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Now into its fourth year, Week in China is an easy-to-read publication that’s designed to help the busy executive better understand China and its 1.3 billion consumers.

The main focus is business: Week in China covers over 20 industries and has so far profiled more than 100 Chinese business tycoons. The magazine also looks at important social trends, as well as offering insights on subjects as diverse as the origins of Chinese tea and the military strategies of Zhuge Liang.

To mark Brunei’s growing commercial links with China, we invite you to become one of WiC's subscribers with a free subscription. You’ll receive a weekly PDF magazine via email, plus access to a website with well over 2,000 articles. Go to the web page below to register:

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Competition details:

The Week in China iPad competition, which is solely managed by ChinTell Limited, will run from 11 June 2012 to 23 July 2012, with one winner of an iPad2 to be selected by lucky draw. No responsibility will be assumed by HSBC for the Week in China iPad competition.
To enter the draw subscribers must
(a) be a current customer of HSBC and
(b) have confirmed through the full opt-in process that they want to receive the Week in China email every Friday.
The winner will be informed by email within 7 days of the competition closing.
Week in China's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.



About Week in China

Week in China is a subscriber-only publication available exclusively to HSBC’s corporate and institutional clients.

Now in our fourth year, we aim to give context and commentary on the key business trends emerging from China, from a combination of Chinese and English language sources in the press and on the internet.

Week in China is delivered as a digital magazine on a weekly basis and distributed by email. All of our content is also available to readers through a password-protected website and in iPad format.

The Week in China website and the weekly magazine publications are owned and maintained by ChinTell Limited, Hong Kong. Neither HSBC nor any member of the HSBC group of companies (”HSBC”) endorses the contents and/or is involved in selecting, creating or editing the contents of the Week in China website or the Week in China magazine. The views expressed in these publications are solely the views of ChinTell Limited and do not necessarily reflect the views or investment ideas of HSBC. No responsibility will therefore be assumed by HSBC for the contents of these publications or for the errors or omissions therein.

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