Wednesday, January 13, 2010

It's the economy (January 13, 2009)

Kitimat's hopes get a boost, Foreign ownership offers up some troubles and they're sorry, so sorry, some of the items of note for Wednesday.

Globe and Mail-- Commission puts U.S. banks under the spotlight
Globe and Mail-- Canadian businesses with ties to Haiti assess damage
Globe and Mail-- Apache acquires control of Kitimat LNG
National Post-- The provinces will pay
National Post-- Detroit's hottest debuts
National Post-- Google exit from China could change face of Internet
Vancouver Sun--Kitimat gas plant project gets major boost with Apache Corp. deal
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. power line plans have Alaskans buzzing
New York Times-- Wall St. Ethos Under Scrutiny at Hearing
New York Times-- Some in Canada Say Strike Shows Risk of Foreign Control
New York Times-- Few Burns for Four Bankers on the Hot Seat
USA Today-- Bank executives say sorry for bad choices
USA Today-- Foreclosures jump in December after months of declines
USA Today-- Chrysler, Ford among automakers hiring again
Guardian UK online-- Wall Street's leading bankers admit: we made mistakes
Guardian UK online-- Russia comes to the rescue as Norwegian gas supplies to Britain falter
Guardian UK online-- BHP Billiton: the mammoth miner that struck it rich
Times Online UK-- China on thin ice in controlling credit
Times Online UK-- Britain's recession the steepest for 88 years
Times Online UK-- Brace yourselves for a bursting Chinese bubble
Telegraph UK online-- UK 'depression' ended in 2009, says economic think tank NIESR
Telegraph UK online-- Unpronounceable Google bids a weary farewell to China
Telegraph UK online-- The New World Disorder
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Iceland seeks talks with UK, Netherlands on Icesave
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Re-payment pressure on Bluescope
Brisbane Times-- In property we can again place our trust
Brisbane Times-- Debt won't 'roon' us
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- 'Lift in borrowing boosts eggs on chance of rate rise', says economist
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Google may quit China over filtering, cyberattacks
People's Daily on line-- Chinese vice premier stresses positive fiscal policies
People's Daily on line-- China raises reserve ratio to curb bubbles
China Daily-- Shanghai Expo Forum (Macao) to be held
China Daily-- China's civil aviation sector turns loss into profit in '09
China Daily-- China names another 20 innovation bases to boost foreign trade
Times of India-- Maruti to hike prices soon
Times of India-- High food inflation worries Centre
Times of India-- Demand revival pushing growth

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