DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA

DOES YOUR BANK UNDERSTAND THE CHINA GROWTH STORY?

The investment opportunity

Australia's persistent need for foreign capital to fund local investment and improve productivity aligns perfectly with China's strategy to invest overseas to strengthen connectivity and diversify income. China is increasingly focusing that investment on the Belt and Road Initiative and its confirmation of Australia's inclusion in April 2016, along with Australia's founding role in the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank, will bring new opportunities in Australia and abroad.

Why investors shouldn't ignore China's capital markets

Global investors, including Australia's AUD2.6 trillion superannuation industry, are weighing up the opportunity to take advantage of continued market liberalisation in the world's second largest economy.

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Chinese investment in Australia

Investment in real estate now accounts for $6.85 billion - or 45 per cent of total Chinese investment in Australia. Meanwhile, 20 per cent of Chinese investment is in renewable energy, 17 per cent in healthcare and 9 per cent in mining. Gas and oil, agribusiness and also infrastructure all account for 3 per cent each.

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RMB: change more than your currency

HSBC’s local and global connections are well suited for delivering a range of Renminbi solutions to support your business needs.

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HSBC tops Asiamoney’s Offshore RMB Poll for the sixth year in a row

“HSBC has been at the forefront of the internationalisation of the RMB for over a decade and we are thus honoured to be recognised as the leader in RMB services for the sixth consecutive year,” reflected Helen Wong, Chief Executive, Greater China, HSBC.

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Sustainability makes business sense

Speakers at a Sydney event held by HSBC and the German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce said that more companies are recognising the importance of being sustainable and that profit and purpose must go hand in hand.

Why investors shouldn’t ignore China’s capital markets

China’s capital markets have been largely beyond the reach of most foreign investors, whose holdings currently account for less than two per cent of its stock and bond markets.

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