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HSBC has its roots in China and the country continues to be a key part of the bank’s business strategy. Already the world’s second-largest economy, China plays an increasingly important role on the world stage.
HSBC’s Qu Hongbin discusses the trends likely to shape China’s economy in the year ahead.
Businesses seeking growth in Asia need to understand how it is changing, says Stuart Gulliver.
The New Silk Road is a key part of China’s plan to globalise its capital.
Beijing remains committed to RMB internationalisation despite market volatility.
China is on course to be this century’s dominant economic power, says Stuart Gulliver, HSBC.
HSBC is sponsoring a train service in the Pearl River Delta, Guangdong, southern China.
The Chinese government plans to pursue growth and reform in 2016, says Qu Honbgin, HSBC.
Improving internet access is transforming China’s economy, says HSBC’s Helen Wong.
China’s ‘Belt and Road’ investments will transform Asian capital markets, says Gordon French.
Green bonds could help China meet its sustainability goals, says HSBC’s Wai-Shin Chan.