ŋ‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Many Korean Skiers visit Aomorih

 

In recent years, less and less Japanese people are going skiing as their interest in leisure activities are diversifying, while more and more Korean people are picking up skiing. From early this year, ski resorts in Aomori Prefecture have been receiving many skiers from Korea. Korean skiers admire those ski resorts, saying gThe quality of snow in Aomori Prefecture is wonderful and we want to come back here again.h

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Pimum, 16 March 03j

 

gKorean Skiers to Aomorih

 

In Japan, as the type of leisure activity has diversified, the number of skiers visiting ski slopes has been decreasing over the last few years. In South Korea, however, skiing has become very popular. In the new year, a large number of Korean skiers have visited mountains in Aomori Prefecture. They say that they enjoy the good snow quality in Aomori and want to visit there again.

 

“Yí

 

gKorean Skiers Visit Aomorih

 

In Japan, as the type of leisure activityies has have diversified, the number of skiers visiting ski slopes has been decreasing over the last few years1. In South Korea, however, skiing has become very popular. In the new New yearYear2, a large number of Korean skiers have visited mountains in Aomori Prefecture. They say that they enjoy the good snow quality of snow in Aomori and want to visit there again.

 

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1.       uƒŒƒWƒƒ[‚Ė‘―—l‰ŧ‚ō‘“ā‚ĖƒXƒL[lŒû‚Š‚ą‚Ė””NŒļ­‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚éBv‚ð’ž–ó•—‚É‚·‚é‚ƁADiversification of sporting activities has decreased the number of skiers in Japan over the last few years.‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚æ‚Ī‚É‚Č‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚Ī‚ŠAmum‚ģ‚ņ‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É“ā—e‚ðā–ū‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚Ē‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

2.       uV”N‚É“ü‚čv‚ðuV”N‚ĖģŒŽ‹x‚Ɂv‚ƉðŽß‚ĩ‚ÄIn the New Year (holiday season)‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gKorean Skiers Visit Aomorih

 

In Japan, as the type of leisure activities have diversified, the number of skiers visiting ski slopes has been decreasing over the last few years. In South Korea, however, skiing has become very popular. In the New Year, a large number of Korean skiers have visited mountains in Aomori Prefecture. They say that they enjoy the good quality of snow in Aomori and want to visit there again.

 

 

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ð”N‚ĖŒð’ĘŽ–ŒĖŽ€ŽŌ‚Í‚W‚R‚Q‚Ul‚ŁA‘O”N‚ð‚SE‚W“‰š‰ņ‚čA‚U‚U”NˆČ~‚ĖÅ­‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚―B‚P–œ‚U‚V‚U‚Tl‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪÅˆŦ‚ð‹L˜^‚ĩ‚―‚V‚O”N‚Ė”ž•ŠˆČ‰š‚Å‚ā‚ ‚éB‘S‘‚ĖŒxŽ@‚ðæ“Š‚É‚ĩ‚―‘–Ŋ‘‚Ū‚é‚Ý‚ĖŒð’ĘˆĀ‘S‰^“Ū‚Š‚ą‚ĖŽ‰Ę‚ð‚ā‚―‚į‚ĩ‚―B

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViSuzume, 15 July 19j

 

The number of traffic fatalities last year was 8,326, a decrease of 4.8 percent over the previous year, marking a record low since 1966. The number was also less than half of the all-time high recorded in 1970, 16,765. The nationwide campaign for traffic safety led by the police departments across the country has finally come to fruition.

 

“Yí

 

The number of traffic fatalities last year was 8,326, a decrease of 4.8 percent over the previous year, marking a record low since 1966. The number was also less than half of the all-time high of 16,765 recorded in 1970, 16,765. The nationwide campaign for traffic safety led by the police departments across the country has finally come to fruition.

 

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The number of traffic fatalities last year was 8,326, a decrease of 4.8 percent over the previous year, marking a record low since 1966. The number was also less than half of the all-time high of 16,765, recorded in 1970. The nationwide campaign for traffic safety led by the police departments across the country has finally come to fruition.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiLucca, 11 November 11j

 

A Decreasing Number of Traffic Death

 

The number of 8,326 people were killed in a road accident last year. This figure was a decrease by 4.8 percent from previous year and the lowest record since 1966. Also compared to the worst record of 16,765 people in 1970, this was fewer than half the number. A traffic safety campaign led by the polices across the country produced a big result and the polices succeeded in reducing traffic death in number.

 

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A Decreasing Number of Traffic Deaths by Traffic Accidents

 

A total The number of 8,326 people were killed in a road traffic1 accidents last year. This figure was a decrease by 4.8 percent from the previous year and the lowest record since 1966. Also compared to the worst record of 16,765 people killed in traffic accidents in 1970, this was less fewer than half the number. A traffic safety campaign led by the polices across the country nation produced this a big result and the polices succeeded in reducing traffic death in number2.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

A Decreasing Number of Deaths by Traffic Accidents

 

A total of 8,326 people were killed in traffic accidents last year. This was a decrease by 4.8 percent from the previous year and the lowest since 1966. Also compared to the worst record of 16,765 people killed in traffic accidents in 1970, this was less than half. A traffic safety campaign led by the polices across the nation produced this big result.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 2 October 11j

 

"Declining Traffic Fatalitiesh 

 

The number of people killed in traffic accidents last year was 8,326, down 4.8% from the previous year. This number of fatalities was the lowest since 1966 and less than half the number in 1970 when an all-time high of 16,765 was recorded. This positive result was brought about by a national traffic safety campaign led by police departments across the country.

 

“Yí

 

"Declining Traffic Fatalitiesh 

 

The number of people killed in traffic accidents last year was 8,326, down a 4.8% decrease from the previous year. This number of fatalities was the lowest since 1966 and less than half the number in 1970 when an all-time high of 16,765 was recorded. This positive result was brought about by a national traffic safety campaign led by police departments across the country.

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Declining Traffic Fatalitiesh 

 

The number of people killed in traffic accidents last year was 8,326, a 4.8% decrease from the previous year. This number of fatalities was the lowest since 1966 and less than half the number in 1970 when an all-time high of 16,765 was recorded. This positive result was brought about by a national traffic safety campaign led by police departments across the country.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 18 August 10j

 

gVictims of Traffic Accidents Decreased Steadilyh

 

The death toll from traffic accidents last year stayed at 8,326, down by 4.8 percent from last year. This figure was the lowest-ever since 1966 and less than a half of 16,765 victims in 1970, the worst-ever year. Traffic safety campaigns nationwide led by the police produced this good result.

“Yí

 

gVictims of Traffic Accidents Have Been Steadily1 Decreaseding Steadilyh

 

The death toll from traffic accidents last year stayed decreased to at 8,326, or down by 4.8 percent less than from the previous last year. This figure was the lowest-ever since 1966 and less than a half of 16,765 victims in 1970, the worst-ever year. Traffic safety campaigns nationwide led by the police produced this good result2.

 

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1.       steadily‚Í‚ ‚éŒp‘ą‚ĩ‚―ó‘Ô‚ðŽĶ‚·•›ŽŒ‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įAhave been steadily decreasing‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪBVictims of Traffic Accidents Decreased Again Last Year.‚Æ‚ā•\Œŧ‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       This good result was produced by the national campaign led by the police.‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠA“Še‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č”\“Ū‘Ô‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚ŠŽå‘Ė‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ä‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gVictims of Traffic Accidents Have Been Steadily Decreasing h

 

The death toll from traffic accidents last year decreased to 8,326, or 4.8 percent less than  the previous year. This figure was the lowest-ever since 1966 and less than a half of 16,765 victims in 1970, the worst-ever year. Traffic safety campaigns nationwide led by the police produced this good result.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA6 June 08j

 

"Declining Number of Deaths in Traffic Accidentsh

 

The number of victims who were killed in traffic accidents reached 8,326 last year, a decrease of 4.8 percentage from the previous year. That hit the record low since 1966 and less than a half of 16,765 deaths in 1970 ,which was the worst-ever. The police all over the country has led the national movement for traffic safety and has succeeded in getting the outcome, the decrease of deaths in traffic accidents.

