Thursday, March 25, 2010

It's the economy (Thursday, March 25, 2010)

Canada worries about potential China USA trade fight, bargain shopping not NASA's thing and the Chinese and Russians get closer, some of the items of interest for Thursday.

Globe and Mail-- Facing years of deficits, Ontario freezes wages
Globe and Mail-- Germany, France urge adoption of bailout
Globe and Mail-- Greece: Why it's so hard to find an optimist in Athens
National Post-- Trade spat between U.S and China bad for Canada
National Post-- Ontario pushes balanced budget goal back two years
National Post-- Greece: euro zone countries agree aid plan
Vancouver Sun-- Vancouver Island's Bear Mountain partnership placed under creditor protection today
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. film, television production spending on the rise
New York Times-- China Officials Wrestle Publicly Over Currency
New York Times-- Germany and France Said to Agree on Plan for Greece
New York Times--New Funding Proposed to Restructure Dubai World
USA Today-- Warren Buffett sees strong rail system as key to U.S. growth
USA Today-- NASA pays sky-high $66 a person for seminar snacks
Guardian UK online-- Angela Merkel agrees on Greece rescue package
Guardian UK online-- Budget 2010: Darling's message – keep calm and carry on
Guardian UK online-- Lebedev buys Independent newspapers
Times online UK-- Darling attacked for silence over 'stealth tax' in Budget speech
Times online UK-- Dubai World lands $9.5 billion state bailout
Telegraph UK-- Is a Labour victory now more likely? Investors seem to think so
Telegraph UK-- Budget 2010: Labour is stealing from our children's future to buy votes
Telegraph UK-- The end of a 'China price' for iron ore is nigh
Telegraph UK-- Europe agrees IMF-EU rescue for Greece
Melbourne Herald Sun-- BG Group signs multi-billion dollar deal with China National Offshore Co
Melbourne Herald Sun-- NBN study backdown
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Stern Hu verdict to be handed down on Monday
People's Daily--China, Russia to enhance cooperation
People's Daily-- Big LNG deal signals better Canberra ties
China Daily-- Central Huijin seeks capital boost
Times of India-- Food inflation eases to 16.22%
Times of India-- RBI will continue with stimulus exit: Subbarao

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