Guangzhou is the third largest Chinese city and the largest city in South Central China. In 2014 the city's administrative area was estimated to have a population of 13,080,500. Some estimates place the population of the entire Pearl River Delta Mega City built-up area as high as 44 million including Guangzhou's nine urban districts, and Shenzhen (10.36 million), Dongguan (8.22 million), Zhongshan (3.12 million), most parts of Foshan (7.20 million), Jiangmen (1.82 million), Zhuhai (0.89 million) and Huyang County of Huizhou (0.76 million) adjoining Dongguan and Shenzhen, with an area of about 17,573 square kilometres (6,785sqmi). Guangzhou is part of one of the most populous metropolitan agglomerations on Earth. The total population of this agglomeration is over 54 million, including the population of adjacent city Hong Kong. Guangzhou is identified as a Beta+ Global city. Due to rapidly increasing amount of foreigners and illegal immigrants from Middle East and Africa and Southeast Asia, it is called Capital of the Third World.
The 21 days of quarantine in my Guangzhou hotel passed steadily ... murmur of Guangzhou seemed loud, but soon it passed for a form of silence ... China’s coastal cities like Guangzhou are exceptions of wealth and opportunity in a country where 550 million people earn under $150 a month.
(Bloomberg) —Investors on the Chinese mainland are showing unprecedented interest in Hong Kong stocks, powering the city’s fastest rally for a new year in more than three decades ... Li Changmin, managing director at Snowball Wealth in Guangzhou, increased exposure of Hong Kong stocks to about 20% of total holdings from “very little” before last week ... .
Mainland traders have net purchased about US$27 billion (S$35.7 billion) worth of Hong Kong shares in January alone, nearing a third what they bought in all of last year ... Li Changmin, managing director at Snowball Wealth in Guangzhou, increased exposure of Hong Kong stocks to about 20 per cent of total holdings from "very little" before last week ... �.
Having returned to China from his native Brazil following a lengthy injury hiatus, Goulart had been expected to resume his career with GuangzhouEvergrande, where his goals have made him a firm fan favorite. However, with a wealth of attacking talent－including naturalized duo Ai ...
lawmakers for coming out in support of Beijing’s national security law for Hong Kong last month, said the new staff would provide mobile wealth and insurance services to customers outside its branches in Guangzhou and Shanghai to start with ... The bank has so far hired 100 mobile wealth planners in China, a spokeswoman said.
HSBC will establish a financial technology company on the mainland, and its life insurance joint venture in China will hire new staff to provide non-branch based wealth management services to customers in Shanghai and Guangzhou, the Asia-focussed lender said in a statement.
HSBC is committed to becoming the leading wealth manager in Asia... Its life insurance operations will also recruit new workers to cater to its customers in Guangzhou and Shanghai with wealth management services (non-branch based) ... to becoming the leading wealth manager in Asia.
Hong Kong — HSBC Holdings pledged to boost investments in China to capture more wealth and retail clients even as political tension escalates after Beijing launched sweeping new security legislation to crack down on Hong Kong ... It will initially cover new customers in Guangzhou and Shanghai, according to a statement.
HSBC Holdings PLC yesterday pledged to boost investments in China to capture more wealth and retail clients even as political tension escalates after Beijing launched a new security legislation to crack down on Hong Kong... It would initially cover new customers in Guangzhou and Shanghai, it said in a statement.
London... Among the bank's growth spots are the region around Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou, along with wholesale banking in Southeast Asia and wealth management. Over the years, HSBC has ramped up its investment across financial sectors in China including commercial banking, credit cards, investment banking and wealth management ... Subscribe ... .
In 1517, they appeared near the famed trading haven of Guangzhou, strange and unruly barbarians in wooden sailing ships ... They sought relations with China very much like the standard seaborne barbarians who had been floating to Guangzhou for centuries ... (Leemage / Corbis via Getty ; Alamy) The Portuguese were dazzled by what they found in Guangzhou.