International connectivity

HSBC has enabled its customers to thrive by connecting them to global opportunities for more than 150 years.

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcOur international network facilitates trade, investment and innovation, creating prosperity and improving people’s quality of life.

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcGlobal collaboration will be essential to enable the world to recover from COVID-19, a virus that knows no borders. And it will take a coordinated international effort to transition to a low-carbon future that generates growth while protecting the planet.

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcOur goal is to play our part in ensuring everyone benefits from an interconnected international economy that is prosperous and resilient, sustainable and inclusive.

Connectivity creates prosperity

The free flow of trade, capital, people and ideas across borders powers economies, lifts people out of poverty and improves living standards.

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Making the USD10 trillion case for trade

A new report co-written by HSBC demonstrates trade’s critical role in the recovery from COVID-19.

Asian nations sign new trade deal

Asian nations sign new trade deal

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership moves the global centre of economic gravity further East.

China and the West: finding common ground

International cooperation is the key to solving global challenges, says HSBC’s Mark Wang.

Connectivity will aid recovery

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcInternational collaboration can boost economic resilience against the impact of COVID-19 and help build a better world after the recovery.

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Beyond business as usual

Firms are making fundamental changes to how they operate as they plan for the post-pandemic future, says Barry O’Byrne.

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Navigating a crisis and emerging resilient

Companies are making major operational changes in the wake of COVID-19, HSBC research shows.

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Investing in a sustainable recovery

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcGroup Chief Executive Noel Quinn says the aftermath of COVID-19 offers an opportunity to build a more resilient and just economy.

Connectivity must work for everyone

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcBanks can support businesses and policymakers in ensuring everyone benefits from a prosperous and sustainable global economy.

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Why transition finance is essential

The financial system must step up efforts to help high-carbon industries cut emissions.

Keeping trade moving

Digital solutions may help importers and exporters face up to the challenges created by COVID-19.

A step closer to paperless trade

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcHSBC has supported a groundbreaking blockchain trade finance deal in China’s Greater Bay Area.

Working and studying internationally

Read perspectives on the benefits and challenges of time spent abroad.

A year of opportunity

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcInternational students are finding innovative ways to adapt to disruption caused by COVID-19.

Studying abroad: making it work

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcAn international education can bring many benefits, but many students still miss home.

Switzerland tops poll for living abroad

More than 18,000 people took part in HSBC’s survey on living and working overseas.

Achieve your international ambitions

Whether you want to expand your business overseas or are considering taking a job in a new country, HSBC may be able to provide financial services that help you achieve your ambitions. Find out more about the products and services we offer.

Our businesses and customers

Insight

How banking will change after COVID-19

The pandemic and new technologies will have a permanent impact on the industry, says HSBC's Kevin Martin.

The start of a new era

A major agreement between 15 Asian nations could boost regional trade, investment and growth, says HSBC’s Stuart Tait.

Central banks develop digital currencies

Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcSweden and mainland China could be the first places to issue their own digital currencies.