 

“Yí

 

"Declining Number of Deaths in Traffic Accidents Are Declining1h

 

The number of people victims who were killed in traffic accidents reached 8,326 last year, a decrease of 4.8 percentage from the previous year. That was the smallest number of deaths hit the record low since 1966 and less than a half of 16,765 deaths in 1970 ,which was the largest worst-ever number of deaths on record2. The police all over the country has3 led a the national campaign movement for traffic safety and has succeeded in getting the outcome, the reducing decrease the number of deaths in traffic accidents4.

 

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1.       Deaths in Traffic Accidents‚ÆDeaths‚Š•ķ“Š‚É—ˆ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚ŠˆóÛ‚Š[‚­‚Č‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       ”Žš‚Ė”äŠr‚ð‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚ŁAthe smallest, the largest‚Æ‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

3.       ‹Ž”N‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚Š‚į‚Č‚Ė‚ʼnߋŽŒ`‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

4.       u‘S‘‚ĖŒxŽ@‚ðæ“Š‚É‚ĩ‚―‘–Ŋ‘‚Ū‚é‚Ý‚ĖŒð’ĘˆĀ‘S‰^“Ū‚Š‚ą‚ĖŽ‰Ę‚ð‚ā‚―‚į‚ĩ‚―Bv‚Í“ú–{Œę‚É‘―‚Ē’·‚Ē˜A‘ĖCü‹å‚Ė‚‚Ē‚―–žŽŒ‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ą‚ģ‚ņ‚́u‘S‘‚ĖŒxŽ@‚ŠŒð’ĘˆĀ‘S‰^“Ū‚ð‚ĩ‚―Bi‚ą‚ĖŒ‹‰ĘŒxŽ@‚́jŒð’ĘŽ–ŒĖŽ€‚ðŒļ­‚·‚é‚ą‚ƂɐŽŒũ‚ĩ‚―Bv‚Æ“ņ‚‚Ė“ā—e‚É‚í‚Ŋ‚Ä‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­‰p•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

" Deaths in Traffic Accidents Are Decliningh

 

The number of people killed in traffic accidents reached 8,326 last year, a decrease of 4.8 percent from the previous year. That was the smallest number of deaths since 1966 and less than half of 16,765 deaths in 1970 , the largest -ever number of deaths on record. The police all over the country led a national campaign for traffic safety and succeeded in reducing the number of deaths in traffic accidents.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA12 January 07j

 

gCasualties of Traffic Accidents Declinedh

 

The number of people who died in traffic accidents was 8326 last year, a decrease by 4.8% from the previous year. This is the lowest number since 1966 and a half of casualties in 1970 when the highest number of 16765 was recorded. Led by the police, all Japanese people took part in the gTraffic Safety Campaignh across the nation and bore this fruit.

 

“Yí

 

gThe Number of Casualties1 in of Traffic Accidents Declinedh

 

The number of people who died were killed2 in traffic accidents was 8,326 last year, a decrease by 4.8% from the previous year. This is was the lowest number since 1966 and a half of casualties deaths by traffic accidents in 1970 when the highest number of 16,765 was recorded. Led by the police, all Japanese people took part in the gTraffic Safety Campaignh across the nation and bore this fruit achieved this result3.

 

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1.       a casualty‚͐푈‚⎖ŒĖ‚Ė•‰ŽŌ‚Ü‚―‚ÍŽ€ŽŌ‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚Č‚Ė‚ŁAthe number of casualties‚Æ‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       Ž–ŒĖ‚Å‚ÍPeople are killed.‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚Šˆę”Ę“I‚Å‚·B

 

3.       This bore fruit.‚Æ‚Ē‚ĪnŒę‚Åfruit‚Í’ŠÛ“I‚ČˆÓ–Ą‚ðŽ‚ŋAu‚ą‚Ės“Ū‚ÍŽĀ‚Á‚―Bv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚·‚é‚Əã‚Ė–â‘č‚Å‚ÍTheir joint action bore fruit.‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B“ú–{Œę‚Ė•\Œŧ‚Ėu`‚ĖŒ‹‰Ę‚ð‚ā‚―‚į‚ĩ‚―Bv‚É‹ß‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁBuŒ‹‰Ęv‚āŒģ—ˆ‚ĖˆÓ–Ą‚́u–Ø‚ŠŽĀ‚ðŒ‹‚Ôv‚Å‚·‚Đ‚į–Ę”’‚Ē‚Å‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gThe Number of Casualties in Traffic Accidents Declinedh

 

The number of people who were killed in traffic accidents was 8,326 last year, a decrease by 4.8% from the previous year. This was the lowest number since 1966 and a half of deaths by traffic accidents in 1970 when the highest number of 16,765 was recorded. Led by the police, all Japanese people took part in the gTraffic Safety Campaignh across the nation and  achieved this result.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Piƒ~ƒiƒ~A1 March 03j

 

gA Decreasing Number of Death by Traffic Accidentsh

 

Last year, the total of 8,326 people were killed in traffic accidents. This was a decrease of 4.8 percent from the previous year and the lowest since 1966. Now the number was less than half of that in1970, the worst year of traffic accidents when16,765 people were killed. This decrease in the death in traffic accidents was a result of combined efforts of both the police and people.

 

“Yí

 

gA Decreasing Number of Deaths by Traffic Accidentsh

 

Last year, the a total of 8,326 people were killed in traffic accidents1. This was a decrease of 4.8 percent from the previous year and the lowest since 1966. Now the This number was less than half of that in1970, the worst year of for traffic accidents, when16,765 people were killed. This decrease in the deaths in due to traffic accidents was a the result of combined efforts of both the police and people.

 

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”Žš‚Ė‘―‚Ē•ķÍ‚Č‚Ė‚Å—Į‚­‚Č‚Ē‚æ‚Ī‚ðŪ—‚ĩ‚Ä‚Đ‚į‰p•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚é•K—v‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·Bƒ~ƒiƒ~‚ģ‚ņ‚Í“ú–{Œę‚Ė“ā—e‚ð‚Ē‚­‚‚ЂĖ‰p•ķ‚É•Š‚Ŋ‚Ä‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       uð”N‚ĖŒð’ĘŽ–ŒĖŽ€ŽŌ‚Í‚W‚R‚Q‚Ul‚Å‚ ‚éBv‚ðƒ~ƒiƒ~‚ģ‚ņ‚Í Last year, the total of 8,326 people were killed in traffic accidents. ‚Æ“ŪŽŒ‚ðŽg‚Á‚Ä•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚Ė•ķ‚ł̓~ƒiƒ~‚ģ‚ņ‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É People were killed in traffic accidents.‚Æ•\Œŧ‚·‚é‚Ė‚Š•’Ę‚ÅPeople died in traffic accidents.‚ ‚Ü‚čŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚đ‚ņB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gA Decreasing Number of Deaths by Traffic Accidentsh

 

Last year, a total of 8,326 people were killed in traffic accidents. This was a decrease of 4.8 percent from the previous year and the lowest since 1966. This number was less than half of that in1970, the worst year for traffic accidents, when16,765 people were killed. This decrease in deaths due to traffic accidents was the result of combined efforts of both the police and people.

