A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
David Ji
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by David Ji and Helen Mak

‘Greater Bay Area’ initiative has brought Hong Kong closer to 68 million mainland China consumers

Improved connectivity will boost foot traffic, local brands and retail rents

A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
A mall in Hong Kong. The increasing presence of mainland China retailers and brands is expected to provide long-term support to retail rents in the city. Photo: Dickson Lee
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