Monday, February 15, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, February 15, 2010)

The Saudi's prepare for oil's peak, India worries about China's maritime intentions and the Greeks receive their marching orders, some of the items for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Voter backlash could threaten Greek rescue plan
Globe and Mail-- Solve the debt dilemma before Iceland votes
Globe and Mail-- Saudi Arabia preparing for oil demand to peak
National Post-- GE energy finance unit may expand B.C. wind farm
National Post-- Canadian, Australian dollars rise on China growth outlook
National Post-- Shaw, Canwest move to appease Goldman
Vancouver Sun-- Vancity credit union increases profits in 2009
New York Times-- Ikea Fires 2 Officials in Russia Bribe Case
New York Times-- India Worries as China Builds Ports in South Asia
New York Times-- Greece Pressed to Take Action on Economic Woes
USA Today-- Use of temps to fill jobs may no longer signal permanent hiring
USA Today-- Japan hangs on as No. 2 world economy, but trouble looms
Guardian UK online-- Greece and Brussels clash over debt crisis
Guardian UK online-- Japan shrugs off Chinese challenge to remain world's second-largest economy
Guardian UK online-- Greece's crisis is not about the euro, but Europe
Times online-- Japan quashes optimism despite GDP rise
Times online-- Greece refuses EU austerity measures demand
Telegraph UK online-- Did Goldman Sachs help Britain hide its debts too?
Telegraph UK online-- Britain and the PIGS
Telegraph UK online-- EU orders Greece to cut deeper
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Lift your game, OECD tells us
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Japan economy shrivels in 2009
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Online ad market to top $2 billion
People's Daily-- Cross-Strait scholars, businessmen hails Hu's visit to Taiwan-funded businesses
People's Daily-- China's natural gas output rises in 2009, still short of demand
China Daily-- Six out of 10 expect income rise: survey
Times of India-- Some rollback of stimulus likely
Times of India-- Zain accepts Bharti offer

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