Peter Wong

Peter Wong

Peter Wong is the deputy chairman and chief executive of Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation

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Eye on Asia | How Asean can grab the opportunities offered by the Greater Bay Area

As more Greater Bay Area companies look to offshore production, Asean can boost its workforce training and infrastructure to make the region more attractive.

As more Greater Bay Area companies look to offshore production, Asean can boost its workforce training and infrastructure to make the region more attractive.

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Macroscope | For traditional banks, fintech newcomers offer opportunities, not threats

Far from cannibalising traditional banks, the fintech boom has brought to industry innovative ideas and technology. The next fintech wave should see greater collaboration between big banks and niche fintech players, to the benefit of all.

Far from cannibalising traditional banks, the fintech boom has brought to industry innovative ideas and technology. The next fintech wave should see greater collaboration between big banks and niche fintech players, to the benefit of all.

22 Aug 2019 - 10:23PM
Macroscope | How the Greater Bay Area can supercharge an economic dynamo

Hong Kong will complement Guangdong under the bay area plan, with the city’s strong banking and financial sectors thriving alongside the province’s hi-tech manufacturing and growing services sector.

Hong Kong will complement Guangdong under the bay area plan, with the city’s strong banking and financial sectors thriving alongside the province’s hi-tech manufacturing and growing services sector.

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Chinese economy will overtake America’s - thanks to Chinese values of thrift and hard work

The latest data from the International Monetary Fund shows that, in terms of purchasing power parity, China's gross domestic product in 2014 is estimated to have surpassed that of the US.

The latest data from the International Monetary Fund shows that, in terms of purchasing power parity, China's gross domestic product in 2014 is estimated to have surpassed that of the US.

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