China Market / Renminbi
In an article for FinanceAsia to mark the magazine’s 20th anniversary, HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver looks back on two decades of Chinese economic reform – and shares his thoughts about the future of the world’s second-largest economy.
ASEAN’s 620 million-plus inhabitants are an increasingly powerful source of global demand
- ASEAN initiative opens new frontiers for growth
- Global outlook and the challenges and opportunities in the new ASEAN landscape
- Hong Kong as a platform helping foreign investors venturing into the ASEAN region
- ASEAN and the AEC: Diversity Epitomised
- Improving working capital by centralising treasury operations within the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
- ASEAN’s next level
A growing number of Hong Kong’s innovative small to medium size retail enterprises (SME’s) are expanding into e-commerce concepts.
- Case study: China’s 13th Five-Year Plan breeds opportunities for Hong Kong’s logistics sector
- The digitizing of everything - from traditional retailing to cyberspace
- The mobile consumer
- Time for Hong Kong’s SMEs to ride on e-commerce advantages to expand their businesses
- "Delivering our clothes straight to your doorstep in the era of e-commerce..."
- Mobile payment systems - Hong Kong SMEs tap into the growing trend
China's economic growth stabilised during 2016 and deflation in producer prices eased. But can this trend continue in 2017, despite rising uncertainty?
Producer prices perk up in Asia
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From tourism to design, the export of services from one country to another has grown steadily over the past decade. Trade and business are changing as advances in technology and increased prosperity alter the way consumers buy and companies operate.
There are many reasons to view prospects for the global economy in 2017 with nervousness – a new US president who campaigned on protectionist rhetoric; key eurozone elections; the UK’s Brexit negotiations; plus challenges for emerging markets facing high debt and currency depreciation.
Hong Kong’s smaller companies have a good opportunity to enter the mainland Chinese market thanks to a recent push by Beijing to promote cross-border ecommerce as part of a pilot project in selected cities.