Further reading: thinking small

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Friday’s picks from the beyondbrics team; the atomic energy industry thinks small to broaden its appeal in emerging markets; Egypt’s thriving black market in dollars; India attracts Brit entrepreneurs; Sam Walsh promises better times for Rio Tinto’s shareholders; Russia’s grain pain; plus, the Middle Eastern bond oasis.

From the FT:
Nuclear energy: Flexible fission, Analysis
Egypt sees return of currency black market
, World
Go east, entrepreneurs – with Indian partners, Management
Rio’s new chief to focus on shareholders, Companies
Russia looks west amid grain shortages, Markets
Iran’s intransigence, Editorial

From elsewhere:
Middle East research trip – a rare oasis of attractive bond valuations, Bond Vigilantes
Thailand: land of the smiles, Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets
Chart: The most and least active countries in the “currency wars”, Brazillian Bubble
Mexico’s Murder Rate Plateaus, Council on Foreign Relations
The emerging market bond slump: what’s an investor to do? Barron’s
Kuwait: Privatisation lift-off nears, Oxford Business Group

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