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Playlist: Obama heads back to Hawaii, how UPS would fix USPS

Mary Dooe Nov 11, 2011
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Playlist: Obama heads back to Hawaii, how UPS would fix USPS

Mary Dooe Nov 11, 2011

Posted by Mary Dooe

For Marketplace Morning Report, Fri., Nov. 11, 2011

President Obama heads to Hawaii today for the APEC summit of 21 economies along the Pacific Rim. And Japan this morning said it would participate in talks to build a free trade zone among those nations. Nine countries are on board so far, including the United States. The Italian Senate has just passed the economic reform bill that Europe is demanding. Once it passes the lower house of parliament, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi says he’ll quit. An erroneous downgrade of French sovereign credit rating by Standard & Poor’s rating agency on Thursday was a very serious incident and will have to be investigated, the European Commission said on Friday.

And here are the songs we played today:

  • A Candle’s Fire – Beirut Buy
  • The Dreaming Mind – Quantic And His Combo BarbaroBuy
  • How in the World – Family Force FiveBuy
  • Still Sound – Toro Y MoiBuy
  • When the Robo B-Boys Just Kill It – The Polish AmbassadorBuy

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