Tuesday, October 13, 2009

It's the economy (October 13, 2009)

Canada, China's gas station?, The tumbling US dollar causes Canadian concern, Deflation is the worry in England, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Why the U.S. dollar's decline means a rise in global fortunes
Globe and Mail-- China's oil thirst spurs race to meet demand
Globe and Mail-- A pipeline so big it'll move the markets
National Post-- Strength of Canada's dollar concerns Harper
National Post-- Sliding U.S. dollar continues to shock
National Post-- Canada could cash in on climate change battle
New York Times-- Still on the Job, but Making Only Half as Much
New York Times-- In Recession, China Solidifies Its Lead in Global Trade
New York Times-- U.A.W. and Ford Reach Tentative Deal
Times online UK-- Rising stock market’s moment of truth is at hand
Guardian online UK-- UK economy may still be in recession, British Chambers of Commerce warn
Guardian online UK-- Lord Myners will press banks expecting bumper profits to curb top pay
Telegraph UK online-- Benefits could be frozen after September deflation statistics
Telegraph UK online-- It's teachers and taxes that businesses are rightly worried about
Telegraph UK online-- Deflation, not inflation would be the bigger threat if the Conservatives do what they say
Telegraph UK online-- Magna forced to scrap UK Vauxhall job cuts
Victoria Herald Sun-- Black hole deception
Brisbane Times-- How the puny Pacific Peso became a pumped-up dollar
Brisbane Times-- A big swing and a miss in Coalition pledge to axe spending
People's Daily on line-- 18 new key projects kick starts development of western region
People's Daily on line-- Domestic spending to hit 12t yuan
The Times of India-- Inflation may rise to 6% by fiscal-end: D&B
The Times of India-- India to get $4.2bn World Bank loan

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