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HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver reflects on China’s growth and economic reform.
Canada would gain from increased co-operation on trade with Mexico and the US.
Technology has made it possible for businesses to expand internationally more quickly.
Measures by China have put the renminbi on a path to becoming a truly global currency.
From tourism to the financial sector, services are reshaping 21st century trade.
The largest trading bloc in the world continues to attract global businesses.
China is on course to be this century’s dominant economic power, says Stuart Gulliver, HSBC.
Asia needs significant long-term investment in infrastructure, says HSBC’s Arturo Recio.
China’s ‘Belt and Road’ investments will transform Asian capital markets, says Gordon French.
Technology is reshaping global trade and investment flows, says HSBC’s Stuart Tait.