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Why HSBC's relationship with the Telegraph and Guardian is the press story of our time

Why HSBC's relationship with the Telegraph and Guardian is the press story of our time

Five years ago, a translucent coverwrap by J Walter Thompson enabled HSBC to make press history and commandeer the front and back pages of The Daily Telegraph for the first time in 155 years.

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