The future of China is chocolate

Euroblog descended to the vaults of London’s Royal Exchange last Wednesday to kick off a new Chinese year with HSBC, only to discover that the contrary to popular belief, the renminbi was already fully convertible — into fat.

  • By Will Caiger-Smith
  • 10 Feb 2014

Amid tables strewn with Sino-snacks and enormous chocolate Yuan, the great and the good of HSBC’s investment bank mingled with EuroWeek’s staff and all manner of other capital markets reprobates/journalists to celebrate the Year Of The Horse — or to be exact, the Green Wooden Horse.

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