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Belt & Road a ‘strategic priority’ for StanChart


Key role: Vinals says the bank was involved in 50 projects related to the initiative last year and it intends to continue playing a key role by fully making use of the bank’s unique network, franchise capabilities and rich client experiences.

Key role: Vinals says the bank was involved in 50 projects related to the initiative last year and it intends to continue playing a key role by fully making use of the bank’s unique network, franchise capabilities and rich client experiences.

AT a time of rising debate on protectionism coming mainly from developed Western economies, China’s Belt and Road initiative is being touted as a major driver of globalisation, promising to boost world trade and investments if it is executed efficiently.

And with Standard Chartered Bank’s (StanChart) broad presence across the Belt and Road routes, it has a unique competitive advantage to help facilitate trade, capital and investment flows for destination countries, which includes Malaysia.

   

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