Wednesday, March 31, 2010

It's the economy (Tuesday, March 30, 2010)

Explore for oil offshore, yes you can, Smokey the revenue collector and even climate skeptics need financial assistance from time to time, some of the items of interest for Tuesday.

Globe and Mail-- Canada ranked No. 2 in competitiveness
Globe and Mail-- Ontario's auto sector gets fresh boost
Globe and Mail-- Quebec stirs health-care debate with proposed user fee
National Post-- Watchdog in way of higher dividends: Bank chief
National Post-- MasterCard offers card aimed at Muslims
National Post-- Tax cuts turn Canada in to a cost leader
Vancouver Sun-- Small gets bigger at Vancouver auto show
New York Times-- Obama to Open Offshore Areas to Oil Drilling for First Time
New York Times-- Ireland Lays Out a Plan to Help Banks
New York Times-- Oil Prices Find a Sweet Spot for World Economy
USA Today-- Speeding 'cushion' may dwindle due to recession
USA Today-- Verizon report sends Apple shares to all-time high
Guardian UK online-- Irish toxic loans are half as big as economy, bank bailout reveals
Guardian UK online-- US oil company donated millions to climate sceptic groups, says Greenpeace
Guardian UK online-- MPs quiz Alistair Darling about the budget - as it happened
Times on line-- Election uncertainty stalls housing recovery
Times on line-- Ireland on the brink of full-scale bank nationalisation
Telegraph UK online-- Rising house prices and economic recovery boost Gordon Brown
Telegraph UK online-- What banks can learn from Al-Qaeda
Melbourne Herald Sun-- AWB set for new joint venture
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Business presses China on transparency
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Australian victims can still seek Lehman damages
People's Daily-- China to launch new inspection of construction projects
People's Daily-- Pension fund spreading wings abroad
China Daily-- Iron ore prices should be reasonable - officials
China Daily-- Yuan appreciation can't redress trade imbalance
Times of India-- Rupee rise gives fresh trouble to exporters
Times of India-- Bharti to sign Zain deal today

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