As the Hong Kong government’s crackdown on pro-democracy activists continues unabated, relations between Beijing and London have become increasingly frayed. Areas that have previously highlighted Hong Kong’s...
by John Chan | Dec 8, 2020
On a month when hardly a day has gone by without new developments in Beijing’s campaign to crush resistance in Hong Kong, financial institutions have become the latest front in the conflict between Beijing and its...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 5, 2020
While TikTok has taken Huawei’s place as the main corporate focal point for escalating tensions between China and the United States, the difficulties of navigating this conflict are confronting companies across a much...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 17, 2015
At openDemocracy, The Daily Telegraph’s former chief political commentator Peter Oborne...
by Scott Greene | Jan 25, 2013
China’s factory sector growth reached a two-year high in January, according to a preliminary survey released on Thursday, as the economy continues to demonstrate signs of a rebound. From Reuters: The HSBC flash purchasing...
by Japhet Weeks | Dec 15, 2008
Stephen King, managing director of economics at HSBC, explains why the world is following China’s lead by buying dollars, and what China should have done instead. From The Independent: […] the only stuff that is...
by Liu Yong | May 27, 2008
From Bloomberg: China plans to make it easier for foreign banks such as HSBC Holdings Plc to set up rural operations as the government seeks to boost funding for farmers, said two people with knowledge of the matter. Overseas...
by Kate Zhao | Nov 18, 2007
From BBC News: Shanghai’s stock exchange says it is considering allowing big multinational companies to list shares. China’s largest exchange may permit companies such as HSBC, Coca-Cola and Siemens – which have large business operations in the country – to trade. Que Bo, assistant general manager of Shanghai’s exchange said it was doing market research […]
by Kate Zhao | Aug 12, 2007
From Caijing.com.cn: The Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC) received approval from China Banking Regulatory Commission(CBRC) to launch a small-sized rural bank in Hubei Province , the first rural bank established by overseas lender. This is HSBC’s second wholly-owned branch in China’s mainland after HSBC China was established in Shanghai. Vincent Cheng, Chairman of The […]
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