Wednesday, September 23, 2009

It's the economy (September 23, 2009)

Will a Canadian icon return to Canadian hands?, China's coal industry isn't all that effective and Gordon Brown wants us all to pull together, some of the items of note for a Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Hudson's Bay may go public again
Globe and Mail-- Strong dollar threatens growth: BoC
Globe and Mail-- BMO to incorporate in China
National Post-- Fed says recovery underway, but slows withdrawal
National Post-- Canada's message to G20: stay the course
National Post-- Ford asks CAW employees to back funding relief plan
New York Times-- All Together Now
New York Times-- G.M. to Call Back 2,400 Factory Workers
Times online UK-- Fed holds rates and says economy is recovering
Times online UK-- Independent closes in on €200 million debt deal
Times online UK-- King keeps door open to 'money printing' scheme
Times online UK-- China's coal-fired power stations 'among the least efficient in the world'
Telegraph online UK-- Bank calls 'crisis' meeting for experts
Telegraph online UK-- We are entering a new age of protectionism
Telegraph online UK-- Germany declares economic war
Guardian UK-- Too many UK firms in foreign hands, says Myners
Guardian UK-- Rising market prompts dash for cash
The Scotsman-- King tipped for major role on pan-European watchdog
The Scotsman-- End of recession in sight but future 'fragile'
Sydney Morning Herald-- Property tycoon tops young rich list
Sydney Morning Herald-- Defence blocks Chinese bid
Sydney Morning Herald-- New Zealand emerges from recession
People's Daily on line-- New policy to shore up SMEs
People's Daily on line-- Brilliant feats obtained through arduous exploration
The Times of India-- Gold edges higher as dollar falls
The Times of India-- Climate Change: India can learn lessons from China, says Jairam Ramesh

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