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We believe China’s government will deliver growth of around 7.4% for 2014, growth will pick up over the second half of the year, and return to 7.7% next year. Frederic Neumann, Co-head of Asia Economics Research, HSBC
Asian economies need a tune up

Economist Intelligence Unit

Kuwait buys stake in Shell's Australian gas operations Kuwait looks to Australia to satisfy a steady increase in domestic oil consumption.

Economist Intelligence Unit

PSA and Dongfeng agree on capital tie-up Dongfeng, the Chinese automaker secures 14% stake in PSA Peugeot Citroen

Growth

Finance growth

Inject capital into your supply chain, expand into new markets and improve your existing space and systems.

Global Banking and Markets

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While the slowdown will probably be short-lived, the subsequent rebound should not be viewed as a sustained acceleration in economic growth. Kevin Logan, Chief US Economist, HSBC
Chill remains in US economy

Economist Intelligence Unit

Israel economy: Israel posts large current-account surplus in 2013 Strong services exports and a reduced deficit on the primary income balance were the key factors supporting a marked increase in the current-account surplus in 2013.

Payments

Make and receive

Streamline domestic and foreign payments and collections while also making the best use of cash balances. You can also manage expense effectively by consolidating companywide spending.

Global Connections

Japan’s export puzzle
Izumi Devalier HSBC
Why Japan may need to cut export prices to shore up demand for its cars and electronics products
Strategies that suited the aftermath of the financial crisis need revising. Otherwise there is a risk of economic growth actually reducing net economic benefit Bart Ras, Global head of business development, global trade & receivables finance, HSBC
Working Capital 2.0

Global Connections

Making and accepting international payments Choosing the right payment and credit terms when trading internationally

Investments

Save and invest

Consolidate balances for faster, easier access to cash and leverage idle balances to increase liquidity and support your growth strategy.

FATCA
Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act

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Inflation continues to slow across the world, posing renewed risks to financial stability Frederic Neumann, HSBC Co-Head of Asian Economic Research
Inflation is too low for comfort

Global Connections

Pressure cooker conditions lead to innovation
Pippa Malmgren Principalis Asset Management
Record global debt is driving business to seek innovative new ways to define their brand and to strive for an international reach

Managing risk

Supporting business

Manage counterparty risk and do business around the world confidently while managing potential fluctuations in cash flow.

Economist Intelligence Unit

Venezuela: Jamaica looks to repay oil debt with goods Venezuela’s PetroCaribe oil-financing initiative is looking at the age-old system of bartering to settle repayments on Jamaican supply contract.
The introduction of an export tax credit would require upfront funding [but we expect] the increase in trade revenues would more than justify the initial cost.  HSBC
Incentives - a manifesto for British exports

Economist Intelligence Unit

Is the commodities supercycle over?
Caroline Bain Economist Intelligence Unit
Commodity supply is beginning to match demand in China, but rapid urbanisation elsewhere in Asia looks set to push commodity prices back up

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