 

 

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‹{čŒ§“ā‚ĖŒY–@”ƍߐ”‚Í‘‰Á‚Ėˆę“r‚ð‚―‚Į‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚éBð”N‚Í–ņˆę–œŒÜį˜Z•SŒBĄ”N‚ā‚ŧ‚ę‚ðã‰ņ‚éƒy[ƒX‚Ő„ˆÚ‚·‚éB ”ä—á‚·‚é‚æ‚Ī‚ɁAƒz[ƒ€ƒZƒLƒ…ƒŠƒeƒB[‚ĖŒ_–ņ‚â–h”ÆŠÖ˜AĪ•i‚Ė”Ė”„‚Š‹}L‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚éBˆĀ‘S‚́u—^‚Ķ‚į‚ę‚é‚ā‚Ėv‚Đ‚įuŽĐ‚įŠm•Û‚·‚é‚ā‚Ėv‚É•Ï‚í‚Á‚Ä‚Ŧ‚―B

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚WiSuzume, 15 July 19j

 

The number of crimes in Miyazaki Prefecture has been steadily increasing. Last year, the number was about 15,600. This year, the number is rising at a pace exceeding the previous year. As the number of crimes increases rapidly, the sales of crime prevention related apparatus and homes security services are growing accordingly. Now, people are beginning to think of safety as "something ensured by themselves" instead of "something given as rightful or due."

 

“Yí

 

The number of crimes in Miyazaki Prefecture has been steadily increasing. Last year, the number was about 15,600. This year, the number is rising at a pace exceeding the previous year. As the number of crimes increases rapidly, the sales of crime prevention related apparatus and homes security services are growing accordingly. Now, people are beginning to think that of safety as is "something they must ensured by themselves," and is not instead of "something they are given as rightful or due."

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

The number of crimes in Miyazaki Prefecture has been steadily increasing. Last year, the number was about 15,600. This year, the number is rising at a pace exceeding the previous year. As the number of crimes increases rapidly, the sales of crime prevention apparatus and home security services are growing accordingly. Now, people are beginning to think that safety is something they must ensure by themselves, and is not "something they are given.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViLucca, 9 November 11j

 

Surge Sales of Crime Prevention Goods

 

The number of criminal offenses has kept on increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture. Last year it reached the level of 15,600, but it will exceed last year's figure this year again. Concurrently with the increase of crimes, the subscription to home security services and sales of crime-prevention goods have been increasing at a rapid pace. Nowadays security is not what people are given by someone but what people ensure by themselves.

 

“Yí

 

Surge Sales of Crime Prevention Goods

 

The number of criminal offenses has kept on increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture. Last year it reached the level of 15,600, but it will exceed last year's figure this year again. Concurrently with the increase of crimes, the subscription to home security services and sales of crime-prevention goods have been increasing at a rapid pace. Nowadays security is not what people are given by someone but what people ensure by themselves.

 

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“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Uimxtomi, 18 October 11j

 

"Surge in Sale of Security Goods and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The prefecture saw as many as 15,600 of criminal offences last year and is seeing them increasing even at a faster pace this year. Subscriptions to home security services and sales of security goods have been surging proportional to the number of crimes. Apparently, our security is no longer something given to us by others but something we have to ensure by ourselves.

 

“Yí

 

"Surge in Sales of Security Goods and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The prefecture saw as many as 15,600 of criminal offences last year and is seeing them increasing even at a faster pace this year. Subscriptions to home security services and sales of security goods have been surging in proportional to the number of crimes. Apparently, our security is no longer something given to us by others but something we have to ensure by ourselves.

 

 

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“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Surge in Sales of Security Goods and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The prefecture saw as many as 15,600 of criminal offences last year and is seeing them increasing even at a faster pace this year. Subscriptions to home security services and sales of security goods have been surging in proportion to the number of crimes. Apparently, our security is no longer something given to us by others but something we have to ensure by ourselves.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚TiKalo, 22 August 10j

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Security Goodsh

 

The number of crimes is on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The number reached about 15,600 last year and so far has been increasing at a faster pace this year. As the number of crimes increases, sales of home security services and products are sharply increasing. Now, security is not what is given by someone else but what is gained by yourself.

 

“Yí

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Security Goods in Miyazaki Prefectureh

 

The number of crimes is on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The number reached about 15,600 last year and so far has been increasing at a faster pace this year. As the number of crimes increases, sales of home security services and products are sharply increasing. Now, security is not what is given to you by someone else but what you is gained1 by yourself.

 

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1.       Šļ‚Ķ‚ÄŽó“Ū‘Ô‚Æ”\“Ū‘Ô‚ð‘Δä‚ĩ‚Ĉá‚Ē‚ð‹­’ē‚·‚é‚ą‚Æ‚ā‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Security Goods in Miyazaki Prefectureh

 

The number of crimes is on the rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. The number reached about 15,600 last year and so far has been increasing at a faster pace this year. As the number of crimes increases, sales of home security services and products are sharply increasing. Now, security is not what is given to you by someone else but what you gain by yourself.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Si‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ąA9 June 08j

 

"Exploding Sales of Anti-crime Productsh

 

The number of criminal offences has steadily increased in Miyazaki Prefecture and reached about 15,600 last year. The number of this year has already outpaces last year's record. As the crimes increase, the sales of home security services and anti-crime goods have been exploding. The security has shifted nowadays from what somebody gives us to what we acquire by ourselves.

 

“Yí

 

"Exploding Sales of Anti-crime Productsh

 

The number of criminal offences has been steadily increaseding in Miyazaki Prefecture and reached about 15,600 last year1. The number of this year2 has already outpacesd last year's record. As the crimes increase3, the sales of home security services and anti-crime goods have been exploding. The sSecurity4 has changed shifted nowadays from what somebody gives us to what we acquire by ourselves.

 

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1.       u‹{čŒ§“ā‚ĖŒY–@”ƍߐ”‚Í‘‰Á‚Ėˆę“r‚ð‚―‚Į‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚éBð”N‚Í–ņˆę–œŒÜį˜Z•SŒBĄ”N‚ā‚ŧ‚ę‚ðã‰ņ‚éƒy[ƒX‚Ő„ˆÚ‚·‚éBv‚Æ‚ą‚Ė“ú–{•ķ‚Í’Z•ķ‚ð‘ą‚Ŋ‚Ä•ķÍ‚ɃŠƒYƒ€‚ðė‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·Bˆę”Ę“I‚ɁA“ú–{•ķ‚͈ę•ķ‚É“ü‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚éî•ņ‚Š‘―‚Ē‚Ė‚ŁA‰p•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚é‚Æ‚Ŧ‚Í•Ą”‚Ė•ķ‚É‚·‚éę‡‚Š‘―‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ŠA‚ą‚Ė—ûK–â‘č‚Í‹t‚Å‚·‚ˁB‚‚Ԃ ‚ņ‚ą‚ģ‚ņ‚͈ę”Ô‚Æ“ņ”Ô‚Ė“ú–{•ķ‚ðˆę‚‚Ė‰p•ķ‚É‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•ķ‚Æ“Ŋ‚ķ‚æ‚Ī‚É“ņ‚‚ɂ·‚é‚æ‚č‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

2.       ‚ą‚Ė•ķ‚Åthis year‚Í•›ŽŒ‚Å‚·BThis year the number has outpaced last year.‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‡˜‚Å‚ā‚æ‚Ē‚Ė‚Å•›ŽŒ‚Æ‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·Boutpace‚Í‚·‚łɐ”Žš‚Ė”äŠr‚ðŠÜ‚ÞŒū—t‚Č‚Ė‚ŁA“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ÉČ—Š‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚ą‚ą‚đcrimes‚͔ƍ߈ę”Ę‚ÅA“Á’č‚Ė”ƍ߂ðŽw‚·•K—v‚Í‚Č‚Ē‚Ė‚Å’čŠĨŽŒ‚Í—v‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņA

