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1 Dec 2015

Asian women lead the way

Entrepreneurs in Asia start their businesses earlier than in the west, at 29 versus 34 years old, according to new research from HSBC.

27 Nov 2015

Climate change action

The outcome of the 2015 Paris climate change conference is significant because it is aimed at all countries, rather than just the nations that the 1997 Kyoto protocol covered.

24 Nov 2015

Trade winds

A new HSBC report – Trade Winds: shaping the future of international business – looks at the key trade and business trends up to 2050.

23 Nov 2015

Skills in India

HSBC India is donating USD15 million over five years to support training and education in disadvantaged communities.

19 Nov 2015

US recovery long but not strong

The US economy is likely to continue to grow at a modest rate as lukewarm economic conditions prevail, says Kevin Logan, Chief US Economist, HSBC.

18 Nov 2015

Malaysia’s 2020 vision

Continued reforms and investment are crucial if Malaysia is to meet its goal of becoming a high-income country by 2020, says Mukhtar M Hussain, HSBC.

13 Nov 2015

China bond markets open

China’s bond market reforms will benefit its economy and create opportunities for foreign investors, says Helen Wong, CEO, Greater China, HSBC.

6 Nov 2015

Passing it on

Family businesses risk dispute without a clear succession plan, according to Bernard Rennell, Head of Global Private Banking for Asia-Pacific, HSBC.

4 Nov 2015

A Mediterranean Mittelstand

Small companies in Italy and Spain could benefit from following the example of Germany’s Mittelstand, says Fabio Balboni, European Economist, HSBC.

3 Nov 2015

An evolving relationship

Australia is ready to expand on its relationship with China. But it needs to articulate its value far more clearly if it is to realise the benefits.

1 Dec 2015

Asian women lead the way

Entrepreneurs in Asia start their businesses earlier than in the west, at 29 versus 34 years old, according to new research from HSBC.

27 Nov 2015

Climate change action

The outcome of the 2015 Paris climate change conference is significant because it is aimed at all countries, rather than just the nations that the 1997 Kyoto protocol covered.

24 Nov 2015

Trade winds

A new HSBC report – Trade Winds: shaping the future of international business – looks at the key trade and business trends up to 2050.

23 Nov 2015

Skills in India

HSBC India is donating USD15 million over five years to support training and education in disadvantaged communities.

19 Nov 2015

US recovery long but not strong

The US economy is likely to continue to grow at a modest rate as lukewarm economic conditions prevail, says Kevin Logan, Chief US Economist, HSBC.

18 Nov 2015

Malaysia’s 2020 vision

Continued reforms and investment are crucial if Malaysia is to meet its goal of becoming a high-income country by 2020, says Mukhtar M Hussain, HSBC.

13 Nov 2015

China bond markets open

China’s bond market reforms will benefit its economy and create opportunities for foreign investors, says Helen Wong, CEO, Greater China, HSBC.

6 Nov 2015

Passing it on

Family businesses risk dispute without a clear succession plan, according to Bernard Rennell, Head of Global Private Banking for Asia-Pacific, HSBC.

4 Nov 2015

A Mediterranean Mittelstand

Small companies in Italy and Spain could benefit from following the example of Germany’s Mittelstand, says Fabio Balboni, European Economist, HSBC.

3 Nov 2015

An evolving relationship

Australia is ready to expand on its relationship with China. But it needs to articulate its value far more clearly if it is to realise the benefits.

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