Sunday, September 13, 2009

It's the economy (September 13, 2009)

Where we are one year after the collapse, China says don't tread on us and England sees some tarnish on gold... some of the financial items for a Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- Trade tensions stir recovery fears
Globe and Mail-- Oil sands under attack on environment
Globe and Mail-- ‘We still have the same disease'
National Post-- Natural Gas: Time To Buy?
New York Times-- U.S. Is Finding Its Role in Business Hard to Unwind
New York Times-- China Moves to Retaliate Against U.S. Tire Tariff
Telegraph online UK-- Gold investors warned to liquidate after 'buying frenzy'
Telegraph online UK-- Lehman's legacy must see taxpayers free of risk from bank crises
Guardian UK-- Cadbury attacks Kraft takeover offer
People's Daily on line-- U.S. tariffs on Chinese tires cast protectionism shadow over world economy
People's Daily on line-- Tests bring made-in-China regional jet closer to int'l market

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