Navigator: Made for China survey charts international businesses’ ambitions to sell to China’s fast growing consumer market
Fuelled by rising customer demand and a favourable economic backdrop, Malaysian firms have a positive outlook about their prospects, according to a new HSBC survey of 200 Malaysian firms: ‘Navigator: Now, next and how for business’. The report also reveals that Malaysian business confidence is on the rise, underpinned by intra-Asia opportunities with firms eyeing China, Singapore and Indonesia for future expansion.
Increasing efficiency, security and transparency for businesses doing trade finance transactions
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