Saturday, October 31, 2009

It's the economy (October 31, 2009)

CAW kills a plant to save a plant, concerns over a potential air strike at British Airways, pop up stores pop up in the economy, some of the items of note for Saturday.

Globe and Mail-- CAW agrees to cuts as Ford closes plant
Globe and Mail-- Easy credit, soaring prices raise new housing fears
Globe and Mail-- Size does matter ... for funds
USA Today-- Pop-up stores help fill mall space during economic slump
USA Today-- Toy salesman gets 3 months in jail in UBS tax probe
Telegraph UK online-- Utility companies compete for £100bn wind farm prize
Telegraph UK online-- Paul Deighton and David Higgins: two men with 1,000 days left to deliver the London Olympics
Telegraph UK online-- BA faces record losses as winter strikes loom
Telegraph UK online-- High street banks to be broken up
Brisbane Times-- Austrade named in bank bribe scandal
Brisbane Times-- Christmas tills ready to jingle
Victoria Herald Sun-- BHP's big deal appetite
Victoria Herald Sun-- Group pays effective rate of 6.7%
Sydney Morning Herald-- Newspaper veteran spots niche for a new buy-and-sell
People's Daily on line-- Macao's trade deficit widens by 3.9% in first 9 months
People's Daily on line-- Fall in China's 2009 foreign trade to be lower than 20%: ministry
The Times of India-- Prospecting licence for diamond mining to RIL subsidiary
The Times of India-- ATF fuel prices hiked by Rs 3,400

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