After Dropping Accounts, HSBC Adds $1 Billion to International Loan ProgramBy
Late last year, HSBC closed accounts held by some small and midsize U.S. businesses. The U.K. lender said it was stopping service to some customers so it could retrench around its expertise in international trade.
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