HSBC Tackles Banking Fees

July 2003
Latin America Monitor: Brazil Monitor;Jul2003, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p7
Country Report
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Reveals the expansion plans of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC) in the Brazilian consumer finance market. Aim of its campaign that tackles banking fees; Worth of the bank's investment on the campaign; Opportunity facing HSBC in the market.


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