Shenzhen, as seen across Deep Bay from Hong Kong. Both cities are part of the Greater Bay Area. The zone can stay in the top 10 economies globally in the medium and longer term because of the many cross-border financial schemes linking Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China, says a partner at Deloitte. Photo: AFP
Shenzhen, as seen across Deep Bay from Hong Kong. Both cities are part of the Greater Bay Area. The zone can stay in the top 10 economies globally in the medium and longer term because of the many cross-border financial schemes linking Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China, says a partner at Deloitte. Photo: AFP

Links such as Wealth Management Connect could keep Greater Bay Area among world’s top 10 economies, experts say

  • The Greater Bay Area would have ranked ninth globally last year if it was a stand-alone economy, says Deloitte partner
  • Zone to take on ‘increasingly important role’ in innovation, technology and green finance globally

Topic |   Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)
Shenzhen, as seen across Deep Bay from Hong Kong. Both cities are part of the Greater Bay Area. The zone can stay in the top 10 economies globally in the medium and longer term because of the many cross-border financial schemes linking Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China, says a partner at Deloitte. Photo: AFP
Shenzhen, as seen across Deep Bay from Hong Kong. Both cities are part of the Greater Bay Area. The zone can stay in the top 10 economies globally in the medium and longer term because of the many cross-border financial schemes linking Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China, says a partner at Deloitte. Photo: AFP
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