 

4.       security ˆĀ‘Sˆę”Ę‚Ė’ŠÛ–žŽŒ‚Å‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Exploding Sales of Anti-crime Productsh

 

The number of criminal offences has been steadily increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture and reached about 15,600 last year. The number this year has already outpaced last year. As  crimes increase, sales of home security services and anti-crime goods have been exploding.  Security has changed nowadays from what somebody gives us to what we acquire by ourselves.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA13 January 07j

 

gGrowing Sales of Security Goodsh

 

The number of crimes continues to rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. There were 15,600 cases last year and we are seeing a faster pace of crimefs increase this year than last year. As the number of crime rises, more and more people have contracted with home security companies to protect their houses and buy security goods to prevent themselves from being involved in crimes. People come to understand that safety is not ggiven by society or administrationh but gprocured by themselves.h

 

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gGrowing Sales of Home Security Goodsh

 

The number of crimes criminal offences1 continues to rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. There were 15,600 cases last year and the number has been increasing2 at we are seeing a faster pace of crimefs increase this year than last year. As3 the number of crimes rises, more and more people have contracted with home security companies to protect their houses and buy bought security goods to prevent themselves from being involved in crimes. People come to understand that safety security is not ggiven by society or administrationh but gprocured by themselves their own efforts.h

 

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1.       crime‚͔ƍ߈ę”Ę‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚Å‚·‚ˁB“ú–{•ķ‚Å‚ÍŒY–@”ƍ߂Ɩū‹L‚ĩ‚āA–ŊŽ–”Æß‚Đ‚į‹æ•Ę‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚æ‚Ī‚Č‚Ė‚Åcriminal offencesiŒY–@”ƍ߁j‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

2.       ‚ą‚ą‚Í‹qŠÏ“IŽ–ŽĀ‚Ė‹Lq‚Č‚Ė‚Åwe‚ðŽg‚í‚ļ‚É“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚·‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       u”ä—á‚·‚é‚æ‚Ī‚Ɂv‚ðAs the number of crimes rises‚Æ‚ĩ‚―‚Ė‚ŠA‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­‚Ä‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gGrowing Sales of Home Security Goodsh

 

The number of criminal offences1 continues to rise in Miyazaki Prefecture. There were 15,600 cases last year and the number has been increasing at a faster pace this year. As the number of crimes rises, more and more people have contracted with home security companies to protect their houses and bought security goods to prevent themselves from being involved in crimes. People come to understand that security is not ggiven by society or administrationh but gprocured by their own efforts.h

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiKenji, 21 March 03j

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Safety Products and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been steadily increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture. Last year, the number was 15,600 and this year it has been moving at a higher rate. In proportion to the number of crimes, sales of home safety products have been rapidly increasing. Now we regard safety is as something we acquire rather than something given.

 

“Yí

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Safety Security Products and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been steadily increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture. Last year, the number was reached 115,600 and this year it has been moving increasing at a higher rate. In proportion toAs the number of crimes increases, sales of home safety security products and services have been rapidly increasing. Now we regard safety security is as something we acquire by our own efforts2 rather than something that is given to us by somebody else3.

 

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1.       be“ŪŽŒ‚Ėwas‚æ‚čreached‚Æ‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚ŠAŽåŒę‚É“Ūė‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Å•ķ‚ĖˆóÛ‚Š‹­‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

2.       •ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚ðā–ū‚·‚é‚―‚ß‚É‚ą‚Ė‹å‚ð‰Á‚Ķ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B“ú–{•ķ‚́u`‚É•Ï‚í‚Á‚Ä—ˆ‚―Bv‚Əó‘Ô‚ð’P‚ɏq‚Ũ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚ū‚Ŋ‚Å‚·‚ŠAKenji‚ģ‚ņ‚́u‚í‚ę‚í‚ę‚͈Ā‘S‚ð`‚ƍl‚Ķ‚é‚æ‚Ī‚É‚Č‚Á‚―Bv‚ƁuA‚Š~‚·‚éBv‚Æ”\“Ū“I‚É•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B“ú–{•ķ‚ł́u`‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚―Bv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚æ‚Ī‚Ɂuió‘ԁj‚ŠŽĐ‘R‚Ɂ`‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚É‚Č‚éBv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ĖŽd•û‚Š‘―‚­‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‰p•ķ‚ł́u“Ūė‚ĖŽå‘Ė‚Š`‚·‚éBv‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī‚Ė‚Š•ķ‚ĖŠî–{Œ`‚Å‚·B‚ą‚ę‚Š“ú–{•ķ‚Ɖp•ķ‚Ė”­‘z‚Ė‘å‚Ŧ‚Č‘Šˆá‚Ėˆę‚‚ł·B

 

3.       ‚ą‚ą‚ā•ķ‚Ė‘O”ž‚ƑΉž‚ĩ‚―Œ`‚Őā–ū‚ð•â‘Ŧ‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

gIncreasing Sales of Home Security Products and Servicesh

 

The number of criminal offences has been steadily increasing in Miyazaki Prefecture. Last year, the number reached15,600 and this year it has been increasing at a higher rate. As the number of crimes increases, sales of home security products and services have been rapidly increasing. Now we regard security as something we acquire by our own efforts rather than something that is given to us by somebody else.

 

 

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“ú–{‚Đ‚įŠCŠO‚ÉŒü‚Đ‚ĪŠÏŒõ‹q‚Í”NŠÔ‚P‚U‚O‚O–œl‘ä‚ū‚ŠA“ú–{‚É“ü‚Á‚Ä—ˆ‚éŠO‘lŠÏŒõ‹q‚Í‚í‚ļ‚Đ‚S‚O‚O–œl‘ä‚Å‚ĩ‚Đ‚Č‚ĒB‚ŧ‚Ė”ä—Ķ‚͐æi‘‚ōłā’á‚­AĒŠE‘S‘Ė‚Å‚Í‚R‚O”Ô‘äŒã”ž‚Ŋ؍‘‚Ė‰š‚É‚ ‚éB

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViSuzume, 17 July 19j

 

The number of Japanese tourists going abroad is about 1.6 million a year, whereas that of foreign tourists from abroad is as little as 4 million. Japan's ratio of outbound passengers to inbound passengers is the lowest among advanced countries and Japan is in the latter half of 30s after South Korea.

 

“Yí

 

The number of Japanese tourists going abroad is about 1.6 million a year, whereas that of foreign tourists coming to Japan from abroad is as small little as 4 million. Japan's ratio of outbound tourists1 passengers to inbound tourists passengers is the lowest among developed2 advanced countries and Japan is in the latter half of 30s after South Korea.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‚·‚Ũ‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

1.     u“ú–{‚Đ‚įŠCŠO‚ÉŒü‚Đ‚ĪŠÏŒõ‹qv‚Æ‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠAŽĀÛ‚́uo‘‚·‚é“ú–{lv‚Č‚Ė‚ÅŠÏŒõ–Ú“I‚Å‚Č‚Ēl‚āŠÜ‚Ü‚ę‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B‚ŧ‚ĖˆÓ–Ą‚Åoutbound passengers ‚͐ģŠm‚Č‹Lq‚Å‚·‚ŠA‚·‚Å‚Éthe number of Japanese tourists ‚ÆŒū‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚Åtourists ‚Å“ˆę‚·‚é‚Ė‚Š—Į‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.     uæi‘vAuŒãi‘v‚ÍžB–†‚ČŠT”O‚Å‚·BuiH‹Æ“I‚Ɂj”­“W‘vAuiH‹Æ“I‚Ɂj”­“W“rã‘v‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Š­‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚Č‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ą‚Å‚Ídeveloped countries‚É‚ĩ‚Ü‚ĩ‚―B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

The number of Japanese tourists going abroad is about 1.6 million a year, whereas that of foreign tourists coming to Japan is as small as 4 million. Japan's ratio of outbound tourists to inbound tourists is the lowest among developed countries and Japan is in the latter half of 30s after South Korea.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚UiLucca, 11 November 11j

 

Fewer Foreign Tourists 

 

While 16 million people go abroad from Japan annually, only 4 million foreigners visit Japan. Japan's ratio of entering and leaving the country is the lowest among developed countries and worldwide, Japan's ranking is the last half of 30s, which is below South Korea.

