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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.
China is planning major infrastructure investments in countries to its west and south.
An HSBC conference in Shanghai discusses China’s plans for investment and economic reform.
Many businesses are discussing the potential of settling trade in RMB, an HSBC survey finds.
New free-trade zones could accelerate China’s financial reform process, says HSBC's Helen Wong.
International use of the Chinese renminbi (RMB) is set to grow during the Year of the Sheep.
The fast-growing markets of China and India offer opportunities to German exporters.
A strong relationship with China could be key to future growth for some French businesses.
Financial reforms are opening up Chinese bond and equity markets to foreign investment.
Boosting cooperation between Hong Kong and Guangdong province could help both thrive.
Trading links between Canada and China are set to grow, says HSBC’s Jason Henderson.