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Canadian taxpayers’ secretive $2.6-billion gift to Chrysler

Jason Kirby: Canada vowed that bailout loans to failing automakers in 2009 would have strings attached. Surprise, surprise: they did not.
Beware of Greeks baring rifts

Papandreou’s referendum bombshell

EU leaders hammered out an emergency fiscal deal—but then came the Greek PM’s announcement
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United against austerity

More strikes in 2011
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America’s company

General Motors’ comeback is about more than cars—it has come to represent hope in the U.S. economy
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Europe gets Greeced

The race to save a broken continent from financial ruin
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The problems run deep

At risk of insolvency, Greece takes on the underground economy
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The short end of the Canwest stick

Execs get big bonuses, employees get squat; it’s ‘business logic’
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Should Air Labrador get a bailout?

If the route is cut, a string of towns will be isolated all winter
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Econowatch

A weekly scorecard on the state of the economy in North America and beyond
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We’ll pay for this bailout for years

GM workers: The cost of each job saved in Canada is $2 million