The Greater Bay Area now has a combined gross domestic product of US$1.34 trillion and a population of 68 million and the plan calls for it to grow and overtake similar economic zones, such as the San Francisco Bay Area or the Greater Tokyo Area, in coming decades. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen

Can China’s Greater Bay Area offer relief to Hong Kong’s housing woes?

  • In a new series delving beyond the social unrest in Hong Kong to survey the city’s deep-rooted problems, the Post is focusing on the role of housing in causing great disaffection in society
  • In this instalment, we examine the role of China’s Greater Bay Area, and whether moving to mainland China is a viable option for Hongkongers
Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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The Greater Bay Area now has a combined gross domestic product of US$1.34 trillion and a population of 68 million and the plan calls for it to grow and overtake similar economic zones, such as the San Francisco Bay Area or the Greater Tokyo Area, in coming decades. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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