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COVID-19 has brought into question the future of globalisation and forced international companies to refocus their strategies. Sandeep Uppal, Global Co-Head of International Subsidiary Banking, HSBC discusses the state of globalisation, trends around foreign direct investment (FDI) and key considerations for multinational corporations (MNCs).
Every sector has been uniquely disrupted by COVID-19, Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics Research, HSBC takes a look at the technology, healthcare and education sectors. What are some of the key opportunities that are emerging in these sectors?
In this episode, Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics Research, HSBC discusses the economic outlook for the tourism, apparel and automotive sectors and the opportunities that are emerging in these challenging sectors?
HSBC has announced a series of recommendations for how South-east Asia can better attract private investment towards projects that are both economically and environmentally sustainable. Presented to ASEAN Finance Ministers today ahead of their annual ministerial summit, the recommendations are in response to the region being disproportionately affected by climate change and the growing need for private investment to help bridge infrastructure funding gaps.
Singaporean companies are looking past cyclical downturns and trade tensions to China’s rising wealthy milllennials for future growth, a HSBC survey has found. Whilst businesses have mixed opinions on the best strategies to grow their exports to China, the majority agree that a price-led strategy is not sustainable, and that regional trade pacts will be an economic booster.
HSBC Singapore welcomes the signing of the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA); a significant moment for the two dynamic economies and for ASEAN.
China will be the world’s largest economy in 2030, overtaking the US, while India - currently the seventh biggest - will be third, pushing Germany and Japan down a position.
Cities are the lifeblood of the global economy. About 4.2 billion people live in cities across the world and this will rise to 5.2 billion by 2030 and 6.7 billion by 2050, according to the United Nations. Some 85 per cent of global growth could be generated in urban areas over the next decade.