Deutsche Bank examines intra-Asian trade

Intra-regional trade accounts for over half of Asia’s annual exports and imports, and this trend is likely to continue as domestic demand solidifies in the years ahead. But keeping up with such demand – particularly in light of the complex idiosyncrasies of the Asian market – can be challenging for local banks that may lack the resources of their global counterparts. In The Asian Banker, Lisa Robins, Head of Global Transaction Banking, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Bank, discusses how financial institutions must enhance their banking capabilities to leverage burgeoning intra-Asian trading relationships.

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