User: newstrust Topic: US Economy
Category: Recession
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Canadian oil projects get poor environmental grades 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
Canada's oil sands are the target of $100 billion in investments, but a new report says producers are lax about environmental controls.
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China's biggest economic challenge may be own new leaders 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
A slew of new provincial governors will preside over their first budgets in 2008 and, many will want to ramp up spending.
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Slump in British pound may help economy 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
British exports are now more than 9 percent cheaper than they were in August.
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Banks want to ignore the rules 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
U.S. bankers are saying they never had any idea that they would have to restructure a lot of home mortgages, and thus had no reason to develop systems to deal with the accounting for such restructurings.
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IHI is in talks with JFE Holdings that may produce Japan's top shipbuilder 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
A merger could spearhead a realignment of the industry as it looks to compete with powerful South Korean and Chinese rivals.
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China's global trade surplus jumps to record level 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
Despite a rash of safety warnings and product recalls, China's global trade surplus soared 50 percent in 2007. The rise could increase pressure on Beijing to let its currency rise.
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Rolls-Royce to cut 2,300 jobs 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Business
Business is booming for the maker of aircraft engines, but the weak dollar is hitting the bottom line.
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Priorities in India: First buy a car, then learn to drive 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
As incomes rise and cheap cars proliferate, many hurdles still litter the new Indian romance with the road.
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British government backs nuclear reactors 11.1.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
The British government approved plans Thursday to refresh the country's nuclear reactors, signaling a new enthusiasm for the technology and giving a lift to the nuclear industry.
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Clinton to Unveil $70 Billion Economic Boost 11.1.2008 Truthout.com
Janet Hook reports for The Los Angeles Times, "Amid growing signs of trouble in the US economy, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton will propose a $70 billion package today to stimulate the economy and will urge Congress to stand ready to offer a $40 billion rebate to taxpayers if the slump continues." Steven Thomma reports for McClatchy Newspapers, "The presidential campaign turned South on Thursday, as Republicans vied over who could offer the toughest language on Iran and traded barbs over who's the true conservative heir to Ronald Reagan."
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Consumer Confidence Sinks To 6-Year Low 11.1.2008 WCCO: National
Consumer confidence fell to an all-time low as worries about jobs, energy bills and home foreclosures darkened people's feelings about the country's economic health and their own financial well-being.
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Consumer Confidence Sinks to Record Low 11.1.2008 Chicago Tribune: Business
Consumer confidence fell to an all-time low as worries about jobs, energy bills and home foreclosures darkened people's feelings about the country's economic health and their own financial well-being.

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Democrats looking at tax rebates, benefit boosts and public works to stimulate economy 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
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Republican rivals back a blend of tax and spending cuts to head-off recession in S.C. debate 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
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Confidence Sinks to Record Low 11.1.2008 SFGate: Business & Technology
Consumer confidence fell to an all-time low as worries about jobs, energy bills and home foreclosures darkened people's feelings about the country's economic health and their own financial well-being. According to the RBC Cash Index, confidence ...
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Democrats looking at tax rebates, benefit boosts and public works to stimulate economy 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Politics
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Republican rivals back a blend of tax and spending cuts to head-off recession in S.C. debate 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Politics
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Consumer confidence sinks to record low over worry about jobs, energy costs, and foreclosures 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Business
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Consumer confidence sinks to record low over worry about jobs, energy costs, and foreclosures 11.1.2008 Star Tribune: Business
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Dems Eye Tax Rebates to Stimulate Economy 11.1.2008 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats controlling Congress are looking at tax rebates, extended unemployment benefits and more food stamps to stimulate the sagging economy....
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