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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.
Asian countries are taking a number of steps to encourage free trade in the region.
HSBC looks back at trade trends over the past 150 years and asks what the future holds.
HSBC’s Helen Wong describes moves to open up China's bond markets to foreign investment.
The Pearl River Delta in southern China is developing into a high-tech hub, says Peter Wong.
China’s development presents opportunities for foreign businesses, says HSBC’s Helen Wong.
The Pearl River Delta is changing fast, presenting new opportunities for businesses.
Banks such as HSBC have a role to play in supporting China’s development, says Douglas Flint.
Australia stands to benefit from China’s overseas investment, says HSBC’s Helen Wong.
Privately owned companies are now the main driving force behind Chinese overseas acquisitions.
Economic cooperation among ASEAN countries is reaching a new level, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.