Thursday, February 12, 2009


Banco de Portugal não fez perguntas suficientes sobre o Insular

PIB português terá recuado 0,9% no último trimestre
Código do Trabalho entra em vigor na terça-feira
Saldanha Sanches sugere fim dos bombeiros voluntários
Vendas de portáteis em Portugal dispararam 85,6 por cento
APAV contabilizou quase 19 mil crimes em 2008, 90 por cento de violência doméstica
PJ levantou 129 processos por tráfico de seres humanos desde 2004
Papa condena negação ou minimização do Holocausto
Produção industrial portuguesa de Dezembro acompanha queda recorde da Zona Euro
Produção industrial de Dezembro na União Europeia (Eurostat, em inglês)
Grandes grupos devem ser a prioridade do fisco
Bancos estão a apertar tesouraria das empresas
Corrupção no futebol: Relação do Porto arquiva processo contra Pinto da Costa
Vídeo: Presidente do BCP duvida que proposta de Sócrates resolva problemas de pobreza
Há 30.659 famílias "ricas" em Portugal
A legitimidade democrática do poder judicial

1 comment:

A Chata said...

Mais alguns titulos:

World worries how U.S. will pay for stimulus

By Nelson D. Schwartz
Published: January 30, 2009

DAVOS, Switzerland: Even as the U.S. Congress looks for ways to expand President Barack Obama's $819 billion stimulus package, the rest of the world is wondering how Washington will pay for it all.
To make matters worse, he said, the United States "is a savings-short, deficit economy. When we decide to borrow, we're asking lenders from around the world to step up and give us the money."
The stimulus is widely expected to pass, but once it does, Roach said the focus would shift to "who foots the bill and what is the exit strategy. We don't have the answer to either question."

Europe's industrial base may never recover from crisis
The European Commission has issued a red alert over the unprecedented collapse of industrial production, warning that EU states are running out of money for rescue packages.
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Last Updated: 7:38AM GMT 13 Feb 2009
Factory output plunged by a record 12pc in December year-on-year. Spain suffered the steepest fall of countries in the Eurozone with a 20pc drop. Among non-euro countries, the biggest declines were led by Latvia (-21pc), Sweden (-18pc) , and Romania (-17pc).

China wants IMF to be tougher with rich states

9 Feb 2009, 1553 hrs IST, REUTERS
BEIJING: China, setting out its stall for the next global financial summit, wants the International Monetary Fund to get tougher with developed countries that let their economies run off the rails.

In a position paper prepared for the April 2 meeting in London of the Group of 20, China calls for more power for developing countries in the IMF and World Bank and issues a warning against investment protection.
China has also conspicuously failed to take up a suggestion that it use its $2 trillion of foreign exchange reserves to ease the IMF's financial strains.

Japan, by contrast, has said it will lend the Fund $100 billion so it has enough cash on hand to bail out countries felled by the credit crisis.

In its G20 position paper, China says voting power in the IMF and World Bank should reflect changing weights in the global economy so that developing countries have a louder voice