Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong’s border with Shenzhen, part of the site for the “one zone, two parks” development involving the two Greater Bay Area cities. Photo: Nora Tam
Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong’s border with Shenzhen, part of the site for the “one zone, two parks” development involving the two Greater Bay Area cities. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | How to make the most of Hong Kong’s ‘one zone, two parks’ tech hub

  • Hong Kong could take a leaf out of the South Korean book on Pangyo Techno Valley in building a successful innovation and technology cooperation zone with Shenzhen

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong’s border with Shenzhen, part of the site for the “one zone, two parks” development involving the two Greater Bay Area cities. Photo: Nora Tam
Lok Ma Chau Loop on Hong Kong’s border with Shenzhen, part of the site for the “one zone, two parks” development involving the two Greater Bay Area cities. Photo: Nora Tam
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