Saturday, February 20, 2010

It's the economy (Friday, February 19, 2010)

California's health care in a death spiral, Boeing workers come back to earth with layoff notices,and Greece cuts loose its debt manager, some of the items for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- Ottawa defies call for bank tax
Globe and Mail-- Shaw wins court fight for CanWest assets
Globe and Mail-- Group strikes potash deal
National Post-- Is IMF gold headed to Chinese central bank coffers?
National Post-- Shaw bid for Canwest approved by judge
National Post-- Fallout from Greece's swap
New York Times-- Steelworkers Say Reactors Will Create Overseas Jobs
New York Times-- Once More, Health Care Cost Control
New York Times-- California Death Spiral
USA Today-- Banks in Calif., Ill., Fla., Texas are shut down
USA Today-- Boeing sends more than 1,000 layoff notices
Guardian UK online-- Brown insists recovery, not cuts, must be the priority
Guardian UK online-- Battle lines drawn between economists in advance of election
Guardian UK online-- We need jobs, not deficit cuts
Times online-- Greece changes chief debt manager as pressure grows
Times online-- Alistair Darling insists that public borrowing is at planned levels
Telegraph UK online-- War of the economists is not what it seems
Telegraph UK online-- Debt-addicted Britain cannot afford to delay cutting the deficit
Telegraph UK online-- Britain's 'dangerous' deficit is dividing the business community
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Time to unlock docks
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Fortescue Metals Group profit plunges
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- RBA boss flags interest rate rises
People's Daily-- Hainan hotel offers tent camping to cope with travel boom
Times of India-- Food inflation inches close to 18%
Times of India-- Indian cos to invest $1bn in Myanmar pipeline

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