The nine mainland cities within the zone, including Shenzhen (pictured), are home to 2.5 million microenterprises, 270,000 small businesses and 27,000 medium-sized companies, according to Bain & Co.  Photo: Martin Chan
The nine mainland cities within the zone, including Shenzhen (pictured), are home to 2.5 million microenterprises, 270,000 small businesses and 27,000 medium-sized companies, according to Bain & Co. Photo: Martin Chan

Greater Bay Area’s small businesses optimistic about economic prospects as Hong Kong-mainland China border reopens

  • More than two thirds of SMEs surveyed by Bain & Co expect long-term economic growth to be similar to or stronger than historical growth and are ready to invest
  • However, many raised concerns about their ability to secure loans within the zone because they lack collateral or the required documentation

The nine mainland cities within the zone, including Shenzhen (pictured), are home to 2.5 million microenterprises, 270,000 small businesses and 27,000 medium-sized companies, according to Bain & Co.  Photo: Martin Chan
The nine mainland cities within the zone, including Shenzhen (pictured), are home to 2.5 million microenterprises, 270,000 small businesses and 27,000 medium-sized companies, according to Bain & Co. Photo: Martin Chan
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