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France looks to China for growth

France looks to China for growth

29 January 2015

Subdued economic conditions at home have prompted French companies to look…

Latin America’s commodity crunch

Latin America’s commodity crunch

29 January 2015

The economic impact for Latin America from the pronounced fall in commodity prices, and…

Growing links with Guangdong

Growing links with Guangdong

23 January 2015

The key to long-term growth in Guangdong, China’s most populous province, could…

US heads for zero inflation

US heads for zero inflation

23 January 2015

The sharp plunge in crude oil prices has boosted the outlook for US growth in…

Lifelong ambitions

Lifelong ambitions

19 January 2015

Many people aspire to take control and put aside savings and investments for retirement. But…

Start planning early

Start planning early

19 January 2015

More than two thirds of people of working age fear that they will run out of money…

Emerging markets PMI

Flash PMI increase

Operating conditions in the Chinese manufacturing sector improved slightly, according to the HSBC Flash China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index™. The index was 49.8 in January, up from 49.6 in December.

Flash PMI

China

49.8

49.6

China and the renminbi

How big is Asia?

How big is Asia?

19 December 2014

China’s economy now exceeds that of the United States in purchasing power parity…

China’s New Silk Road

China’s New Silk Road

1 December 2014

China has pledged USD40 billion for infrastructure investment to build a New Silk Road in…

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Renminbi timeline

10 November 2014

China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi. We chart some of the recent milestones.

RMB: moving forward

RMB: moving forward

12 May 2014

The renminbi is used by one fifth of the world’s population. Outside of China it remains little known, compared with the US dollar or euro. Helen Wong, Chief Executive Officer, HSBC China, explains why that is changing fast.

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