福布斯公布美国历任总统财富榜, 前十名,均已作古（2012-01-29 1040）
Forbes Rich List U.S. presidents, the top ten, had passed away (2012-01-291040)
U.S. “Forbes” magazine, recently published a wealth ranking U.S. presidents, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, if elected, would be ranked fourth.
Forbes based on U.S. presidents in office property values, when combined with the overall economic profile, calculate the President of the United States the richest top ten, all of them have passed away.
According to the degree of money, the millionaire President of the U.S. top ten in order of Washington, Hoover, Jefferson, Kennedy, Geake Johnson, Theodore Roosevelt, Taylor, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Johnson and Madison.
Romney, if elected, he will be nearly half a century, the richest U.S. president. He in the end more money? Forbes magazine reported that about is to start from the Nixon, Obama has been to date, eight presidential property together, multiplied by two.
Locke: Oh, I want to say is, in fact, China is a very glorious past, is a very great civilization for thousands of years of history (the countries), Chinese people are proud of myself as a Chinese, are also very proud of. However, I think: the Chinese may feel – the last 100 years or 200 years, their rate of progress and development, not so fast as some other countries, so now they are trying to make up for passing time. Chinese society among some remarkable transformation took place, the people’s quality of life and living standards, a significant increase, China has so much of the city with some of the world’s tallest high-rise buildings, and, 20 years since the Shanghai transformation occurs, is a little hard to believe, very impressive example.
Locke: For example, we believe that: China as a society, need to be more open.
Locke assumed office, once said, open the door to the Chinese market is his top priority. This time, he once again demonstrated the position of spokesperson for American companies. His response to questions, easy performance, and the waves roll behind him photograph the mural, a sharp contrast, when the reporter asked the RMB exchange rate issue, Locke suddenly increased its answer tone, avoided exchange rate, but again stressed that the U.S. welcomes China’s powerful:
Locke: Again, a prosperous China, means: millions of Chinese people will enter the middle class, so they will want, and indeed will buy more products, to their own, which means: the United States have more opportunities to export goods and services, so the U.S. companies, U.S. labor, from a prosperous and economically powerful rise of China will benefit.