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Shared economic interests mean trade and investment between the two countries is set to grow.
The European Union and Japan have signed a new pact to support trade in goods and services.
The UK and China could benefit from closer cooperation in areas such as infrastructure and sustainability, says HSBC Group Chairman Mark Tucker.
HSBC’s 25 China desks provide advice and support to Chinese companies expanding overseas.
China’s plan to improve links with key trading partners is taking shape fast, says Peter Wong.
Most companies are optimistic about their international business prospects, an HSBC poll finds.
The signatories have a combined GDP of USD10.1 trillion and a population of 500 million.
Addressing these trends will help business leaders future-proof their firms, says Noel Quinn.
India and ASEAN aim to take their economic cooperation to a new level, says HSBC’s Tony Cripps.
HSBC is the market leader in trade finance, according to a poll of 7,000 businesses.