 

“Yí

 

Fewer Foreign Tourists Visit Japan

 

While 16 million Japanese people go abroad from Japan annually, only 4 million foreigners visit Japan. Japan's ratio of Japanese tourists going abroad to foreign tourists coming to Japan entering and leaving the country is the lowest among developed countries, and worldwide, Japan's ranking is in the last half of 30s worldwide, which is below South Korea.

 

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Japan's ratio of entering and leaving the country is the lowest among developed countries‚Ė‚Æ‚ą‚ë‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚É‚­‚Ē‚Å‚·B“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ÉJapanese tourists, foreign tourists‚ð“ü‚ę‚é‚Æ‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚­‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

Few Foreign Tourists Visit Japan

 

While 16 million Japanese go abroad from Japan annually, only 4 million foreigners visit Japan. Japan's ratio of Japanese tourists going abroad to foreign tourists coming to Japan  is the lowest among developed countries, and Japan's ranking is in the last half of 30s worldwide, below South Korea.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Timxtomi, 18 October 11j

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists Visiting Japan"  

 

While more than 16 million of Japanese tourists travel abroad every year, the number of foreign tourists coming to Japan is nothing more than 4 million level. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists against outgoing ones is the lowest among developed countries and is ranked high thirties worldwide after South Korea.

 

“Yí

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists Visiting Japan"  

 

While more than 16 million of Japanese tourists travel abroad every year, the number of foreign tourists coming to Japan is nothing more than 4 million level. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists against outgoing ones is the lowest among developed countries and is ranked in the high thirties worldwide after South Korea.

 

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“ā—e‚Ė‚·‚Ũ‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists Visiting Japan"  

 

While more than 16 million of Japanese tourists travel abroad every year, the number of foreign tourists coming to Japan is nothing more than 4 million level. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists against outgoing ones is the lowest among developed countries and is ranked in the high thirties worldwide after South Korea.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiKalo, 3 October 10j

 

"Few Foreign Tourists to Japanh

 

About 16 million Japanese people travel overseas a year while only about 4 million foreign tourists travel to Japan. In the ratio of incoming to outgoing tourists, Japan ranks the worst among developed countries, staying between the 35th and 40th in the world and behind South Korea.

 

“Yí

 

"Few Foreign Tourists to Japanh

 

About 16 million Japanese people travel overseas a year while only about 4 million foreign tourists travel to Japan. In the ratio of incoming to outgoing tourists, Japan ranks the worst among developed countries, staying between the 35th and 40t1 in the world and behind South Korea.

 

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‰p•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B “Yí‰ÓŠ‚Í‚ ‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņB

 

uiƒ‰ƒ“ƒLƒ“ƒO‚Łj‚R‚O”Ô‘äŒã”žv‚Í“Še‚Ė•\Œŧ‚Å‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·Branking in the second half of 30s‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚ā‚Å‚Ŧ‚Ü‚·B

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ri‚ ‚·‚ЁA1 January 10j

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists"

 

While 16 million travelers go abroad from Japan, only 4 million foreigners come to Japan.  The ratio of people leaving and entering Japan ranks in the second half of  30s  in the whole world and it is below South Korea's.

 

“Yí

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists Visit Japan"

 

Recently1, Wwhile 16 million travelers go abroad from Japan, only 4 million foreigners come to Japan a year. The ratio of people leaving entering Japan to people and leaving entering Japan2 ranks in the second half of 30s3 in the whole world and it is ranks below South Korea's4. Among industrialized countries, Japan has the lowest ratio.

 

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‰p•ķ‚Ė“ā—e‚Ė‘‚Ä‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚Ü‚·B

 

1.       “ú–{•ķ‚É‚ÍŒ‡‚Ŋ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·‚ŠA‘―•Š‚ą‚Ė””N‚Ė‚ą‚Æ‚ðŒū‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       The ratio of apples to oranges in this basket is 1 to 2. The apple to orange ratio in this basket is 1:2. The apple/orange ratio in this basket is 1:2.‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Éa ratio‚ðŽg‚Ē‚Ü‚·BThe ratio of A to B‚ÅA‚ÆB‚Ė—žŽŌ‚Š–ūŠm‚Č‚ą‚Æ‚Š•K—v‚Å‚·B‚ą‚Ė‚ā‚ņ‚ū‚Å‚ÍThe ratio of people entering Japan to people leaving Japan‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B1:2‚Ė”ä—Ķ‚Í•Š”‚Å•\Œŧ‚·‚ę‚Î1/2‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įA1/3‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Š1/2‚æ‚菮‚ģ‚Ē”ä—Ķ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·Bã‚Ė“ú–{•ķ‚ł́u“ú–{‚Đ‚įŠCŠO‚ÉŒü‚Đ‚ĪŠÏŒõ‹q‚Í”NŠÔ‚P‚U‚O‚O–œl‘ä‚ū‚ŠA“ú–{‚É“ü‚Á‚Ä—ˆ‚éŠO‘lŠÏŒõ‹q‚Í‚í‚ļ‚Đ‚S‚O‚O–œl‘ä‚Å‚ĩ‚Đ‚Č‚ĒB‚ŧ‚Ė”ä—Ķ‚͐æi‘‚ōłā’á‚­v‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įA‘f’ž‚É“Į‚߂Δä—Ķ‚Í1600/400‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įAu‚ā‚Á‚Æ‚ā’á‚­v‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•\Œŧ‚Æ–ĩ‚‚ĩ‚Ü‚·‚ˁB

 

3.       ‚R‚O‘ä‘O”žAŒã”ž‚Íin the former (latter) half of 30s, in the upper (lower) half of 30s, in the first (second) half of 30s‚Č‚Į‚Ė•\Œŧ‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·BŽ„‚Íthe first (second) half of 30s‚Šˆę”Ô•Š‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Æ‚Ļ‚ā‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       •ķÍ‘S‘Ė‚ĖŽåŒę‚ðThe ratio‚É‚·‚é‚Æ•Š‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė•ķÍ

 

"Fewer Foreign Tourists Visit Japan"

 

Recently, while 16 million travelers go abroad from Japan, only 4 million foreigners come to Japan a year. The ratio of people entering Japan to people leaving Japan ranks in the second half of 30s in the world and ranks below South Korea. Among industrialized countries, Japan has the lowest ratio.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA14 January 07j

 

gNot so Many Foreign tourists visit Japanh

 

The number of foreign tourists who come to Japan is only above 4 million in a year, while the number of Japanese tourists who go to abroad is more than 16 million. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists to outgoing tourists is the lowest in the developed countries and it is ranked in the latter of 30s in the world, being positioned lower than South Korea.

 

“Yí

 

gNot sSo Many Foreign tTourists vVisit Japanh

 

The number of foreign tourists who come to Japan is only above 4 million in a year, while the number of Japanese tourists who go to abroad is more than 16 million. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists to outgoing tourists1 is the lowest in the developed countries and it is ranked in the latter second half of 30s in the world, which is being positioned lower than South Koreafs2.

