NEW DELHI, August 9 - BUSINESS STANDARD – The latest version of the draft of the Land Acquisition Bill states that just like private companies the government too have to seek for the consent of the 80% of the people to acquire the land. - BUSINESS STANDARD – Differences have arrived among economists on the FDI-food inflation issue. Some are of the views that with the introduction and permission of FDI in retail sector food inflation could be slow down and others are totally against this assumption. - BUSINESS STANDARD –Larsen and Toubro, the infrastructure major is looking at more business from international markets, including West Asia and East Asian countries, where it already has a presence. – MINT - Pressure on profit margins is all set to intensify for Japanese car manufacturers in India due to rising value of yen and that too in the time of poor growth rate of sales. - MINT – Revenue from the overseas markets for India goods and services are likely to suffer due to low demand both in global and local markets. - FINANCIAL EXPRESS – Asean countries are planning to form Asean Economic Community by 2015. Almost 95% of tariffs and non-tariff barriers have been removed by the Asean countries. This time for the first time United States and Russia both will attend discussions in the Sulawesi city of Manado with regional dialogue partners including Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea to try to deepen trade ties among themselves. - FINANCIAL EXPRESS – US economy is likely to suffer its second recession and if it’s happen so then it will have its impact on the whole world.