NO REGION in the world has been spared by the ongoing economic uncertainty, and South-east Asia is no exception.
South-east Asia cannot expect to see a wide-scale divergence of supply chains coming its way unless there are improvements in production technology & capacity, and regional integration, according to HSBC.
Baby bottle maker rises from its contract manufacturing roots to build its own brand
Our commitment to supporting future business leaders is stronger than ever.
Engineering firm evolves from contractor to leading builder of iconic façades
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.
Singapore’s plan to work with the United States on infrastructure projects across South-east Asia will strengthen the economic corridor, but the success of this tie-up will depend upon continued innovation.
How a traditional tea importer modernised its business to become a global tastemaker for younger audiences
HSBC is tapping its strengths as a universal bank to support entrepreneurial families through their commercial and personal wealth needs.
Singapore got the expansionary Budget it needed with big-ticket items aimed at driving domestic spending in areas like social services, health and infrastructure.