 

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1.       u‚ŧ‚Ė”ä—Ķ‚́v‚ðJapanfs ratio of incoming tourists to outgoing tourists‚Æ–ūŠm‚É•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚―‚Ė‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁB

 

2.       “Ū–žŽŒß‚Å‚ā‚æ‚Ē‚Ė‚Å‚·‚ŠAŠÖŒW‘ã–žŽŒß‚Ė‚Ų‚Ī‚Šwhich‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Å•ķ‚Ė\‘Ē‚Š‚Ŧ‚ŋ‚ņ‚Æ‚ĩ‚―Šī‚ķ‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·i‚ą‚ę‚ÍŽ„‚ĖŠīŠo‚É‚æ‚é”ŧ’f‚ŁAŒÂl‚ĖD‚Ý‚ā“ü‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·jB

 

“YíŒã‚Ė”ŧ’f

 

gNot So Many Foreign Tourists Visit Japanh

 

The number of foreign tourists who come to Japan is only above 4 million a year, while the number of Japanese tourists who go abroad is more than 16 million. Japanfs ratio of incoming tourists to outgoing tourists is the lowest in the developed countries and it is ranked in the second half of 30s in the world, which is lower than South Korefs.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚PiKenji, 21 March 03j

 

gForeign Tourists to Japanh

 

Every year, about 16 million Japanese tourists go overseas, while only about 4 million foreign tourists visit Japan. The ratio of in-coming tourists over out-going tourists is the lowest for Japan among industrialized countries. Japan ranks in the second part of 30s in the world below South Koreafs.

 

“Yí

 

gForeign Tourists to Japanh

 

Every year, about 16 million Japanese tourists go overseas, while only about 4 million foreign tourists visit Japan1. The ratio of in-coming tourists over out-going tourists2 is the lowest for Japan among industrialized countries . : Japan ranks in the second part lower half of 30s in the world ranking of the national ratio3 below South Koreafs.

 

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2.       “ú–{•ķ‚ł́u‚ŧ‚Ė”ä—Ķv‚Æ‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·‚Š‰p•ķ‚Åthat ratio‚Æ•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚ā‰―‚Šthat‚Č‚Ė‚Đ‚í‚Đ‚į‚Č‚Ē‚Å‚·‚ˁBKenji‚ģ‚ņ‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ɐā–ū‚·‚é•K—v‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·BuA‚ĖB‚ɑ΂·‚é”ä—Ķv‚ÍA/B‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įthe ration of A over B‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·B‚ą‚Ė“ú–{•ķ‚Å‚Í•ķ–Ž‚Đ‚įu“ú–{‚É‚­‚éŠO‘lŠÏŒõ‹qv‚ĖuŠO‘‚ɍs‚­“ú–{lŠÏŒõ‹qv‚ɑ΂·‚é”ä—Ķ‚Å‚·‚Đ‚įA4/16 = 0.25‚É‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·BOne foreign tourist visits Japan for every 4 Japanese tourists going overseas.‚Æ‚āŒū‚Ķ‚Ü‚·‚ˁB

 

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The Kyoto Protocol, which aims to curb the impact of global warming, will likely come into effect this year although Russia's ratification is set as a precondition. The protocol was adopted in December 1997, so it will have taken as long as six years to take effect. Now, developed countries are to take the initiative in reducing the greenhouse gases in full swing. In these circumstances, however, the United States of America, which emits the largest amount of greenhouse gases in the world, has withdrawn from the Kyoto Protocol. On top of that, developing countries are not required to reduce their emissions. Thus, the road ahead of curbing the impact of global warming by the Kyoto Protocol will be bumpy.

 

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The Kyoto Protocol, which aims to curb the impact of global warming, will likely come into effect this year although Russia's ratification is set as a precondition. The protocol was adopted in December 1997, so it will have taken as long as six years to take effect. Now, developed countries are to take the initiative in reducing the greenhouse gases in full swing. In these circumstances,. hHowever, the United States of America, which emits the largest amount of greenhouse gases in the world, has withdrawn from the Kyoto Protocol. On top of that, developing countries are not required to reduce their emissions. Thus, the road ahead of curbing the impact of global warming by the Kyoto Protocol will be bumpy.

 

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The Kyoto Protocol, which aims to curb the impact of global warming, will likely come into effect this year although Russia's ratification is set as a precondition. The protocol was adopted in December 1997, so it will have taken as long as six years to take effect. Now, developed countries are to take the initiative in reducing the greenhouse gases in full swing. In these circumstances. However, the United States of America, which emits the largest amount of greenhouse gases in the world, has withdrawn from the Kyoto Protocol. On top of that, developing countries are not required to reduce their emissions. Thus, the road ahead of curbing the impact of global warming by the Kyoto Protocol will be bumpy.

 

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚ViLucca, 14 November 11j

 

The Kyoto Protocol will soon Enter into Force

 

The Kyoto Protocol on curbing global warming will enter into force by the end of this year, pending the ratification by Russia. It means that its entry into force would have taken six years, as it was adopted on December 1997.  Countries, mainly developed ones, will start to adopt a serious stance on the reduction of greenhouse gases. But the US, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, does not join the treaty and developing countries will not have the obligation to reduce greenhouse gases. Thus, the treaty has to start with serious limitations.

 

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The Kyoto Protocol will soon Enter into Force

 

The Kyoto Protocol on cCurbing gGlobal wWarming will enter into force by the end of this year, pending the ratification by Russia. It This means that it will have taken six years before it becomes effective since its entry into force would have taken six years, as it was adopted in on December 1997.  Countries, mainly developed ones, will start to adopting a serious measures stance on the to reductione of greenhouse gases. But the US, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, does not join the treaty and developing countries will not have the obligation to reduce greenhouse gases. Thus, the treaty has to start with serious limitations.

 

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The Kyoto Protocol will soon Enter into Force

 

The Kyoto Protocol on Curbing Global Warming will enter into force by the end of this year, pending the ratification by Russia. This means that it will have taken six years before it becomes effective since it was adopted in December 1997. Countries, mainly developed ones, will start adopting serious measures to reduce greenhouse gases. But the US, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, does not join the treaty and developing countries will not have the obligation to reduce greenhouse gases. Thus, the treaty has to start with serious limitations.

 

 

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"Kyoto Protocol Takes Effecth 

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international pact aiming to stop global warming, is going to come into effect by the end of this year, assuming that Russia ratifies the pact. Adopted in 1997, the pact had to wait for as long as 6 years before it takes effect.@The ratifying countries, especially developed countries, are going to get down to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Unfortunately, however, the United States, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has withdrawn from the protocol and developing countries have not been obliged to reduce their emissions. Accordingly, the protocol is to take effect with such serious constraints.

 

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"Kyoto Protocol Takes Effecth 

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international pact aiming to stop global warming, is going to come into effect by the end of this year, assuming that Russia ratifies the pact. Adopted in 1997, the pact had to wait for as long as 6 years before it takes effect.@The ratifying countries, especially developed countries, are going to work harder to reduce get down to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Unfortunately, however, the United States, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has withdrawn from the protocol and developing countries have not been obliged to reduce their emissions. Accordingly, the protocol is to take effect with such serious constraints.

