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Citi's growth plans for Hong Kong

Citi's new Hong Kong country head Sim S Lim shares his views on the special administrative region's outlook.
A J-shaped antique Saudi Arabian sword, a bit shorter than Excalibur, longer than a GhurkhaÆs knife, hangs in a case in Sim S LimÆs office. He tells his staff with a grin that a sign should hang beneath it that reads ôIf you donÆt make budget, break glassö.

Lim is CitiÆs new Hong Kong country officer and in his 24-year tenure with the bank, he has literally been through the wars. He lived in the Citi compound in Riyadh when it was bombed shortly after the second Iraqi war. His wife was home at the time and called him to say the front door had blown off its hinges, and the sky light in the...
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