China remains on course to become the dominant economic power of the 21st century, according to HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver. He said that while current macroeconomic conditions were “challenging”, China was “in better shape than many believe”.
China’s economy added roughly the equivalent of Turkey or Sweden to its GDP last year. More cars were sold in China in 2015 than in the US, Japan, Germany, India and UK combined. Chinese travellers also made 120 million trips abroad, spending $140bn in the process.
HSBC Australia has decorated branches in Sydney with banners and rainbow flags to celebrate Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. It has also put messages on ATMs and display screens in branches across New South Wales.
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