29 May 2013
Australia developing ties
The opportunities in China are increasing and Australia’s thriving relationship should put the nation’s businesses in pole position to capitalise.
27 May 2013
New chapter for China
The full convertibility of the renminbi under the capital account and interest and exchange rate reforms open a new economic chapter for China.
23 May 2013
China’s recovery cools
The Chinese manufacturing sector contracted for the first time since October 2012, according to the HSBC Flash China Manufacturing PMI™ index.
15 May 2013
Mobile schools top of the class
HSBC’s educational support in Vietnam through mobile schools aims to help narrow the gap in computer skills between students in urban and rural areas.
14 May 2013
The quietly international yuan
Changes in China’s cash management cut costs for onshore foreign companies, hasten the yuan’s integration into the global economy and boost liquidity.
8 May 2013
Economic growth in the emerging markets is at its lowest level since 2011 according to the April 2013 HSBC Emerging Markets Index (EMI).
8 May 2013
Introduction to the RMB
An introduction to the China's currency, the renminbi (RMB), which is rapidly becoming a popular trading currency.
7 May 2013
1Q 2013: message from Group Chief Executive
HSBC strengthened its capital position and is still one of the best capitalised banks, says Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver in his 1Q 2013 message.
2 May 2013
Chinese expansion slows
The HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index in May 2013 shows that production in manufacturing has slowed and new orders are down.
1 May 2013
Red carpet for tourist yuan
Overseas spending of Chinese tourists offers growth in the retail and travel sectors.