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课程代码:00096I. Choose one answer that best explains the underlined part of the following statements or best completes them:(30%)1.The authorities are willing to permit a run-down in the country’s international reserves over the next few years as a means of accelerating the introduction of foreign technology.【 】A. speeding up B. speeding onC. speeding off D. speeding down 2.Another 20% worked well, but the remaining 60% should have been scrapped.【 】A. improved B. removed C. stimulated D. introduced 3.Now Zhangjiagang is China’s seventh largest port and a tumultuous construction zone of half-built office buildings and hotels.【 】A. tremendous B. enormousC. noisy D. orderly 4.Against this deteriorating global background, the improvement in economic performance in a few developing regions in 1991 was especially noteworthy.【 】A. determinating B. tolerating C. improving D. worsening 5.Balanced against that criticism is the positive reaction in Latin America to Mr. Clinton’s embrace of the freetrade agreement.【 】A. hug B. embarrassC. acceptance D. balance 6.As Europe’s economy has soured, free-market ideas that are new to much of Europe face new challenges.【 】A. increased B. declinedC. sky-rocketed D. tasted 7.At the summit meeting, America insisted that Japan should come up with specific measures that would enable it to meet new import targets.【 】A. bring forth B. come acrossC. put off D. reach out 8.Fearful that rapidly modernizing Korean rivals will intrude on its foreign and domestic markets, Japan has fought to keep the Koreans from appropriating its technologies.【 】A. competitors B. representativesC. negotiators D. dealers 9.International consultants who want to secure definite projects at lucrative fees are finding it harder and harder.【 】A. low B. minimum C. high D. profitable10.A separate, long-running dispute over oilseeds does still pose a threat.【 】A. possess B. present C. provide D. persuade11.With barter, however, debtor nations can continue to import goods while, in effect, concealing export earnings from creditors.【 】A. loaners B. borrowers C. owners D. believers 12.However, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo still face a struggle in persuading bottlers across the nation to take the.【 】A. offering B. forcing C. encouraging D. discouraging 13.Hong Kong Eggs and Products Company monopolizes the import of Chinese eggs, both fresh and preserved.【 】A. confines B. minimizes C. dominates D. mobilizes 14.You can use credit cards but it’s best to take some currency as well.【 】A. coupons B. money C. coins D. dimes 15.Lead values moved up to their best level since April last year in the absence of a settlement at Australia’s broken hill lead-zinc-silver mines.【 】A. without B. withC. as D. through