 

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"Kyoto Protocol Takes Effecth 

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international pact aiming to stop global warming, is going to come into effect by the end of this year, assuming that Russia ratifies the pact. Adopted in 1997, the pact had to wait for as long as 6 years before it takes effect. The ratifying countries, especially developed countries, are going to work harder to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Unfortunately, however, the United States, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has withdrawn from the protocol and developing countries have not been obliged to reduce their emissions. Accordingly, the protocol is to take effect with such serious constraints.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Ti‚ ‚·‚ЁA3 January 10j

 

"Upcoming Effect of Kyoto Protocol"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, which is designed for stopping global warming will come into effect by the end of the year. It's been six years since the protocol was adopted in December 1997 although the Russian's ratification term. Developed countries have been led to address the problem of serious greenhouse gas emissions. However, the U.S., the world largest emitters of greenhouse gasses has withdrawn from the protocol, and shall have no obligation to reduce the emission for developed countries. The Kyoto Protocol have launched to bear the substantial limits stopping global warming.

 

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"Upcoming Effect of Kyoto Protocol Will Soon Come Into Effect1"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, which is designed for stopping global warming will come into effect by the end of this the year if Russia ratifies the protocol2. It's been six years since the protocol was adopted in December 1997 although the Russian's ratification term. Developed countries have been led forced to address the problem of serious greenhouse gas emissions. However, the U.S., the world largest emitters of greenhouse gasses, has withdrawn from the protocol,. Moreover, developing countries3 and shall will have no obligation to reduce their emissions for developed countries. Thus, Tthe Kyoto Protocol will be have launched with to bear the its substantial limitsations for stopping global warming.

 

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1.       •ķ‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š•ķÍ‚Ė“ā—e‚ð‚æ‚­“`‚Ķ‚é‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       ‚ą‚Ė“ā—e‚Í‚ą‚Ė•ķ‚É“ü‚ę‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚æ‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

3.       ‚ą‚ę‚Š‹ž“s‹c’č‘‚Ėd—v‚ČŒĀŠE‚Å‚·BƒRƒyƒ“ƒn[ƒQƒ“‚Å‚āŠJ”­‘‚Ė”―‘΂ʼn―‚āŒˆ‚Ü‚č‚Ü‚đ‚ņ‚Å‚ĩ‚―B

 

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" Kyoto Protocol Will Soon Come Into Effect"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, which is designed for stopping global warming will come into effect by the end of this year if Russia ratifies the protocol. It's been six years since the protocol was adopted in December 1997. Developed countries have been forced to address the problem of serious greenhouse gas emissions. However, the U.S., the world largest emitter of greenhouse gasses, has withdrawn from the protocol. Moreover, developing countries will have no obligation to reduce their emissions. Thus, the Kyoto Protocol will be launched with  its substantial limitations for stopping global warming.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚SiP&C, 20 July 08j

 

"Taking Effect the Kyoto Protocol is Just in Sight"

 

The Kyoto Protocol to aim to prevent the global warming probably take effect in this year by ratification of the protocol by Russia. Since adoption of the protocol in December 1997, it takes very six years to take effect the protocol. Nations that ratified the protocol, mainly advanced nations, start wrestling in earnest with a cut of discharge of gases having the greenhouse effect. But United States that discharges the largest of the gases in the world defects from the protocol. And developing nations that ratified the protocol don't take duty for cutting it. The protocol is about to take effect with severe limitations.

 

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"Taking Effect tThe Kyoto Protocol is Taking Effect Soon Just in Sight1"

 

The Kyoto Protocol. which is to aimed at to preventing the global warming2, is probably takeing effect in this year by if it is ratified ratification of the protocol by Russia. Since adoption of the protocol was adopted in December 1997, it will be takes very six years before it finally to takes effect the protocol. The Nnations that have ratified the protocol, mainly advanced industrial nations, start wrestling in earnest with their efforts a to reduce cut of the discharge of gases having the greenhouse effects. But the United States that discharges the largest amount of the gases in the world has withdrawn defects from the protocol. And the developing nations that have ratified the protocol are not obliged to reduce greenhouse gasses don't take duty for cutting it. Thus, Tthe protocol is about to take effect with severe limitations.

 

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1.       ŽåŒę‚𖞎Œ‹å‚É‚·‚é‚ƁATaking Effect of the Kyoto Protocol is in Sight‚Æ‚Č‚č‚Ü‚·‚ŠA“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ÉŠČ’P‚ȍ\‘Ē‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

2.       ŽåŒę‚ðā–ū‚·‚éCüß‚Č‚Ė‚Å“Yí‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ÉŠÖŒW‘ã–žŽŒß‚É‚ĩ‚―‚Ų‚Ī‚Š‚í‚Đ‚č‚â‚·‚Ē‚Å‚ĩ‚å‚ĪB

 

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"The Kyoto Protocol is Taking Effect Soon"

 

The Kyoto Protocol. which is aimed at preventing global warming, is probably taking effect  this year if it is ratified by Russia. Since the protocol was adopted in December 1997, it will be six years before it finally takes effect. The nations that have ratified the protocol, mainly advanced industrial nations, start wrestling in earnest with their efforts to reduce the discharge of gases having greenhouse effects. But the United States that discharges the largest amount of gases in the world has withdrawn from the protocol. And the developing nations that have ratified the protocol are not obliged to reduce greenhouse gasses. Thus, the protocol is about to take effect with severe limitations.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚RiKalo, 1 October 07j

 

"The Kyoto Protocol Comes into Force"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty designed to fight global warming, will likely come into force this year on condition that Russia ratifies it. The Protocol will finally come into force six years after it was adopted in December 1997.

 

When the Kyoto Protocol comes into force, the signatory countries, mainly developed countries, need to make further efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, the Kyoto Protocol still has a long way to go. In fact, the Untied States, the world's top emitter of greenhouse gases, has decided to withdraw from the Protocol and also developing countries aren't obliged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyoto Protocol will likely come into force this year. But much hard work needs to be done to fight global warming.

 

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"The Kyoto Protocol Comes into Force"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty designed to fight global warming, will likely come into force this year on the condition that Russia ratifies it. Then, Tthe Protocol will finally come into force six years after it was adopted in December 1997.

 

When the Kyoto Protocol comes into force, the signatory countries, mainly developed countries, need to make further efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, the Kyoto Protocol still has a long way to go. In fact, the Untied States, the world's top largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has decided to withdraw from the Protocol and also some developing countries aren't obliged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyoto Protocol will likely come into force this year. But much more hard work needs to be done to fight global warming.

 

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"The Kyoto Protocol Comes into Force"

 

The Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty designed to fight global warming, will likely come into force this year on the condition that Russia ratifies it. Then, the Protocol will finally come into force six years after it was adopted in December 1997.

 

When the Kyoto Protocol comes into force, the signatory countries, mainly developed countries, need to make further efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, the Kyoto Protocol still has a long way to go. In fact, the Untied States, the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has decided to withdraw from the Protocol and some developing countries aren't obliged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyoto Protocol will likely come into force this year. But much more hard work needs to be done to fight global warming.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Qi‚ģ‚­‚įA15 January 07j

 

gKyoto Protocol will be in Effect Soonh

 

The gKyoto Protocolh which is aimed to contain the global warming will be probably in effect within this year. Actually, it needs Russianfs ratification to go into its effect. The protocol has needed as long as six years to be imposed since it had first adopted in December 1997. Once it is imposed, the world will start taking action on full-scale to reduce greenhouse gas emissions mainly driven by industrialized countries. Even in such a trend of the world, the U.S. remains outside of the agreement and developing countries also do not have any duties to cut their emissions. The Kyoto Protocol has a tough hurdle from its start.

 

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gKyoto Protocol wWill bBe in Effect Soonh

 

The gKyoto Protocolh which is aimed to contain the global warming will be probably likely1 in effect within this year. Actually, it needs Russianfs ratification to go into its effect. The protocol has needed as long as six years to be imposed implemented since it had was first adopted in December 1997. Once it is imposed implemented, the world signatory countries will start taking action on full-scale to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, 2mainly driven by industrialized countries. Even in such a trend of the world, the U.S. remains outside of the agreement protocol and developing countries also do not have any duties to cut their emissions under the protocol. The Kyoto Protocol has a tough hurdle to over come from its start to make it a truly international agreement3.

