Surveys suggest that with the implementation ofconsumer credit policy,the demand forrefrigerators will grow among urban and ruralresidents in Shanghai
The demand for computers is predicted to grown considerably with the wide application ofelectronic networks.
The insurance market is expected to boom with the entry of various commercial insuranceinto urban families.
Nokia best Motorola last year as the world's top mobile phone maker with a market capital ofaround US $ 100 billion.
Most computer,telecommunication companies in Shanghai are joint ventures with heavyinvestment and advanced technologies.
The demand for color TVs will explode in China,with the largest increase in rural areas.
译文:It is well known that video telephone exists,but seldom were we told that somebody inChina owned such a telephone in his family. We have long sent the e-photos via the Internet.We did send many short messages,but nothing but our typing was improved. All thatchanged when MMS came.MMS revolutionized our way in enjoying pictures in that we should donothing but take the photos,through the inset camera on the handset,of such materials assome program or MTV on television and then send them to be enjoyed by our friends. Today,the mobile phones cease to be the mere telephones. In such a way telecommunication becameimpressive.
译文:Shanghai is divided into two parts by the Huangpu River. Between its two sides,largenumber of commuters is traveling like the migratory birds with one side being their workingplace. Down in the subway in Line 2 which links the two sides of the Huangpu River,peoplefind it really hard to remain decent at the rush hour when they crowed in the can-like cabins.Liujiazui becomes a station to be expected in that it is not crowed there after the majority ofpassengers have got off on their way home,or before many people get on the train headingtowards their working places. What's more,here we can expect to see the most decentlabors—— those rising to be in the upper class,such as the CEOs,professionals,topwhite-collars and the other people in the middle class,in this city,who,together with thosemodern buildings,show us the most wonderful scene of the city.
译文:Private cars have penetrated into your life no matter whether you have noticed that. Theyappeared in your dreams even if you do not have one now. Today,cars cease to be a kind ofsimple transportation vehicles. Instead,they come to show your attitude to life. Likewise,the simple advertisement sentence for cars like .“On every road,there is a some car.”can notdo today. If cars are sold simply as transportation vehicles,nobody would have the leastintention to buy them. It is absolutely necessary to sell you a new type of lifestyle relatedwith private cars before the distributors can succeed in selling their cars.