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2019年交通银行秋季校园招聘真题汇编(六)_考生回忆版

日期:2019-05-14


2019年交通银行秋季校园招聘真题汇编(六)
第一单元91-100题:

91.党的十九大报告指出:全面依法治国是国家治理的一场深刻革命,必须坚持厉行法治,推进科学立法、严格执法、公正司法、全民守法。成立( )加强对法治中国建设的统一领导。

A.中央全面深化改革领导小组

B.中央深化改革领导小组

C.中央全面依法治国领导小组

D.中央依法治国领导小组


92.交通银行的企业精神是( )。

A.价值卓越 国际一流 创新超越

B.拼搏进取 责任立业 创新超越

C.崇尚信誉 追求卓越 稳健致远

D.诚信永恒 稳健致远 创新超越


93.交通银行的发展战略是“走( )、( )道路,建设以( )为特色的一流公众持股银行集团”。

A.综合化、国际化、财富管理

B.国际化、零售化、个人理财

C.人才化、集约化、员工管理

D.本土化、综合化、公司业务

94.交通银行的英文名字是( )。

A. Bank of Communication

B. Bank of Communications

C. Bank of Constructions

D. Bank of Construction


95.交通银行的客户服务热线是( )。

A. 95588

B. 95533

C. 95559

D. 95511


Speaking Your Customers’ Language

Modern international trading practices are highlighting the growing importance of language training. Modern-day business really does transcend national barriers. Thanks to sophisticated IT and communications systems, businesses can now market their products on a truly global scale. The world is indisputably becoming a smaller place, as service and manufacturing companies search the international marketplace for new suppliers and clients. Businesses must, however, be aware that once they expand the area in which they operate, they face increased competition. The standard and quality of their goods become increasingly important in keeping up with competitors. But most of all, it is the service element accompanying the goods which is crucial to a company’s success in a particular market. This new philosophy has led to many companies, some of which have even offered products of a lesser quality, gaining success overseas.

Although globalization may, in some senses, have brought national economies closer together, societies around the world still have radically different expectations, processes and standards. These are not a function of economic change, but are more deep-rooted and difficult to alter. They can be a major problem for businesses expanding abroad, with the greatest obstacle of all being the language barrier. If you have to deal with clients, suppliers and distributors in a range of countries, you will not only need the skills to communicate with them, you will also need to reconcile any national biases you have with the diverse ways of doing business that exist around the globe.

The value of effective communication is not to be underestimated. New technology such as video conferencing and e-mail has played a part in making the communication process easier, and it may also be possible that the introduction of language interpretation software will help with some global communications problems. But, of course, it is the human element of the communication process that is so vital in business, especially in negotiations, presentations and team-building. It is essential for managers to meet regularly with staff, customers and partners, so that issues can be discussed, messages communicated and feedback obtained.

The value of well-organized language training is immense, and can bring benefits to all levels and departments within a multinational organization. Unfortunately, however, many organizations have a very narrow view when it comes to training of any kind. Often, an urgent requirement has to be identified before training is authorized. Then, a training company is employed or a programme is developed in-house, the team is trained, and that is seen as the end of the matter. However, the fact remains that training programmes are effective only if they are relevant to a company’s broader, long-term needs. They should be regarded as an investment rather than a cost.

Changes in expectations and attitudes are certain to continue for companies that trade globally. Although such companies are not yet faced with their international partners and clients demanding that business be conducted in their mother tongue, they realize that overseas competition is increasing fast. If these companies want to continue to achieve success on the international trading circuit, they must be prepared to adapt to situations and speak the local language. If not, someone else will.


96. According to the first paragraph, improved communications have enabled companies to _______________.

A. offer a wider variety of products and services

B. expand beyond their domestic markets

C. perform better than their international competitors

D. open more manufacturing facilities abroad


97. Some companies have succeeded at an international level even though they have _______________.

A. produced inferior goods

B. failed to adapt products for local markets

C. ignored the standards set by their competitors

D. reduced the standard of the service they offer


98. Approaches to doing business vary between countries because of _______________.

A. local economic considerations

B. the existence of cultural differences

C. strong wishes to remain independent

D. regulations about business practices


99. The writer thinks that the use of modern technology will _______________.

A. speed up the process of language interpretation

B. never replace the need for face-to-face interaction

C. help solve the problems involved in maintaining strong teams

D. not lead to greater communication between companies and clients


100. A common weakness of training courses is that they _______________.

A. are developed by the wrong team

B. do not give good value for money

C. are provided only if there is an immediate need

D. do not deal with a company’s specific requirements


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