Monday, May 31, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, May 31, 2010)

GM spends more in Ontario, BC Hydro announces more clean power projects and France's AAA rating is at risk, some of the financial items for the last day of May.

Globe and Mail-- Canada’s hot economy tops forecasts
Globe and Mail-- GM to invest millions in St. Catharines
Globe and Mail-- G20 to ask for more China stimulus: official
National Post-- U.S. attorney general probes Gulf spill
National Post-- Bell blasts CRTC over 'unacceptable' cable rules
National Post-- Gold: It's not too late to join the party
Vancouver Sun-- AltaGas announces $700 million hydro project in northwest BC
Vancouver Sun-- BC Hydro picks second group of clean-power projects
New York Times-- E.C.B. Says Banks at Risk From Slower Growth
New York Times-- Apple Sells 2 Million iPads Since April Debut
New York Times-- The Pain Caucus
Guardian UK online-- Eurozone banks face £165bn in toxic loan losses
Guardian UK online-- India's economy rebounds with rapid growth
Guardian UK online-- China guilty of protecting false economy, claims EU
Times online UK-- France’s AAA rating ‘could be a stretch’
Times online UK-- Tell us where the school spending axe will fall, demand builders
Telegraph UK online-- BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill: when disaster vocabulary spreads out of control
Telegraph UK online-- General election slows housing market
Telegraph UK online-- Business Minister Mark Prisk wants to strip away the red tape
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Qantas safe in troubled skies, says Joyce
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Overseas deficit cut as profits boom
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Cigarette tax increase sees annual inflation at 19-month high in May
People's Daily-- China unlikely to see serious inflation in short term: CICC chief economist
People's Daily-- Car ownership in China expected to overtake Japan next year
China Daily-- China cuts gasoline, diesel prices
China Daliy-- Ecnomist sees bubble in housing market
Times of India-- India grows 8.6% in fourth quarter
Times of India-- Tobacco exports up by 7.4% in April

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