Monday, March 29, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, March 29, 2010)

Well you can't fire yourself, can you, Big Business isn't happy with Iggy's plans and a highly creative, highly illegal money making scheme, some of the items of interest for Monday.

Globe and Mail-- Britain once again 'sick man of Europe'
Globe and Mail-- Opportunity lies in emerging markets, Jenkins says
Globe and Mail-- Self-employment makes major upswing
National Post-- Canadian banking giants start to raise rates
National Post-- PetroChina plans US$60-billion expansion overseas
National Post-- Liberals' corporate tax freeze panned
New York Times-- Rothschilds Bring In an Outsider to Run the Show
New York Times-- Stiff Sentences Given in Rio Tinto Case
New York Times-- Greece Raises $6.7 Billion in Bond Sale
USA Today-- Consumer spending rises modestly; incomes flat
USA Today-- Airline passengers, revenue slid sharply in 2009
Guardian UK online-- UK's AAA credit rating in danger – S& P
Guardian UK online-- Falkland Islands drilling disappoints for Desire
Guardian UK online-- George Osborne's national insurance plans put recovery at risk, say experts
Times on line UK-- Civil servants and axed IT to pay for Tory tax cut
Times on line UK-- Analysis: Osborne hides surprise in figures
Telegraph UK online-- Ask the Chancellors verdict: Darling comes out ahead on points
Telegraph UK online-- Banks asked to fund rival from Post Office
Telegraph UK online-- Rio Tinto may face SFO inquiry on China bribes
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Moody's confident if disasters planned for
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Stevens warns against property craze
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Rachel Maree Cowen found guilty of $15m shares theft
People's Daily-- Spring exodus of employees, new survey shows 
People's Daily-- China's economy estimated to grow 12% in Q1 
China Daily-- Sichuan-Shanghai pipeline starts pumping gas 
China Daily-- Verdict for Rio trial handed down in Shanghai 
Times of India-- 'Tougher RBI policy will affect growth' 
Times of India-- Companies target young Indians to boost growth

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