Thursday, February 04, 2010

It's the economy (February 4, 2010)

Canada can prepare to sell in America, revealing the mystery men of the financial crisis and a new package for 57 varieties some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Financial system fix at G7 tested by competing national interests
Globe and Mail-- Europe's debt crisis threat to recovery
Globe and Mail-- Canadian companies poised to win exemption from Buy American
National Post-- Iqaluit G7 preview: debates about relevance, financial reform
National Post-- Buy American exemption reached
National Post-- Lost productivity could cost each Canadian $30,000: Carney
Vancouver Sun-- Tolko president Al Thorlakson steps down
New York Times-- Investors Fear Europe’s Woes May Extend Global Slump
New York Times-- Cuomo Sues Bank of America, Even as It Settles With S.E.C.
New York Times-- Mystery Men of the Financial Crisis
USA Today-- Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway no longer rated AAA
USA Today-- Heinz revamps ketchup packets
USA Today-- Stocks tumble on worries about jobs, European debt
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England halts quantitative easing
Guardian UK online-- British Gas cuts gas prices by 7%
Guardian UK online-- Markets fall on widening deficit fears and rising US unemployment
Times Online UK-- Shell to cut 1,000 jobs and close six refineries
Times Online UK-- Revived but on life-support
Telegraph UK online-- Toyota is the latest embarrassment for Japan
Telegraph UK online-- Fears of 'Lehman-style' tsunami as crisis hits Spain and Portugal
Telegraph UK online-- How long before the lights go out?
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Asciano signs big haulage deal
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Mixed retail and building results
Brisbane Times-- Relish a revival of abundance, beware snakes
Brisbane Times-- Hanging out with bad company
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- $17m on failed tender not a waste
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- 'Down Under' ripped off Kookaburra tune - Judge
People's Daily on line-- Soros: China seen as a motor of global economy
People's Daily on line-- China's first lottery hotel starts construction in Hainan
China Daily-- Faster economic adjustment 'brooks no delay': Hu
China Daily-- China-Africa economic co-op committee founded
Times of India-- Get set to pay more for petrol, diesel
Times of India-- No real gain from extended trade hrs

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