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Cameron's devolution move opens up 'Pandora's Box' on tax and spending Stephen King, Group Chief Economist 22/09/2014 preview

Cameron's devolution move opens up 'Pandora's Box' on tax and spending

Devo-Max talks raise fears of accidentally creating an irreconcilable gap between regional fiscal governance and national monetary/fiscal policies.

Money belt Week in China 19/09/2014 preview

Money belt

China is willing to fund ports and free trade zones along shipping routes to make the Chinese Dream of the Silk Road happen.

To survive, the eurozone must embrace an "all for one, one for all" mindset Stephen King, Group Chief Economist 11/09/2014 preview

To survive, the eurozone must embrace an "all for one, one for all" mindset

The gulf in living standards between countries in the eurozone is growing.

Keeping it cool Zoe Knight, Head of Climate Change 10/09/2014 preview

Keeping it cool

The transition to a low-carbon economy will be particularly tough for low-income nations.

The euro and the Musketeers Stephen King, Group Chief Economist 10/09/2014 preview

The euro and the Musketeers

Appropriate burden sharing through legitimate common fiscal institutions or between creditors and debtors is needed for the monetary union to succeed.

Asia's electronics industry Ronald Man, Economist 05/09/2014 preview

Asia's electronics industry

Asia's economic landscape changes as western electronics companies' search for lower costs causes production to shift there from developed economies.

Video: Opening more gates HSBC Global Research 05/09/2014 preview

Video: Opening more gates

Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect - opening more gates to help China's financial reforms.

Unlonely Planet Week in China 05/09/2014 preview

Unlonely Planet

Shou65 is a platform that connects travellers with local hosts.

China share link opens more gates John Zhu, Economist 01/09/2014 preview

China share link opens more gates

Stock Connect increases openness and diversification in China's market.

Europe's swelling workforce Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist 01/09/2014 preview

Europe's swelling workforce

Although Europe's ageing population is increasing, participation rates have risen.