Friday, March 26, 2010

it's the economy (Friday, March 26, 2010)

China tops Germany as an export leader, It's that 70's show for England and Canadian Teachers buy into a British Lottery,  some of the items of interest for Friday.

Globe and Mail-- AT&T takes $1-billion health care hit
Globe and Mail-- GM to recall, hire new workers
Globe and Mail-- Nickelled and damned
National Post-- Anti-competitive complaint 'simply false', realtors say
National Post-- IMF in the dark on role in Greece
National Post-- Saskatchewan eyes harmonized sales tax
Vancouver Sun-- $450-million casino and hotel project to be built beside BC Place
New York Times-- Under Pressure on Foreclosures, White House Pledges Aid
New York Times-- Europeans Vow Effort to Bring Economies Closer
New York Times-- Going to Extreme
USA Today-- AT&T will take $1B non-cash charge due to health care
USA Today-- State jobless rates stabilize as layoffs slow
Guardian UK online-- Alistair Darling: we will cut deeper than Margaret Thatcher
Guardian UK online-- Amazon's move into Canada sparks cultural war with booksellers
Guardian UK online-- British Airways chief: I was not trying to break Unite union
Times online UK-- China overtakes Germany as world's top exporter
Times online UK-- Euro bounces back on Greece bailout plan
Telegraph UK online-- Politically, socially and economically, we are heading back to the 1970s
Telegraph UK online-- Why G20 talk of global reform doesn't cut it with legislators
Telegraph UK online-- National Lottery operator Camelot sold to Canadian teachers' pension fund
Irish Independent-- Economy shrinks to same levels as 2003 after record slump
Irish Times-- External trade surplus rises 34%
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Irish economy shrinks by dismal 7.1 per cent
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Beware bubble trouble: RBA
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Watchdog lays out issues for BHP-Rio on controversial iron ore tie-up
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Short work-week 'creating working poor'
People's Daily-- Governor: Stimulus to continue until recovery realized
People's Daily-- Chinese, U.S. officials vow to promote healthy bilateral economic, trade ties
China Daily-- Drought causes severe forest losses in China
China Daily-- PetroChina spends $1.4b in parent finance unit
Times of India-- Zain is largest Indian acquisition in Africa
Times of India-- Rupee ends at more than 18-month high at 45.23/24 vs dlr

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