Saturday, October 24, 2009

It's the economy (October 24, 2009)

Cooperation is the Chinese theme at Asian summit, mixed messages from a postal strike and in Atlantic City the house doesn't always win it seems, some of the items of note for Saturday.

Globe and Mail-- Potash buyers' wallets closed
Globe and Mail-- Fed cranks up heat on executive pay
National Post-- Canada vs. U.S. -- The New Realty
New York Times-- Can Atlantic City Raise the Stakes?
New York Times-- Small Business Faces Sharp Rise in Costs of Health Care
Times online UK-- No end in sight for post strikes as second union vies for talks
Guardian online UK-- Royal Mail and union agree to fresh talks
Telegraph UK online-- UK households 'lost 13pc of wealth in one year'
Telegraph UK online-- Gold gives a precious insight into economy
Telegrpah UK online-- The headlong rush into the red exposes the City's yellow streak
The Scotsman-- UK 'last to get out of global slump'
Irish Times-- Doughty Hanson takes writedown of €54m on investment in TV3
Victoria Herald Sun-- Felix Resources takeover given nod
Victoria Herald Sun-- Million-dollar question
Brisbane Times-- North Korea, economy feature at Asian summit
Brisbane Times-- Cutting Jim down to size
Sydney Morning Herald-- Our saving habits are saving our reputation
Sydney Morning Herald-- Foreign Minister aims to defuse China crisis
People's Daily on line-- Chinese, ASEAN leaders meet to boost regional cooperation
People's Daily on line-- 12th ASEAN-China Summit to focus on "connectivity"
The Times of India-- China assures India to correct trade imbalance
The Times of India-- Maruti Suzuki reports 92% rise in profit

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