Interesting Readings for November 2, 2009

Sanjeev Sanyal in Business Standard : Building cities for 21st century India, Delhi (which leads you to delhinullahs.org), and Calcutta. Also see: The Sustainable Planet Institute. Why investment banks were fated to be roadkill, in Financial Express by Viral Acharya. On Mumbai’s Streets, Cabbies Fight To Keep Passengers Uncomfortable by Eric Bellman in . . . → Read More: Interesting Readings for November 2, 2009

Japanese Companies, Exports and the Current Account

Last week, we learned that industrial production rose yet again in Japan clocking in at 1.4% month-on-month in September after having increased by 1.6% in August.

Companies said they planned to increase production in October and November as well, indicating the recovery from a record export collapse in the first quarter is holding up. . . . → Read More: Japanese Companies, Exports and the Current Account

Colorado Governor: “Reason For Optimism”

An open letter from Colorado Governor Bill Ritter:

Here in Colorado, we’re seeing encouraging signs of success and reason for optimism.

Last week we learned Colorado’s unemployment rate has dipped to 7%, now nearly 3 full points below the national average of 9.8% — and lower than all but a dozen states’ . . . → Read More: Colorado Governor: “Reason For Optimism”