China’s move towards becoming a cleaner and higher value economy will see increased demand for sustainable financial products. According to speakers in Hong Kong at the HSBC forum, Sustainable financing and China’s next phase of growth, which was held on the 26 March 2015, government and private sector institutions must closely collaborate to ensure regulatory integrity, widespread market participation and attractive returns for investors.
China’s integration into the global markets will soon happen. According to speakers at the HSBC Forum, RMB, Reform and China’s Global Future, this will be driven by financial reforms, greater usage of the RMB abroad, and increased interconnectivity through the Internet and high-demand, high-value industries.
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