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(一)(答案可在文章末尾处查看)

PART?·Read the following text.

?·Choose the best sentence from the list A-H to fill each of the blanks.

    Argentine software developer InterSoft expects 25% growth this year compared to 2003 to give total revenues of 3. 8mn pesos (US $1. 25mn), InterSoft co-founder and general manager Osvaldo Pasut told BNamericas.

     

   (8)  

, particularly enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications and the Denarius human resources solution.

    InterSoft also expects sales abroad to increase early next year when it launches operations with recently selected distributors in Peru and Bolivia. The company already serves Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile through local business partners and foreign operations,

    (9)   

.     For 2005, the company will invest 33% of its revenues in research and development. Argentina's science and technology ministry recently agreed, to guarantee a 400,000- peso (USS 134,000) R&D project,

    (10)    

. New features include security and reporting functions, improved graphics and integration with databases and tech platforms.

    "With this project, we are boosting technology improvement for all the companies we have worked with over the last 20 years, nationally and internationally," Pasut said.

    InterSoft has direct contracts with over 100 companies, 

  (11)   

, considering business partners abroad and integrators which use Intersoft 's technology. "With the economic crisis, this number decreased considerably, but for 2005 we expect to add one new client a month on average," Pasut said.

    "We combine our knowledge of the market we work in and our know-how in technology-this gives us important added value, which helps us increase our business," he added.

    (12)   

.     Intersoft started operations in 1983 and is a business partner of international companies such as Oracle and IBM. By year-end, the company expects to achieve level 3 CMM certification.

A. the company also has a strong market share in sectors such as transport and asset tracking

B. the total revenue is expected to increase this year

C. revenues divided into 60 % from services and the rest from product sales

D. which are expected to account for 5% of total revenue this year

E. whose client base has deceased by a large amount

F. the company tends to make a strong market share in future

G. which aims to accelerate implementation of new versions of Intersoft's Unix applications development tool Ideafix

H. but its client base has increased to nearly 400

PART?·Look at the following text and questions over the page.

?·Each question has four suggested answers or ways of finishing the sentence,A, B, C and D.

    The co-founder of an Oklahoma prescription drug service shut down for violating federal drug importation laws has a new company providing access to discounted medicines over the Internet

    Web-based Integrity Meds has been connecting prescription drug buyers with a mail-order pharmacy in Texas at prices the businesses claim are at cost plus two small fees.

    "On name brands, people can save some money, but on generics they're going to rub their eyes and check it again," David Peoples, Integrity Meds founder and co-founder of Rx Depot, said on Wednesday. "It's going to be a shock."

    The Tulsa-based company connects customers to Carepharm, a mail order pharmacy in New Boston, Texas. If the customer mentions Integrity Meds, they get medications at cost, officials with both companies said.

    Integrity Meds gets $1 per prescription from Carepharm, which gets new customers outside of the Medicare patients it usually targets plus a $10 dispensing fee per customer.

    "We believe so strongly in this program," Carepharm founder and chief operating officer Dennis Schafer said. "People call us and they can't believe what they can save."

    BJ Baker of Tulsa says Integrity Meds saves him between $130 and $140 a month on the five prescriptions he and his wife fill regularly. Three generic medications that once cost $105. 57 per month now cost him $16. 61, Baker says.

    "It's a tremendous cost-saving," said Baker, 75, a telemarketer with chemical maker DuPont Co. who has no prescription drug benefit on the health coverage he buys.

    Rx Depot, which Peoples founded with Carl Moore, faxed prescriptions to pharmacies in Canada that sent the drugs directly to customers at prices lower than they were available in the United States.

    A federal judge shut down the company's 85 storefronts in November, ruling that Rx Depot violated laws allowing only manufacturers to import drugs for sale. U.S. District Judge Claire Eagan also said the safety of the imported drugs could not be verified by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration.

    Rx Depot appealed the decision to the 10th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, arguing that its stores were not actually importing any medications. But last month the company dropped its effort to reopen the stores.

    Schafer said Carepharm is licensed in Texas and other states and provides only FDA-approved drugs that were manufactured and distributed domestically.

    Schafer estimated he gets about 70% of his orders now through Integrity Meds, which is helping to offset a smaller-than-expected number of elderly patients buying drugs through Medicare's new drug benefit.

    The U. S. attorney's office did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment. FDA associate commissioner of policy and planning William Hubbard said he was not familiar with Integrity Meds operations.

    Peoples said the $1 fee is enough to cover the costs of the handful of employees, fax machines and computers Integrity Meds has to pay for. The company also charges a fee to help elderly and poor people enrolling in drug manufacturer's programs that provide free maintenance drugs, he said.

    "We're doing what we deem to be the best situation that's allowed under the guidelines we all have to operate under," Peoples said. "It's the dollar store concept. "

13) "The Tulsa-based company" refers to ______.

A. Integrity Meds 

B. Rx DepotC. Carepharm D. FDA 14)Integrity Meds gets $1 per prescription from Carepharm, which can cover all the costs except ______.

A. wages B. electricity feesC. machine maintenance charges 

D. project costs15) These discounted medicines can save patients ______.

A. much time B. much moneyC. neither time nor money 

D. both time and money

16) Which of the following sentence is not true?

A. Some stores of Rx Depot were forced to shut down.

B. Rx Depot were charged with illegally importing drugs.

C. These stores that have been closed will be opened again.

D. Rx Depot files a suit against the decision of closing its stores.

17) If drug manufacturer's programs are carried out, ______.

A. Integrity Meds will gain large profits

B. discounted medicines will be more popular

C. old and poor people will receive maintenance drugs free of charge

D. Rx Depot's appeal will succeed

18) What can be the best title of this passage?

A. Discounted Medicine Project 

B. A Suit against Rx Depot

C. Integrity Meds and Carepharm 

D. Dollar Store Concept

答案PART 8、C     9、D     10、G     11、H    12、A

PART  13、A         14、D        15、B 

16、C         17、C         18、A

   未完待续   

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