Monday, November 23, 2009

It's the economy (November 23, 2009)

The auto industry turnaround may be derailed in 2010, the wrong people are taking note of improved border access, and music sales are on the rise in Sweden in wake of anti piracy laws, some of the items of note for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Gloomy forecast for U.S. auto sales in 2010
Globe and Mail-- Why Niall Ferguson is still bearish
Globe and Mail-- Union accuses CN of halting talks
National Post-- Manulife buys stake in Chinese fund manager
National Post-- "Is it too late to buy gold? It’s no longer cheap," Peter Grandich says
National Post-- Are we ignoring the lessons the crisis taught us?
New York Times-- China Seeks to Slow Down Rapid Growth of Lending
New York Times-- G.M. Seeks Assistance From Europe for Opel
New York Times-- The Phantom Menace
USA Today-- Mexican drug smugglers hitch onto truckers' border access
USA Today-- Emerging markets try to manage flood of foreign capital
Guardian UK online-- Sweden sees music sales soar after crackdown on filesharing
Guardian UK online-- We must seal the deal on world trade
Times Online UK-- Don't choke economic recovery, warns Brown
Times Online UK-- IMF says global economy is 'highly vulnerable'
Telegraph UK online-- Britain has run out of money, the CBI is told
Telegraph UK online-- Bail-outs would imperil democracy, warns IMF
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Strong dollar hits agribusiness
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Hardie's expects to give to asbestos fund depending on profit, exchange rates
Brisbane Times-- Airline to boost spending on planes
Brisbane Times-- Economists line up to blast Queensland privatisation
Brisbane Times-- Baosteel chief: full confidence in China
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- News Corp, Microsoft plan to bar Google
People's Daily on line-- China asks banks to avoid big fluctuations in lending
People's Daily on line-- China's natural gas shortage relieved, top economic planner
China Daily-- Economists warn of possible new flood of speculative capital
China Daily-- China wind power group seeks $2.2b in HK IPO
The Times of India-- Govt to consider lowering import duty on hybrid vehicles
The Times of India-- Credit outlook for Indian banks dim, says Moody's

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