Tuesday, January 12, 2010

It's the economy (January 12, 2009)

Canada's sealing industry turns to China, Tiger loses his free ride and all eyes on Japan's debt , some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Canadian dollar, commodities currencies, hit by China bank move
Globe and Mail-- Suncor to reassess Fort Hills mine
Globe and Mail-- Iceland tries to avoid referendum, settle with Britain, Netherlands
National Post-- Chrysler to drop discounts and focus on brand
National Post-- Canada pushes seal products in China
National Post-- China surprises with early bank reserve increase
Vancouver Sun-- New 'bubbles' in global economy could burst: noted economist
New York Times-- European Central Bank's Tough Balancing Act
New York Times-- More Bad Job Market News
New York Times-- Conan O’Brien Says He Won’t Host ‘Tonight Show’ Following Leno
USA Today-- Job openings drop as hiring remains elusive
USA Today-- Censorship, cyberattacks may spur Google to exit China
USA Today-- GM: Tiger Woods doesn't get to drive free Cadillacs anymore
Guardian UK online-- Even my parents think I'm overpaid, admits RBS chief executive
Guardian UK online-- General Motors: if Saab bidders are not sound, we won't sell
Guardian UK online-- Fall in UK trade gap fuels recovery hopes
Times Online UK-- Chinese car companies are catching up fast
Times Online UK-- Into a new age of pensions
Times Online UK-- Heineken’s deal to savour
Telegraph UK online-- A global fiasco is brewing in Japan
Telegraph UK online-- Britain puts off its gas crisis – for now
Telegraph UK online-- China heightens bubble fears as it tightens monetary policy
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Chinese want CSR sugar
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Last-ditch bid to keep JAL flying
Brisbane Times-- China's growth on steroids can't last
Brisbane Times-- If we can save the banks, we can save the planet
Brisbane Times-- Customs rolled over penalties
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- New housing finance fell in November, ABS says
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- US banks brace for bonus backlash
People's Daily on line-- China expects moderate growth in export of mechanical, electrical products
People's Daily on line-- Chinese economy risks overheating: study
China Daily-- Tesco opens landmark development
China Daily-- China's economic growth to hit 9% this year: Deutsche Bank
China Daily-- China, Saudi Arabia to boost trade
Times of India-- Consumer durable makers pin hope on better 2010
Times of India-- Now, CEOs will also take oath
Times of India-- Airtel announces acquisition of Warid Telecom for $300 mn

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