Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK
Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK
Dongguan

Dongguan’s multinational factories from Gillette to Samsung give it an edge as a manufacturing hub for the bay area

  • Dongguang is the fifth-largest city in the Greater Bay Area by size of economy, boosted by investments by the likes of Swire Pacific and Samsung
  • The city is seeking to wean itself off a reliance on low added-value and labour-intensive manufacturing as growth has lagged the nation’s average

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Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK
Dongguan’s economy is the fifth largest of the bay area’s 11 cities, worth 965 billion yuan (US$149.6 billion) in 2020. Photo: SHUTTERSTOCK
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