Sunday, October 11, 2009

It's the economy (October 11, 2009)

China looks for more investment, the bank rate in the UK isn't going anywhere, anytime soon, and Australia continues to soar, some of the items of note for Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- S&P: Dubai support fund insufficient to meet debts
Globe and Mail-- China raises limit on foreign investment in stocks
National Post-- Mentoring: The Forgotten Strategy in a Competitive Recessionary World
Vancouver Province-- Australia still hopping
New York Times-- A Bounce? Indeed. A Boom? Not Yet.
New York Times-- To Do More With Less, Governments Go Digital
Times online UK-- Bank rate to ‘stay frozen’ for 5 years
Times online UK-- Spot a chance for a revolution in journalism?
Times online UK-- On top of the World
Guardian online UK-- £3bn mistake in George Osborne's budget plan revealed
Guardian online UK-- Unemployment among 16 to 24 age group heads above one million barrier Victoria Herald Sun-- Cash injection
Vicatoria Herald Sun-- AGM season triggers target practice
Brisbane Times-- Companies face $6b black hole
Brisbane Times-- Banking regulation can work - we are the proof
People's Daily on line-- China, Japan and ROK businessmen urged to jointly cope with financial crisis
People's Daily on line-- China's Ministry of Commerce: no application for Hummer deal received
The Times of India-- Worst is over: PM on inflation
The Times of India-- China praises India's decision to end trade probe after US moves to slap duty on Chinese exports

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