Sunday, November 08, 2009

It's the economy (November 8, 2009)

GM set to retool Ontario car plant, in the USA small business is struggling with the recession,Sir Richard doesn't want to win the British lottery, he wants to own it, some of the items of note for Sunday.

Globe and Mail-- GM to spend $100-million on retooling Ontario plant
National Post-- IMF exploring insurance levy on banks
National Post-- Top environmental group downplays global warming threat
New York Times-- A Stratocaster for Max, and Other Mad Men Stories
New York Times-- The Medical Industry Grumbles, but It Stands to Gain
New York Times-- Refining the Twitter Explosion
USA Today-- Small businesses struggling as unemployment goes higher
Guardian UK online-- Alistair Darling backs Brown's Tobin tax despite cold shoulder from US
Guardian UK online-- Branson may yet win national lottery
Times Online UK-- Gordon Brown triggers row with call for bank supertax
Telegraph UK online-- Fragile recovery is more in the air than in the economy so far
Telegraph UK online-- For brave investors, Zimbabwe could be the ultimate turnaround story
Brisbane Times-- Auto sales show industry stabilising
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Gordon Brown says G20 should consider financial transactions tax
People's Daily on line-- China's export hub in recovery, uncertainties remain
People's Daily on line-- China suffers most from rising trade protectionism: MOC spokesman
The Times of India-- PM pushes for reforms, says will exit stimulus next year

No comments: