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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 aims to create a world-class metropolis by forging closer links between southern cities.
Asian savers are putting more money into equities and bonds as their wealth increases.
The joint venture supports HSBC’s long-term goal of developing its presence in China.
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.
A new licence will help HSBC offer corporate clients greater access to China’s capital markets.
China’s growing influence in international affairs should be welcomed, says Stuart Gulliver.
Bank wins recognition for its expertise relating to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Green bonds have a vital role to play in helping to tackle climate change, says Gordon French.