Saturday, November 14, 2009

It's the economy (November 14, 2009)

China gains more clout on economic matters, another Bubble for England, and just what does Appple have planned for its new advertising technology? Some of the items of note for Saturday.

Globe and Mail-- Rising clout gives China new muscle at ‘G2' talks with U.S.
Globe and Mail-- Of APEC summits and the elephant not in the room
National Post-- Harper, other world leaders press U.S. at APEC summit
National Post-- Young Canadian trade advocates meet with PM
Vancouver Sun-- 'Ponzipalooza' has hit North America, financial regulators say
New York Times-- 10 Years Later, a Much Less Expensive Dow 10,000
New York Times-- High Costs Weigh on Troop Debate for Afghan War
New York Times-- Apple Wouldn’t Risk Its Cool Over a Gimmick, Would It?
Guardian UK online-- Bubble trouble: have prices already risen too much, too soon?
Guardian UK online-- Rail upgrades facing £750m cuts in bid to slash public spending
Times Online UK-- France and Germany lead way as eurozone returns to growth
Telegraph UK online-- Financial crisis is a chance for banks to make a fresh start
Telegraph UK online-- China quashes talk of letting yuan strengthen
Telegraph UK online-- UK commercial property market makes comeback
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Sydney dentist Daina Silins leaves $3 million to stray cats
Brisbane Times-- Strong economy prompts globals to sell up and run
Brisbane Times-- Too late for a soft sell?
Sydney Morning Herald-- Westpac chief's earnings top $10m
Sydney Telegraph-- PM arrives in Singapore for APEC summit
People's Daily on line-- China allocates $73 bln central investment for economic stimulus plan
People's Daily on line-- China starts pilot project to finance enterprises with IPR as collateral
The Times of India-- Sharp recovery in gold prices on higher global cues
The Times of India-- India economy to grow 6-7% in FY10: Pranab

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