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Improve working capital by unlocking funds caught in the supply chain, and manage incoming and outgoing cash flows more effectively organisation wide.

This latest investment is in line with expectations that Kuwait will continue to increase its gas imports in the medium to long term. EIU
Kuwait buys stake in Shell's Australian gas operations

Global Connections

Asian economies need a tune up
Frederic Neumann HSBC
A sluggish period masks imminent economic improvements in China, India and Japan

Global Connections

Avoid delays and costs when trading internationally
HSBC
By failing to understand the importance of correct documentation, businesses can increase the risk of delays and costs.

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

Global Connections

The new global trade map
Bruce Alter HSBC
South-South trade will keep growing rapidly over the coming decades, with China at the helm of the export market

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
We expect growth to remain sluggish. Household consumption prospects are suppressed by low confidence, high debt and the absence of private-sector job creation Stephen King, Chief economist, HSBC
Deflation is 2014’s hidden threat

The Economist

The economy: Señores, start your engines Pay, logistics and currency fluctuations have made Mexico the cheapest place to manufacture goods destined for the United States

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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Emerging market companies will learn how to move up the value-added curve, how to have a strong brand and how to have a global company. Pippa Malmgren, President and founder, Principalis Asset Management
Pressure cooker conditions lead to innovation

Global Connections

Changing seasons in the Middle East
Simon Williams HSBC
This has been a decade of extremes for the Middle East and North Africa – extreme wealth for the Gulf but also extreme political instability in many markets

Managing risk

Supporting business

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

Global Connections

Incentives - a manifesto for British exports Trade missions and export tax credits are needed to help bolster British business’ expansion plans
Consumer-led growth will continue to require raw materials as cars, consumer electronics and white household goods are all made from metals. Caroline Bain, EIU
Is the commodities supercycle over?

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.

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