Customers in short supply at HSBC's Pearl River Delta branches, core of China plan

DONGGUAN, China/LONDON/HONG KONG In the digital age, footfall in bricks-and-mortar outlets is an incomplete measure of business activity, but HSBC’s (HSBA.L) sparsely attended branches in the Pearl River Delta suggest it’s not all plain sailing for the …
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