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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.
New technologies are reshaping consumer behaviour. Businesses may need to adapt as a result.
China’s economic transition offers opportunities for global businesses, says Stuart Gulliver.
China’s infrastructure plans could present opportunities for international companies.
Poland and China aim to take trade, investment and economic cooperation to a new level.
China’s RMB has taken another step in its journey towards becoming a global currency.
The bank has been named Best Global Cash Manager for 2016 in a Euromoney magazine survey.
Noel Quinn explains how exporters could benefit from the growth of the global middle class.
It’s time for the UK to boost its services exports to fast-growing economies, says Stuart Gulliver.
HSBC is taking part in an initiative to use technology to simplify international trade.
Trillions of dollars are needed to fund green infrastructure projects, says HSBC’s Spencer Lake.