Thursday, November 26, 2009

It's the economy (November 26, 2009)

The debtors of Dubai, ,Turkey Day becomes shopping Day in the US, forget the flu shot in China they're getting flu insurance, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Dubai struggles to ease default fears
Globe and Mail-- Cheap money sparks bubble warnings
Globe and Mail-- Bombardier cuts jobs as orders drop
National Post-- Concern focused on Dubai World
National Post-- Consumers, accountants split on economy
National Post-- New tour company could transform Jazz
New York Times-- Dubai Debt Delays Revive Fear Of Financial Crisis
USA Today-- To get a jump on Black Friday, stores open on Thanksgiving
Guardian UK online-- Fears of double-dip recession grow as Dubai crashes
Guardian UK online-- Campaigners blast Walker report on banks
Times Online UK-- Japanese Prime Minister warns of double-dip slump
Times Online UK-- Anguish over the recession that refuses to let go
Telegraph UK online-- Dubai default fears rock markets
Telegraph UK online-- China, gold, and the civilization shift
Telegraph UK online-- Brown risks US wrath by pushing global financial tax
Melbourne Herald Sun-- How to drag money out of dumb people
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Frugal shoppers a concern for Woolworths
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Saab at point of no return
Brisbane Times-- Dubai Government to seek repayment extension
Brisbane Times-- Banking regulatory body tightens screws
Brisbane Times-- Clouds get blacker for manufacturers
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Business spending down in quarter
People's Daily on line-- Poor irrigation may cost 18 billion yuan by 2030
People's Daily on line-- Senior Chinese official urges for proper use of stimulus funds
China Daily-- China tells enterprises to be prepared for upcoming FTA
China Daily-- Young white-collar Chinese take out insurance against flu
The Times of India-- Food inflation rises to 15.58%
The Times of India-- India, Bangladesh to ink power exchange deal

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