Daily Reading – Tuesday, July 5, 2011

FT Alphaville: And the winning SPR bids are…

It’s a vivid account of who bought what in last month’s emergency $30m barrel oil release…

FT BeyondBRICs: China debt: Moody’s warning

The official figure for LG debt – released by the government’s national audit office last week – of $1,650bn is probably too low, say Moody’s. The real number may be much higher.

The Telegraph: Unilever’s Polman hits out at City’s short-term culture

Paul Polman, who heads the British-Dutch consumer goods group, has urged shareholders to help curb the culture of high risks for short-term returns, in a report released today.

guardian.co.uk: The ‘cold rush’: industrialisation in the Arctic – interactive

The vast Arctic wilderness is the new frontier for industrialists and investors seeking to extract natural resources and maximise profits. See what’s happening where with our interactive guide

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