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Connecting EU and UK Businesses to Growth Opportunities in ASEAN

As businesses look to expand trade and investment in Southeast Asia, industry and government leaders from Europe and ASEAN discussed the latest trends, trading environment and investment opportunities for businesses to leverage and thrive in the ASEAN region.

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Investing in ASEAN 2021 | 2022

ASEAN’s strength comes from its diversity and this creates vast and varied business opportunities. Strategically located in Asia, ASEAN is well positioned to serve as the hub for regional and global multinational companies. As a community, ASEAN Member States are working together to create an environment for businesses to thrive, and the ongoing focus on free trade agreements (FTAs) enhance the region’s competitive advantage as a premier destination for trade and investment from companies around the world.

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Start of a New Era

As we look to a new era of business and trade we sit down with HSBC experts to get their views and outlook for business in Asia Pacific, including how they are rebuilding to adapt to the new normal and what the recent signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) means for businesses across the region.

- Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics, Global Research, HSBC
- Stuart Tait, Regional Head of Commercial Banking, Asia-Pacific, HSBC
- Tony Cripps, Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Singapore

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A Region of Opportunity

For insights to leveraging ASEAN’s diversity to tap potential growth, find out what this group of panelists from Enterprise Singapore, HSBC, Knight Frank and Razer, have to say at a roundtable organized by The Business Times and presented by HSBC.

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International Business Guide

If you’re looking to expand your operations into new markets, our international insights can help connect you to opportunities. Find out how trading in or with these destinations could help boost the future growth of your business.

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