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31 Aug 2012

Week in China: Not working

China is seeing increasing lay-offs as the economy further slows and businesses reconsider the increasing labour costs.

30 Jul 2012

Message from HSBC Group Chief Executive

HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver says that the 2012 half year results show that the bank has seen substantial progress in key areas.

27 Jul 2012

Week in China: You got pandas, we got oil

Commercial ties between China and Canada have been deepening, with Chinese bids for Canadian companies showing an increase.

13 Jul 2012

Week in China: Money from thin air

With China Mobile and UnionPay joining forces to develop mobile payment services, Chinese consumers can soon use mobile phones to make payments.

11 Jul 2012

Growth slowing in emerging markets

The second quarter figures of the HSBC Emerging Markets Index (EMI) are a reflection of the ongoing uncertainty in the eurozone.

6 Jul 2012

Week in China: Not putting a foot wrong

Belle, the producer and retailer of the most popular shoe brands in China, builds up its online presence.

2 Jul 2012

June PMIs show China slowdown continues, India pushes on

HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index for June shows that China's economic slowdown is continuing while India posts steady growth.

29 Jun 2012

Week in China: Best friends forever

Brazil and China hope that consumer demand in each other's markets will take up some of the slack caused by the weak outlook in the USA and the eurozone.

26 Jun 2012

Emerging market consumers drive shift in trade patterns

HSBC Commercial Banking’s Global Connections report confirms the rebalancing of global trade and predicts rapid import growth in emerging markets.

22 Jun 2012

Week in China: If you can't stand the heat ...

CEO Dong Mingzhu is credited with growing Zhuhai firm Gree into an air-conditioner manufacturing giant in just two decades.

31 Aug 2012

Week in China: Not working

China is seeing increasing lay-offs as the economy further slows and businesses reconsider the increasing labour costs.

30 Jul 2012

Message from HSBC Group Chief Executive

HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver says that the 2012 half year results show that the bank has seen substantial progress in key areas.

27 Jul 2012

Week in China: You got pandas, we got oil

Commercial ties between China and Canada have been deepening, with Chinese bids for Canadian companies showing an increase.

13 Jul 2012

Week in China: Money from thin air

With China Mobile and UnionPay joining forces to develop mobile payment services, Chinese consumers can soon use mobile phones to make payments.

11 Jul 2012

Growth slowing in emerging markets

The second quarter figures of the HSBC Emerging Markets Index (EMI) are a reflection of the ongoing uncertainty in the eurozone.

6 Jul 2012

Week in China: Not putting a foot wrong

Belle, the producer and retailer of the most popular shoe brands in China, builds up its online presence.

2 Jul 2012

June PMIs show China slowdown continues, India pushes on

HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index for June shows that China's economic slowdown is continuing while India posts steady growth.

29 Jun 2012

Week in China: Best friends forever

Brazil and China hope that consumer demand in each other's markets will take up some of the slack caused by the weak outlook in the USA and the eurozone.

26 Jun 2012

Emerging market consumers drive shift in trade patterns

HSBC Commercial Banking’s Global Connections report confirms the rebalancing of global trade and predicts rapid import growth in emerging markets.

22 Jun 2012

Week in China: If you can't stand the heat ...

CEO Dong Mingzhu is credited with growing Zhuhai firm Gree into an air-conditioner manufacturing giant in just two decades.