Sunday, December 13, 2009

It's the economy Weekend Edition (December 12 and 13)

Isolating Alberta, Failing to learn the lessons of the past and Greece tries to rebuild its image, some of the items of note for the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- Google to produce, sell own phone
Globe and Mail-- Globalive wades into wireless price battle
Globe and Mail-- Storm batters energy upstarts
National Post-- Ontario, Quebec say they won’t shoulder oil sands burden
National Post-- Calvin Ayre online gaming tycoon
Vancouver Sun-- China is more than just an economic superpower
Vancouver Sun-- Workers who send money home hurt most by Dubai debt crisis
New York Times-- Citigroup Nears Deal to Return Billions in Bailout Funds
New York Times-- Disaster and Denial
USA Today-- Can home market bounce back without more help?
USA Today-- GM delays European restructuring plan until January
Guardian UK online-- Greece fights to regain international confidence
Guardian UK online-- Fears rise over bond debt of Dubai World's property arm
Times Online UK-- Factories bear the brunt of stubbornly resistant rise in the price of oil
Times Online UK-- Osborne says he has the solution to Britain’s £178bn problem
Telegraph UK online-- Greece defies Europe as EMU crisis turns deadly serious
Telegraph UK online-- Alistair Darling's banking bonus tax is pushing City to 'tipping point'
Telegraph UK online-- Labour's dishonesty is leading us down the road to sovereign default
Brisbane Times-- Five geothermal sites net $35m
Brisbane Times-- Financial crisis takes its toll on our top brands
Brisbane Times-- Receivers play Scrooge to Santa Costa
Sydney Daily Telegraph -- Australians dreaming of a white goods Xmas
People's Daily on line-- China's income distribution 'highly unbalanced': expert
People's Daily on line-- China's inflation perception control should be more forward looking: report
China Daily-- China creates 9.4m new jobs in urban areas in Jan-Oct
China Daily-- China says already reached 2009 new job target
The Times of India-- Manufacturing grows at 11%
The Times of India-- 'Industrial growth below expectation'

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