David Liao

David Liao

David Liao is co-chief executive, Asia-Pacific, at HSBC.

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Opinion | Why a sustainable global recovery can’t afford to leave any country behind

Without cooperation on access to vaccinations, economic policies and – most importantly for ensuring long-term growth – climate change, any recovery will be short lived.

Without cooperation on access to vaccinations, economic policies and – most importantly for ensuring long-term growth – climate change, any recovery will be short lived.

25 Jul 2021 - 6:45AM
Eye on Asia | The inclusion of China’s yuan bonds in global bond index is the start of a game-changing shift in global investment patterns

On April 1, yuan-denominated bonds issued by China’s government and policy banks will be included in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index, tracked by US$2.5 trillion of assets under management, marking the start of a game-changing shift in global investment patterns

On April 1, yuan-denominated bonds issued by China’s government and policy banks will be included in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index, tracked by US$2.5 trillion of assets under management, marking the start of a game-changing shift in global investment patterns

31 Mar 2019 - 8:11PM
Opinion | How to woo 1.4 billion Chinese consumers, who are not just crazy rich but also more educated now

Chinese consumers are becoming more sophisticated, and now have a taste for avocado, coffee and electric cars. As China switches to growth based on consumption, there are great opportunities for businesses everywhere.

Chinese consumers are becoming more sophisticated, and now have a taste for avocado, coffee and electric cars. As China switches to growth based on consumption, there are great opportunities for businesses everywhere.

18 Sep 2018 - 10:56PM
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20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM
Short-term pain ahead as China pushes on with economic reforms

Despite the challenges, China's leaders are pushing into the most critical phase of their ambitious reform programme, cautiously unleashing the power of private investment and consumption to breathe new life into the slowing economy.

Despite the challenges, China's leaders are pushing into the most critical phase of their ambitious reform programme, cautiously unleashing the power of private investment and consumption to breathe new life into the slowing economy.

10 Sep 2014 - 3:54AM