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19 Mar 2014

Bigger deficit should steady China’s growth

Stable economic and labour market conditions are conducive for implementing top-down reforms, says HSBC Chief Economist for Greater China Qu Hongbin.

19 Mar 2014

Water shortage

Access to water is important for economic productivity, and a water-stressed country may struggle to meet growth targets.

18 Mar 2014

Exporters more confident

Exporters are more optimistic as the near-term outlook for trade among key industrialised nations such as the UK and US improves.

18 Mar 2014

Technology challenge for Europe

The eurozone is expected to grow in 2014, and exporters are more confident about their prospects over the past six months.

17 Mar 2014

Japan’s export puzzle

Despite the plunge in the yen exchange rate, Japanese exports remain sluggish because exporters haven’t cut their prices amid stiff supply constraints.

14 Mar 2014

UAE and India on right track

India’s partnership with the UAE, and other South-South relationships based on economic cooperation, has significant impact to the world economy.

13 Mar 2014

South Africa’s year of reckoning

The South African economy, which is already buffeted by global and local headwinds, will also see growth choked off as domestic demand collapses.

11 Mar 2014

Another step down for Latin America

Brazil and Mexico are expected to see lower GDP growth in 2014, averaging only the same 2.4 per cent achieved in 2013.

11 Mar 2014

A mature budget for Hong Kong

The highlight of the Hong Kong 2014 budget was a report on long-term fiscal planning.

11 Mar 2014

Balancing act

Rebecca Rush, HSBC staff in Qatar reveals how she stays on top of things in her role at the bank while still making time for her husband and children.

19 Mar 2014

Bigger deficit should steady China’s growth

Stable economic and labour market conditions are conducive for implementing top-down reforms, says HSBC Chief Economist for Greater China Qu Hongbin.

19 Mar 2014

Water shortage

Access to water is important for economic productivity, and a water-stressed country may struggle to meet growth targets.

18 Mar 2014

Exporters more confident

Exporters are more optimistic as the near-term outlook for trade among key industrialised nations such as the UK and US improves.

18 Mar 2014

Technology challenge for Europe

The eurozone is expected to grow in 2014, and exporters are more confident about their prospects over the past six months.

17 Mar 2014

Japan’s export puzzle

Despite the plunge in the yen exchange rate, Japanese exports remain sluggish because exporters haven’t cut their prices amid stiff supply constraints.

14 Mar 2014

UAE and India on right track

India’s partnership with the UAE, and other South-South relationships based on economic cooperation, has significant impact to the world economy.

13 Mar 2014

South Africa’s year of reckoning

The South African economy, which is already buffeted by global and local headwinds, will also see growth choked off as domestic demand collapses.

11 Mar 2014

Another step down for Latin America

Brazil and Mexico are expected to see lower GDP growth in 2014, averaging only the same 2.4 per cent achieved in 2013.

11 Mar 2014

A mature budget for Hong Kong

The highlight of the Hong Kong 2014 budget was a report on long-term fiscal planning.

11 Mar 2014

Balancing act

Rebecca Rush, HSBC staff in Qatar reveals how she stays on top of things in her role at the bank while still making time for her husband and children.