Tuesday, March 02, 2010

It's the economy (March 2, 2010)

BC goes slow to leave the red, Britain looks a little Greek and Ireland's youth prepares to leave again some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Greece set to impose austerity measures
Globe and Mail-- Regina pinched by plunge of potash
Globe and Mail-- A go-slow budget to get B.C. 'back out of the red ink'
National Post-- Budget could end one-offs for corporate Canada
National Post-- Ford takes the North American sales crown
National Post-- BMO exposed to PIIGS countries
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. budget keeps tight lid on all spending except health and education
Vancouver Sun-- BC Hydro proposes 9.11-per-cent rate hike
New York Times-- Still With Obama, but Worried
New York Times-- Britain Grapples With Debt of Greek Proportions
New York Times-- G.M. to Triple Investment in European Turnaround
USA Today-- Experts: Chile's economy stable in earthquake's aftermath
USA Today-- Domino's says new recipes, frank ad campaign help double profit
Guardian UK online-- BP will boost profits, boss pledges
Guardian UK online-- The pound is weighed down
Guardian UK online-- The return of the Irish brain drain
Times online-- A recipe for the pounding of sterling
Times online-- Political worries keep pound under pressure
Telegraph UK online-- Sterling's slippery slope
Telegraph UK online-- UK's risky economy is the last place investors want to be – just ask Prudential
Telegraph UK online-- Ken Clarke: UK faces 'financial crisis' if Labour wins election
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Why we can dig in for another rise
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Coles on track ... for fourth
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Record Queensland rainfalls herald big growth spurt
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- World's high-tech fair aims to woo customers
People's Daily-- Urban-rural income gap widest since opening-up
People's Daily-- Economists say China may "adjust" monetary stimulus
China Daily-- Toyota chief says 'sorry' in damage-control visit
China Daily-- Imports set to soar on China-Peru FTA
Times of India-- Infra bonds not so tempting
Times of India-- Rupee gains 10 paise against dollar in early trade

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