Macao stands to reap multiple benefits from China’s great rail network expansion, much of it centered on the Greater Bay Area.
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The Guangdong–Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone offers a clear pathway to cross-border integration and diversification, with Hengqin Island playing a key role.
Macao’s businesses and professionals capitalise on new opportunities as cooperation improves across the Greater Bay Area.
The development of Hengqin as a special economic zone has been giving nearby Macao the support needed to help diversify its economy beyond gaming. But those on the ground there believe more could still be done.
A new biomedical science partnership between China and Portugal is evidence that the future is bright for Sino-Portuguese ties.
This year’s unveiling of the outline plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area – and subsequent support measures – underscores China’s commitment when it comes to this important regional integration, which is years in the making.
Perhaps the most Chinese of the world’s exotic fruits, the lychee isn’t just full of flavour and nutrition – it’s also full of history.
As money is pouring out of Macao into the real estate sector in Zhuhai, we look at recent developments in our nearest neighbouring city.
With an economic output forecast at RMB150 billion by 2020, today, Qianhai is Shenzhen’s innovation and commercial hub.
Once a fishing town, Hengqin is now becoming an economic and business hub as investments, including from Macao, have been set in place to transform seven different sectors of development for the district.