Money to burn in North Korea, BC is China's new forest and Television gets a shake up in the USA, some of the items of note for Friday.
Globe and Mail-- Stimulus means business: Companies are finally hiring again
Globe and Mail-- GM shakes up senior management
Globe and Mail-- North Koreans burn bills
National Post-- How long before the hawks begin to circle?
National Post-- Dollar, jobs rebound takes shine off gold
National Post-- GM buys out Suzuki’s Cami share
Vancouver Sun-- China lumber sales approach 20 per cent of B.C. production
Vancouver Sun-- Olympics to help boost B.C. economic growth in 2010: forecast
New York Times-- Reform or Else
New York Times-- Jobs Report: Parsing the Details
USA Today-- Opel workers say they will help cut costs for GM
USA Today-- Could Comcast deal change TV as we know it?
Guardian UK online-- US job numbers boost recovery hopes
Guardian UK online-- VAT rise to 20% could 'choke' economic recovery and fuel inflation, say leading retailers
Times Online UK-- BHP and Rio on target to realise $100bn iron ore mining venture
Times Online UK-- Down the pan? Anxiety grows among Japanese luxury developers
Telegraph UK online-- Why can't we expect bankers to deliver a bonus Christmas present?
Telegraph UK online-- Credit Suisse predicts good 2010 for global equities
Telegraph UK online-- Steelmaker Corus to cut 1,700 more jobs
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Ford Australia expects little change in 2010 sales figures
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Listed property companies values shredded amid hefty falls in property values
Brisbane Times-- Strong dollar to hurt mining profits
Brisbane Times-- Small business braves the big squeeze
Sydney Morning Herald-- ANZ tops RBA rate rise too
Sydney Morning Herald-- Deadline nears for BHP-Rio joint venture
People's Daily on line-- Economic recovery underway in HK: IMF
People's Daily on line-- "Gold fever" once again sweeping across world
China Daily-- Sinopec, ExxonMobil ink Papua New Guinea LNG deal
China Daily-- Canada welcomes ADS status granted by China
The Times of India-- Food inflation at 17.5%, households pay price
The Times of India-- Ratings of Dubai’s banks, entities cut