Tuesday, January 19, 2010

It's the economy (January 19, 2010)

Renovation dedication, the books close on Duthies of Vancouver and Japan Airlines heads for bankruptcy, some of the items of note for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Conoco, Total in huge oil sands expansion
Globe and Mail-- CITY-TV restructures operations
Globe and Mail-- Renovators fret over tax credit
National Post-- Bernanke seeks review of Fed's AIG bailout
National Post-- New Brunswick keeps control of power network
National Post-- RBC continues to bulk up in U.S.
Vancouver Sun-- BC Place close to deal on new roof financing
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver's Duthie Books to shut down after 52 years
New York Times-- Recovery Is Elusive for Citigroup
New York Times-- With Bankruptcy Filing, JAL Starts to Restructure
New York Times-- Profit Up 9% as I.B.M. Raises Its Forecast
USA Today-- 22 military supplier execs indicted in FBI sting on paying foreign bribes
USA Today-- Despite recession, bank robberies dropped in 2009
Guardian UK online-- Surge in inflation set to trouble Bank of England
Guardian UK online-- £2m a day cost of Cadbury deal – plus £12m for the boss
Guardian UK online-- Japan Airlines files for bankruptcy
Times Online UK-- Expect more deals as ‘boring’ Bunzl returns to takeover fray
Times Online UK-- Will a banker lead the Bank of England?
Telegraph UK online-- Oh dear. Inflation is back again
Telegraph UK online-- Families face years of pain, says Bank
Telegraph UK online-- Cadbury is a sweet victory for Rosenfeld but now she has to deliver
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Kingsgate eyes debt to fund growth
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Strong ore output tipped for BHP
Brisbane Times-- The fund sinking with the Swans
Brisbane Times-- Relaxed insolvency rules on the cards
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Possible inflation heats up Australian Reserve Bank interest rate rise
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Government to reverse High Court insolvency ruling
People's Daily on line-- Time to cage inflation tiger, say experts
People's Daily on line-- China becomes India's 2nd largest trade partner
China Daily-- Quality of China's agricultural produce improving: ministry
China Daily-- Tourists to be wooed by new green zone
China Daily-- China amends rules over domestic inventions for foreign patents
Times of India-- China accepts Indian demand for market access to pharma, promises larger imports
Times of India-- Dubai World debt up for sale, says report
Times of India-- Lateral hires getting good hikes

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