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International education

10 Sep 2014

Australia is the most expensive destination for overseas students, according to research from HSBC. The average international student would need USD42,000 a year to meet university fees and living costs in the country.
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Water Programme update

02 Sep 2014

The HSBC Water Programme has helped to transform lives around the world in its first two years. The USD100 million programme is a partnership between HSBC, WaterAid, WWF and Earthwatch.
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Europe’s swelling workforce
Europe’s swelling workforce

Europe’s workforce is likely to grow more quickly in the next few years than that of the USA.

Lion city must work on its roar

Lion city must work on its roar

Singapore has a large variety of industries and a talented labour force

Joseph Incalcaterra,
Economist, HSBC

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HSBC Water Programme

HSBC has created a five-year programme focused on water provision, protection and education.

The partnership with Earthwatch, WaterAid and WWF will provide safe water to 1.1 million people and sanitation for 1.9 million people in South Asia and West Africa and protect freshwater ecosystems and resources in the Yangtze, Ganges, Mekong, Pantanal and African Rift Valley.

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