Qatar National Bank targets cross-border trade with new Hong Kong opening

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The Middle East's biggest bank - Qatar National Bank - has opened a branch office in Hong Kong.  The new Hong Kong branch is bidding to facilitate cross-border business for customers with trade and investment flows between Hong Kong, the Middle East, Africa, and mainland China. Hong Kong will be the gateway for the group's clients to mainland China and wider Asia. The Qatari bank - the biggest in the Middle East by assets -adds to its other branches in the region with offices in Singapore and India, a subsidiary in Indonesia, and other representative offices in China, Vietnam and Myan...

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