Globe and Mail-- EU grapples with containing spread of Greek crisis
Globe and Mail-- Boycott of oil sands fuel called ‘greenwashing'
Globe and Mail-- Why Obama has fallen from grace
National Post-- Dodge warns on Canadian housing market
National Post-- U.S. recovery running out of gas, trucker index suggests
National Post-- Mosaic guidance good for Potash Corp.
Vancouver Sun-- Worst of downturn 'behind us,' says Canfor chief
New York Times-- Germany, Forced to Buoy Greece, Rues Euro Shift
New York Times-- With Toyota in Trouble, Rivals Gain
USA Today-- Smaller banks at risk if commercial real estate falters
USA Today-- Snowstorms create some business winners: Hardware, liquor stores
Guardian UK online-- Franco-German bailout of Athens expected to avert euro collapse
Guardian UK online-- Ghost town threat as UK shops fall empty
Guardian UK online-- Bank of England keeps options open to pump more money into the economy
Times online-- Greek tragedy offers Berlin a chance to usher in true European reform
Times online-- Bank of England: UK recovery to be slower than expected
Telegraph UK online-- Inflation takes back seat in Bank of England's recovery drive
Telegraph UK online-- China orders retreat from risky assets
Telegraph UK online-- Markets fragile amid confusion over Greek rescue deal
Melbourne Herald Sun-- BHP Billiton's healthy profit better than expected
Melbourne Herald Sun-- German 'firewall' to protect Europe from Greek financial crisis
Brisbane Times-- EU bailout no solution to Greece's problems
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- BHP records first half net profit of $US6.1bn
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Shoppers less rosy after rate rises - Westpac consumer sentiment survey
People's Daily-- China issues rules on maritime wind energy projects with stress on environmental protection
People's Daily-- China's CPI to grow 3% in 2010: CCB report
China Daily online-- Rate of inflation 'still low'
China Daily online-- 'No mercy' for corrupt officials
Times of India-- Electronics sector rises 11%
Times of India-- 'IT industry set to grow at 5.5% in 2010'