 

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1.       u’n‹…‚Ė‰·’g‰ŧvAu‹ž“s‹c’č‘vAu‹Ķ’č‚Š”­Œø‚·‚évAu‹Ķ’č‚É”áy‚·‚évAu‰·ŽšŒø‰ĘƒKƒXv‚Č‚Į‚Ėˆę”Ę“I‚ȉpŒę•\Œŧ‚ðŒĐ‚‚Ŋ‚é‚Ė‚ŠæŒˆ‚Å‚·Buu‹Ķ’č‚Š”­Œø‚·‚évAu‹Ķ’č‚É”áy‚·‚év‚͈ę”Ę“I‚Č˜a‰pŽŦ‘‚É‚ā‚Å‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·‚ŠAu’n‹…‚Ė‰·’g‰ŧvAu‹ž“s‹c’č‘v‚Č‚Į‚Í‚Ü‚ūŽŦ‘‚ɍڂÁ‚Ä‚Ē‚Č‚Ē‚ą‚Æ‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‰pŽŦ˜YOn the Web http://www.alc.co.jp/ ‚É‚Í‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚ȐV‚ĩ‚ĒŒū—t‚Ė‰pŒę•\Œŧ‚ŠÚ‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚ą‚ę‚ðŽč‚Š‚Đ‚č‚É“KØ‚ȉpŒę•\Œŧ‚ð’T‚·‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī•û–@‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‰pŽšV•·‚â‰pŒęŽGŽ‚ð“Į‚ņ‚ŁA‚ą‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č•\Œŧ‚ðW‚ß‚―ŒęœbW‚ð‚‚­‚é‚Æ‚Ē‚Ī–{Ši“I‚Č•û–@‚ā‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‚í‚―‚ĩ‚͉―“x‚â‚Á‚Ä‚āŽO“ú–VŽå‚Å‚ĩ‚―B

 

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3.       The Kyoto Protocol has a tough hurdle.‹ž“s‹c’č‘‚́iæ‚č‰z‚Ķ‚é‚Ũ‚Ŧj‚‚Ēƒn[ƒhƒ‹‚ð•ø‚Ķ‚Ä‚Ē‚éA‚Ńn[ƒhƒ‹‚ĖŒü‚ą‚Ī‚ɉ―‚Š‚ ‚é‚Ė‚Đ•â‘Ŧā–ū‚ð“ü‚ę‚Č‚Ē‚Æ“ā—e‚Š‚Í‚Á‚Ŧ‚č‚ĩ‚Ü‚đ‚ņB

 

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gKyoto Protocol Will Be in Effect Soonh

 

The gKyoto Protocolh which is aimed to contain global warming will be likely in effect within this year. Actually, it needs Russianfs ratification to go into its effect. The protocol has needed as long as six years to be implemented since it was first adopted in December 1997. Once it is implemented, the signatory countries will start taking action on full-scale to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, mainly driven by industrialized countries. Even in such a trend of the world, the U.S. remains outside of the protocol and developing countries do not have any duties to cut their emissions under the protocol. The Kyoto Protocol has a tough hurdle to over come from its start to make it a truly international agreement.

 

 

“ĮŽŌ‚Đ‚į‚Ė“Še@‚Pi‚Ē‚ļ‚݁A22 March 02j

 

gThe Kyoto Accord Come into Effecth

 

The Kyoto Accord is intended to prevent global warming and will perhaps come into effect this year. Russiafs ratification is a condition for the Accord to become effective. If Russia ratifies the Accord this year, it will take six years from the time when the Accord was adopted by participating countries in December 1997 to the time when it will finally goes into effect this year.

 

Once the Accord goes into effect, the countries participating in the Accord will accelerate their efforts to reduce the exhaustion of gasses with greenhouse effects into the air. But the Accord will come into effect, while the United States, which exhaust the largest amount of gasses into the air, has decided not to ratify the Accord and developing countries are not participating in the Accord. Thus, the Accord will be implemented with major limitations from the beginning.

 

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gThe Kyoto Accord Comes into Effecth

 

The Kyoto Accord, which is intended to prevent global warming, and will perhaps likely come into effect this year1. Russiafs ratification is a condition for the Accord to become effective. If Russia ratifies the Accord this year, it will take six years from the time when the Accord was adopted by participating countries in December 1997 to the time when it will finally goes come into effect this year2.

 

Once the Accord goes into effect3, the countries participating in the Accord will accelerate their efforts to reduce the exhaustion emission of gasses with causing the greenhouse effects into the air. But the Accord will come into effect, while without the United States, which exhausts the largest amount of greenhouse gasses into the air4, . The United States has decided not to ratify the Accord and there are also other developing countries are not participating in the Accord. Thus, the Accord will be implemented with major limitations from the beginning.

 

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2.       Once the Accord goes into effect‚ð‰Á‚Ķ‚é‚ą‚Æ‚É‚æ‚Á‚āA‘O‚Ė•ķ‚Æ‚Ė‚‚ȂŠ‚č‚Š—Į‚­‚Č‚Á‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

3.       ‚Ē‚ļ‚Ý‚ģ‚ņ‚́u‚X‚V”N‚P‚QŒŽ‚ĖĖ‘ð‚ū‚Đ‚į”­Œø‚Ü‚Å‚ÉŽĀ‚É‚U”N‚ā‚ĖÎŒŽ‚ð—v‚·‚é‚ą‚Æ‚É‚Č‚éBv‚Ė“ā—e‚ð—Į‚­l‚Ķ‚Ä•â‘Ŧ‚ĩ‚ĉp•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

4.       u‚ŧ‚ņ‚Č’†‚ōőå‚Ė”ro‘‚Å‚ ‚é•Ä‘‚Š‹c’č‘‚ð—Ģ’E‚ĩA“rã‘‚͍íŒļ‹`–ą‚𕉂í‚Č‚ĒBv‚Ė“ā—e‚ÍThe United States has decided not to ratify the Accord.‚ÆDeveloping countries are not participating in the Accord at all.‚Ė“ņ‚‚ł·‚ŠAu‚ŧ‚ņ‚Č’†‚Łv‚Í‘O‚Ė•ķÍ‚Ė“ā—e‚ðŽó‚Ŋ‚Ä‚Ē‚é‚Ė‚ŁA‚Į‚Ė‚æ‚Ī‚Č’†‚Č‚Ė‚Љp•ķ‚Őā–ū‚·‚é•K—v‚Š‚ ‚č‚Ü‚·B‚Ē‚ļ‚Ý‚ģ‚ņ‚Í“ú–{•ķ‚ĖŒ`‚É‚Æ‚į‚í‚ę‚ļ‚É“ā—e‚ðÄ\’z‚ĩ‚ĉp•ķ‚Å•\Œŧ‚ĩ‚Ä‚Ē‚Ü‚·B

 

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gThe Kyoto Accord Comes into Effecth

 

The Kyoto Accord, intended to prevent global warming, will likely come into effect this year. Russiafs ratification is a condition for the Accord to become effective. If Russia ratifies the Accord this year, it will take six years from the time when the Accord was adopted by participating countries in December 1997 to the time when it will finally come into effect this year.

 

Once the Accord goes into effect, the countries participating in the Accord will accelerate their efforts to reduce the emission of gasses causing the greenhouse effect. But the Accord will come into effect without the United States which exhausts the largest amount of greenhouse gasses into the air. The United States has decided not to ratify the Accord and there are also other developing countries not participating in the Accord. Thus, the Accord will be implemented with major limitations from the beginning.