Monday, July 26, 2010

It's the economy (Monday, July 26, 2010)

EU seeks public works contracts in Canada, BP sends Mr. Hayward tro Siberia and the bookies of Britain book passage out of the country.

Globe and Mail-- BP’s Hayward to resign in October
Globe and Mail-- Credit card fees transfer wealth to rich: Fed
Globe and Mail-- EU eyes Canada’s lucrative public works contracts
National Post-- BP boss expected to quit, but payoff row looms
National Post-- Everything you need to know about Asia's blistering V-shaped recovery
National Post-- Michigan residents turn to alternative currency
Vancouver Sun-- Oil spills off B.C. coast harming wildlife: researcher
Vancouver Sun-- B.C. government creates new wood fibre network that links buyers and sellers
New York Times-- Road to New Confidence at BP Runs Through U.S.
New York Times-- Nike Agrees to Help Laid-Off Workers in Honduras
New York Times-- Who Cooked the Planet?
USA Today-- China promises bigger role for private investment
USA Today-- United Technologies plans another 1,500 job cuts
Guardian UK online-- BP sends Tony Hayward to Siberia to appease US
Guardian UK online-- William Hill takes telephone betting service offshore
Guardian UK online-- Government warns banks over bonuses and dividend payouts
The Independent-- Offshore wind needs £10bn to avoid missing green targets
The Independent-- Politically acceptable economic stresses
Telegraph UK online-- BP's Russian partners back Bob Dudley to replace Tony Hayward as chief
Telegraph UK online-- Spain shines on stress test, Germany flunks
Telegraph UK online-- Osborne kick-starts India visit with Tata talks and Vodafone launch
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Economists tip rate rise chance despite moderating producer prices
Melbourne Herald Sun-- Mid-sized miners ad assault on Gillard
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Tony Abbott 'admitted parental scheme will raise living costs'
People's Daily-- "China's economic responsibility" theory irresponsible
People's Daily-- ASEAN now China's 4th biggest trading partner
China Daily-- China will open wider to foreign business
China Daily-- Local govt financing 'cleanup' to be started
Times of India-- The return of labour unrest
Times of India-- Air India on a firm path to recovery: Patel

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