Sunday, November 15, 2009

It's the economy (November 15, 2009)

Is China a risk rather than a solution to the world recession? In Australia, as elsewhere it's location, location, location and Chinese exporters see better times in 2010, some of the items of note for Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- Currency rift with China casts shadow on Obama's trade hopes
Globe and Mail-- Spirit of giving takes a bashing in Canada
Globe and Mail-- In India this week, Harper moves to reverse decades of distance
National Post-- GM may use bailout money to fix Opel
New York Times-- World Out of Balance
New York Times-- Money Trickles North as Mexicans Help Relatives
New York Times-- Stimulus and Exports Help Ease Japan’s Recession
USA Today-- More U.S. job hunters look for work in other nations
USA Today-- GM to begin repaying aid by year-end, AP source says
Guardian UK online-- Energy security body calls for 'urgent' review of impact of oil shortages
Times Online UK-- Savers denied the best rates
Telegraph UK online-- China has now become the biggest risk to the world economy
Telegraph UK online-- Inflationary Armageddon? Not yet, but come 2011 it's another story
Telegraph UK online-- UK faces major obstacles in bid to be a low-carbon leader
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Unassuming building the most expensive 100sqm property in Australia
Brisbane Times-- Policy doom as takeover boom looms
Brisbane Times-- Lots of wear and tear down at the waterfront
Brisbane Times-- Good talk saves the future
People's Daily on line-- China's industrial output expects to grow 10.5% for entire 2009: minister
People's Daily on line-- 70% Chinese entrepreneurs expect better export prospect next year
The Times of India-- Mahindra target to sell one lakh used cars by 2014
The Times of India-- Air India CMD trying to provoke pilots' strike: ICPA

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