Sunday, March 21, 2010

It's the economy (Weekend Edition, March 20 and 21, 2010)

Future over Fear in the USA, An exodus from the Silicon valley and a difference of opinion over Greek debt management some of the items of note from the weekend.

Globe and Mail-- IMF warns world’s richest countries to keep debt in check
Globe and Mail-- Telus prepares for wireless showdown
Globe and Mail-- Real estate agents poised to vote on shakeup of industry
National Post-- U.S. bill has good ideas
National Post-- Why does this airline exist?
New York Times-- For Consumers, Clarity on Health Care Changes
New York Times-- America’s Real Dream Team
New York Times-- Fear Strikes Out
USA Today-- Four U.S. cities best weathered the recession
USA Today-- Silicon Valley is losing foreign-born talent
Guardian UK online-- Angela Merkel: EU summit should not discuss bailout for Greece
Guardian UK online-- Unite union calls on BA board to return to talks aimed at ending strike
Guardian UK online-- Budget 2010: Darling must think outside the box
Times online UK--Germany and France split over solution to Greek financial crisis
Times online UK--Lord Mandelson hits out at US ‘protectionism’
Telegraph online UK-- Has Germany just killed the dream of a European superstate?
Telegraph online UK--Budget 20120: Bankers react with fury to 'bonkers' Tory plan for levy
Telegraph online UK--Labour's last ditch budget
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Rio moves to foster China ties
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Electric cars plan charging ahead
Sydney Daily News-- Defects force Daewoo to recall 58,000 cars
People's Daily--Currency appreciation of "limited help" to trade rebalance: commerce minister
People's Daily--China vice commerce minister to visit U.S. on trade relations
China Daily--China will not sit back on currency claim
China Daily--China mulls withdrawing proactive fiscal policy
Times of India--Siemens to axe 4,200 jobs from IT business
Times of India--SBI not to hike lending rates immediately: O P Bhatt

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