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What Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will bring for investors between 2018-2022?

February 8, 2018


Located in the Pearl River Delta of South China, the Guangdong-Hong Kong and Macao Greater Bay Area is an agglomeration of cities and special administrative regions which serve as a must path for the routes leading to countries along the Belt and Road.

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