February 9, 2011 Headlines: German Success, European Austerity, China and Canada, and More
Bloomberg: German manufacturing policy and the lone European bright spot.
NYT: Is there a deal in the works to save Greece?
Bloomberg: Inflation from the Chinese New Year might hamper their ability to ease inflation in the future.
Yglesias: Comparing the actions of the Bank of England and the European Central Bank.
WSJ: European austerity programs are feeding the recession, making it worse.
Bloomberg: Canadian PM Stephen Harper reached a pact with China on Uranium exports.
WSJ: Chinese inflation rose quickly in January.
Bloomberg: Car sales in China fell 24%.
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