Thursday, December 10, 2009

It's the economy (December 10)

Danny Williams moves on from Abitibi, Lots of red ink to go with our pulp and paper, and the dastardly and the disdained - the banker, some of the items of note for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Danny Williams drops Abitibi action
Globe and Mail-- Husky buying 98 Ontario gas stations
Globe and Mail-- B.C. firm wins rights to ‘greenest mine in America'
National Post-- Rising debt threatens market stability: Bank of Canada
National Post-- Greek woes show euro's flaws
National Post-- Banks, bonuses, risky lending and shocks
Vancouver Sun-- Canada’s paper producers to lose $1 billion this year
Vancouver Sun-- Canada needs to forge stronger trade links with China, Emerson says
New York Times-- Did Nafta Actually Help Mexico?
New York Times-- Banker Ethics
USA Today-- General Motors' executive suite sees mass turnover
USA Today-- Gatorade only beginning of sponsor changes for Woods
Guardian UK online-- Bond prices fall on fears UK is next for credit rating cut
Guardian UK online-- Public sector workers: Facing up to famine
Times Online UK-- Oh no, Darling! You've failed
Times Online UK-- Armed Forces face cutbacks amid threat to jobs at MoD
Telegraph UK online-- The Treasury won't tell us the true cost of this debt disaster
Telegraph UK online-- House prices 'to fall by 10pc in 2010'
Telegraph UK online-- 'Severe cuts' in public services revealed
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Jobs still to be lost, warns Gillard
Melbourne Herald Sun-- RBA claws back foreign exchange reserves
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Crowing on Ravensthorpe
Brisbane Times-- Lachlan Murdoch closes in on Hollywood Reporter
Brisbane Times-- Unemployment in surprise drop
Brisbane Times-- Financial zombies threaten to mar 2010
Sydney Morning Herald-- How the top banana slipped
Sydney Morning Herald-- Joyce urges breaking up the big banks
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- So no one will lose their home, Westpac boss Gai Kelly? Tell Judith Hobday
People's Daily on line-- China imposes tougher home sale tax to control bubble
People's Daily on line-- China to raise earnings of middle-and-low income groups: official
China Daily-- China's welfare lottery sales exceed 70b yuan
China Daily-- Judicial guarantee urged for economic development
The Times of India-- Parliamentary panel asks Govt to help end Ambani gas dispute
The Times of India-- 'Food prices may spur inflation'

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