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|Room for global restocking||James Pomeroy, Economist||21/07/2014||preview|
|Australia's powerful links to Asia||Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist, Australia||18/07/2014||preview|
|Video: Australia's growing links to Asia||HSBC Global Research||18/07/2014||preview|
|Into the red||Week in China||18/07/2014||preview|
|Asia's corporate debt splurge||Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research||11/07/2014||preview|
|LatAm: lower growth, reduced visibility||André Loes, Chief Economist, Latin America||10/07/2014||preview|
|The eurozone's road to QE||Janet Henry, Chief European Economist||07/07/2014||preview|
|Video: European Economics Quarterly||HSBC Global Research||07/07/2014||preview|
|Asia, oil and inflation||Frederic Neumann, Co-head of Asian Economic Research||04/07/2014||preview|
|The graphite grab||Week in China||04/07/2014||preview|
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