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16 Nov 2012

Digging deep for Canadian treasures

HSBC Bank Canada President and CEO Lindsay Gordon discusses Canada's growth prospects, with Asia’s demand for commodities likely to be a key driver.

16 Nov 2012

Week in China: Yes, it's likely made in China

Despite the large volume of expected Chinese handsets manufactured this year, the industry can hardly expect high returns, Week in China reports.

12 Nov 2012

Trading places: India poised to lead export growth

India will have a critical role in the growth of world trade in the years to 2030, the HSBC Global Connections report says.

10 Nov 2012

Identity theft, 19th-century style

Identity theft is not just a 21st century problem. Material from the HSBC Archives shows how a vigilant bank clerk foiled a thief in 1889.

10 Nov 2012

Teachers, farmers and scientists: meet the people behind the HSBC Water Programme

Local community members share how they will benefit from the HSBC Water Programme, HSBC’s five-year partnership with WWF, WaterAid and Earthwatch.

10 Nov 2012

The economics of water

The HSBC Water Programme aims to transform the lives of more than one million people by providing access to safe drinking water and cleaning up waterways.

5 Nov 2012

3Q 2012 message from HSBC Group Chief Executive

Stuart Gulliver, HSBC Group Chief Executive, comments on the bank's performance in 3Q 2012.

1 Nov 2012

Chinese orders rise but contraction continues

China's manufacturing industry enjoyed a sharp improvement in trading conditions during October 2012, the HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index shows.

26 Oct 2012

Week in China: Light diet required

Could half of the world's solar power manufacturing capacity be shut down by powerful market competition?

24 Oct 2012

China's year of contraction

The HSBC Flash Purchasing Managers’ Index for October 2012 shows that China’s manufacturing industry has been shrinking since November 2011.

16 Nov 2012

Digging deep for Canadian treasures

HSBC Bank Canada President and CEO Lindsay Gordon discusses Canada's growth prospects, with Asia’s demand for commodities likely to be a key driver.

16 Nov 2012

Week in China: Yes, it's likely made in China

Despite the large volume of expected Chinese handsets manufactured this year, the industry can hardly expect high returns, Week in China reports.

12 Nov 2012

Trading places: India poised to lead export growth

India will have a critical role in the growth of world trade in the years to 2030, the HSBC Global Connections report says.

10 Nov 2012

Identity theft, 19th-century style

Identity theft is not just a 21st century problem. Material from the HSBC Archives shows how a vigilant bank clerk foiled a thief in 1889.

10 Nov 2012

Teachers, farmers and scientists: meet the people behind the HSBC Water Programme

Local community members share how they will benefit from the HSBC Water Programme, HSBC’s five-year partnership with WWF, WaterAid and Earthwatch.

10 Nov 2012

The economics of water

The HSBC Water Programme aims to transform the lives of more than one million people by providing access to safe drinking water and cleaning up waterways.

5 Nov 2012

3Q 2012 message from HSBC Group Chief Executive

Stuart Gulliver, HSBC Group Chief Executive, comments on the bank's performance in 3Q 2012.

1 Nov 2012

Chinese orders rise but contraction continues

China's manufacturing industry enjoyed a sharp improvement in trading conditions during October 2012, the HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index shows.

26 Oct 2012

Week in China: Light diet required

Could half of the world's solar power manufacturing capacity be shut down by powerful market competition?

24 Oct 2012

China's year of contraction

The HSBC Flash Purchasing Managers’ Index for October 2012 shows that China’s manufacturing industry has been shrinking since November 2011.