China has experienced strong growth since the economic reforms that took place in the 1980s. China today is now not only the largest exporter of manufactured goods, it is also the second largest economy in the world.
What the liberalization of Chinese currency means to your business
Managing currency risks in cross-border M&A
How to protect earnings from foreign exchange swings
You may be able to save money by doing business in foreign currency.
Importing and exporting responsibilities in a complex global marketplace
Benefitting from the liberalization of Chinese currency
Investing in the global marketplace
Gaining control and flexibility in your international cash flow
Managing currency risk with foreign exchange options
Choosing a financial institution to support expansion in Canada
Vibrant emerging markets in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
Learn more about our largest trading partner.
How will you succeed in the international marketplace?
How well are you positioned for international growth?
BRICS: Currency risks and mitigation tactics
Managing currency risks with international transactions
Improving your foreign exchange policies and practices
China: Finding opportunity in recent changes
Advantages of doing business in the local Chinese currency
A rational approach to improving your hedging policy
Fundamental Accounting Concepts for FX Hedging
It's important to have a grasp on what the dollar will be worth in the long term.
Chinese renminbi internationalization
The degree and pace of change in currency is the best way to cope?
International banking services
The United States is a major export player with enormous untapped potential.
International payments and risk mitigation
Tailoring rolling FX hedges
Business considerations in Canada and Mexico
International treasury management