Thursday, November 11, 2010

It's the economy, Thursday, November 11, 2010

India is next on our free trade dance card, a chilly wind blows for President Obama in Korea and crunch time for the world economy, some of the items of interest for our Thursday review of the financials.

Globe and Mail-- Canada launching free-trade talks with India
Globe and Mail--Rush to cash in gold attracts tarnish
National Post-- Obama given chilly reception at G20 summit
National Post-- Pension shortfall bigger by $65B
Vancouver Sun-- Burnaby company producing hundreds of portable shelters for Canadian soldiers
New York Times-- Obama’s Trade Strategy Runs Into Stiff Resistance
Guardian UK online-- Ireland admits to 'serious' borrowing problems
Telegraph UK online-- Crunch time approaches for world economy
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- Unemployment rate increases to 5.4 per cent
China Daily-- Stronger currency 'could hinder growth'
Times of India-- Essar to double refinery capacity

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