Monday, January 18, 2010

It's the economy (January 18, 2010)

The G7 finance ministers get ready to sit around the fire, Deltaport opens up a third berth for containers and a questionable port of call for Royal Caribbean, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- New Chilean president cheers Canadian miners
Globe and Mail-- Canadians don’t expect to afford retirement dreams
Globe and Mail-- Flaherty to scrap G7 formalities, focus on frank discussion
National Post-- Bids for Canwest newspapers begin to take shape
National Post-- Why foreign investors can't get enough of our debt
National Post-- Status quo expected for interest rates
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. mines minister predicts industry resurgence in 2010 after rocky ’09
Vancouver Sun-- Deltaport container terminal opens third berth
New York Times-- Xbox Takes On Cable, Streaming TV Shows and Movies
New York Times-- Japan Airlines Set to File for Bankruptcy
New York Times-- What Didn’t Happen
USA Today-- Royal Caribbean cruise line brings tourists, supplies to Haiti port
USA Today-- Greek debt trouble weighs on finance ministers
Guardian UK online-- Northern Rock's £10m sponsorship of Newcastle United under fire
Guardian UK online-- E.ON chief: Preserve coal plants to keep lights on
Guardian UK online-- British Airways braced for March strike by cabin crew
Times Online UK-- Company collapses set to worsen in 2010
Times Online UK-- A Greek crisis may well become Germany’s problem
Telegraph UK online-- Kraft and Cadbury in £11.7bn deal talks
Telegraph UK online-- Recession 'has widened gap between best and worst cities'
Telegraph UK online-- UK 'to grow faster' than other major economies
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Exports growing across the nation
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Maybe only divine intervention can save JAL
Brisbane Times-- Inflation creeps up to nine-month high
Brisbane Times-- Sluggish car sales seen as tax break ends
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Slight rise in inflation, survey shows
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Toyota to double global hybrid output
People's Daily on line-- Top Chinese legislator stresses transformation of mode of economic development
People's Daily on line-- China to tackle climate change challenges to agriculture
China Daily-- Economic confidence reaches record high
China Daily-- Taiwan leader hopes to sign economic pact with mainland in 2010
China Daily-- 1st phase of oil reserve project completed
Times of India-- Govt in favour of 'affirmative action' in pvt sector
Times of India-- 'It's complex to suck liquidity, ensure credit'
Times of India-- Rio Tinto, Massey ready to partner CIL

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