Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan

Letters | How Hong Kong can make the best of the Greater Bay Area

  • The Greater Bay Area offers Hong Kong a valuable opportunity to consolidate its position as a strategic bridge between the mainland and the West, provided integration avoids concessions that limit the city’s free exchanges with foreign markets

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen glows at dusk on April 2109, as seen from the Hong Kong side of the border. Cooperation with Shenzhen and other Greater Bay Area cities could be to Hong Kong’s benefit as long as it does not impinge on the advantages that keep the city relevant to the Chinese economy. Photo: Martin Chan
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