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HSBC was founded in 1865 to support trade between Asia and the rest of the world. Today our network provides access to more than 90 per cent of world trade, supporting communities and helping customers to find new growth opportunities.
Australia is set to take its trade and investment relationship with China to a new level.
Continued economic reforms could help Asia play an even greater role on the world stage.
A new railway network has the potential to boost economic growth in Southeast Asia.
Business leaders must take action to improve access to trade finance, says Natalie Blyth.
A new licence will help HSBC offer corporate clients greater access to China’s capital markets.
People who believe in free and fair trade need to champion its benefits, says Natalie Blyth.
China’s growing influence in international affairs should be welcomed, says Stuart Gulliver.
Mid-market businesses are the backbone of the economy – but their impact could be greater still.
The US and China are set to cooperate in areas including capital markets, technology and innovation and retail, says David Liao, CEO and President, HSBC China.
Progress towards international agreements could support the fragile recovery in trade flows.