China's grand plan to turn Hong Kong, Macau and nine other nearby cities into a global innovation hub will mean more opportunities for foreign talent and businesses, said observers, while warning that the Greater Bay Area (GBA) could also present competition to cities like Singapore.
A day after Beijing fleshed out an ambitious plan to link a cluster of southern cities while drawing the autonomous regions of Hong Kong and Macau closer to mainland China, foreign entrepreneurs who operate in the area hailed it as a boon for business.
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