Seeking the Canadian banking standard, looking to prevent future meltdowns and warming up the printing presses just in case, some of the weekend's offerings.
Globe and Mail-- A historic step toward a new world balance
Globe and Mail-- New rules to bring banks to Canadian standard
Globe and Mail-- China flies under the radar – and walks away a winner
National Post-- Canada scores 'solid win,' experts
National Post-- Here comes the HST
National Post-- G20 to halve deficits by 2013, stabilize debt levels
New York Times-- At Summit, Banks Avoid New Global Regulations
New York Times-- BP Loses Trading-Floor Swagger in Energy Markets
New York Times-- Labor’s New Critics: Old Allies in Elected Office
USA Today-- G-20 aims to slash their deficits
USA Today-- Will new financial regulations prevent future meltdowns?
Guardian UK online-- Debt-stricken Greece banks on tourism
Guardian UK online-- Coalition plans new lending targets for bailed-out banks
Guardian UK online-- Eiris review names Britain as 'dirty man of Europe'
The Independent-- BP must not be destroyed, says Cameron as shares hit 14-year low
The Independent-- World Cup City Diary: Cursed: The high price of corporate sponsorship
Telegraph UK online-- RBS tells clients to prepare for "monster" money printing by the Federal Reserve
Telegraph UK online-- Two cheers for George, but can he get the execution right?
Telegraph UK online-- Obama and Cameron agree BP must not collapse
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Wayne Swan wants mining tax resolved promptly
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Signs of G20 rift as US warns European leaders of double-dip recession
China Daily-- Official: Currency reform 'our own affair
China Daily-- Hu urges 'spirit of unity' for global recovery
Times of India-- Fuel price hike to hit cos' margins
Times of India-- India Inc set to seize bigger prospects in China