Wednesday, October 28, 2009

It's the economy (October 28, 2009)

Kitimat faces the future without a pulp mill, Undercutting the undertaker and, UK Posties prepare for a long haul, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- West Fraser to close Kitimat paper mill
Globe and Mail-- China runs risks with yuan policy: Carney
Globe and Mail-- Hydro-Qu├ębec to acquire N.B. Power
National Post-- Market watchers see more pain to come
National Post-- Canadian Oil Sands seen keen for Syncrude stake
National Post-- Flaherty fiddles with pensions
USA Today-- Some suggest a short lived bounce for the US economy
USA Today-- Wal-Mart starts selling caskets, urns online
Guardian online UK-- Royal Mail and CWU blame each other for impasse as postal talks collapse
Guardian online UK-- Tesco rules out Northern Rock takeover
Times on line-- The oilman who went back to nuts and bolts
Times on line-- Three cheers for the death of old economics
Telegraph UK online-- Britain faces gas shortage in six years due to Russia
Telegraph UK online-- Where Gordon Brown feared to tread, Kroes is ready to trample
Telegrpah UK online-- Postal strikes to go ahead as union workers raise funds for long haul
Brisbane Times-- Surge in tax refunds for crisis year
Brisbane Times-- Rio and Chinalco look to heal rift in Mongolia
Victoria Herald Sun-- Bad debts savage NAB profit
Victoria Herald Sun-- Underlying inflation 3.5 per cent
People's Daily on line-- Unit GDP energy consumption in China drops 13 %
People's Daily on line-- U.S. sets preliminary duties on China steel products
The Times of India-- Core sector growth slips to 4% in Sept
The Times of India-- No. of directorships for individuals to be capped

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