In the guangdong-hong kong-macao greater bay area

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) comprises two special administrative regions, Hong Kong and Macao, and nine municipalities, namely Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing. Guangdong Province. The total area is about 56 000km2. At the end of the 2019, the total population exceeded 72 million, the GDP was 1.6795 trillion US dollars, and the per capita GDP was 23,371 US dollars.

The development of the Greater Bay Area is in the position of key strategic planning in the country's development blueprint, and is of great significance to the country's implementation of innovation-driven development and commitment to reform and opening up. The goal is to further deepen cooperation between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, make full use of the comprehensive advantages of the three places, promote deep integration within the region, and promote coordinated regional economic development, with a view to developing a world-class Gulf region, which is a life, ideal for work and travel.

On the July 1, 2017, witnessed by President Xi Jinping, the National Development and Reform Commission signed with the governments of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. Framework agreement on deepening development cooperation in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in Hong Kong. The framework agreement sets out the objectives and principles of cooperation and establishes key areas of cooperation for the development of the Greater Bay Area. Since then, the relevant departments of the central government and the governments of the three countries have worked hard to seek policy breakthroughs with an innovative and open mind and jointly promote the development of the Greater Bay Area.

As the most open and internationalized city in the Greater Bay Area, Hong Kong is known for its status as an international financial, transport, trade center and aviation hub, as well as its famous professional services. Hong Kong enjoys the dual advantages of "one country, two systems" and plays an important role in the development of the Greater Bay Area. On the one hand, hong kong will promote and support the economic development of the region with a view to enhancing the role and function of the greater bay area in the country's two-way opening up; On the other hand, we will take advantage of hong kong's advantages to meet the country's needs, to promote the development of Hong Kong's advantageous industries in the Greater Bay Area.

The Greater Bay Area Development Steering Committee is chaired by the Chief Executive Carrie Lam. Its members include all departmental secretaries and directors. It is responsible for overall coordination of matters related to the participation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in the development of the Greater Bay Area. Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau has also been established greater Bay Area Development Office and appointed the Greater Bay Area Development Commissioner to implement the relevant work. These include: developing an international innovation and technology center; Promoting the development of industries in which hong kong enjoys advantages in the greater bay area; And through policy innovations and breakthroughs as well as for learning in the greater bay area, hong Kong residents who work and live provide convenient measures to promote the flow of people, goods, funds and information, and improve the overall connectivity of the Greater Bay Area under the principle of "one country, two systems.

Promulgation guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Development Plan Outline february 18, 2019 marks a new milestone in the development of the Greater Bay Area. With the full support of the central government, the hong kong sar will actively integrate itself into the overall development of the country, thus expanding the scope of our development and creating new impetus for growth for all sectors of society, in particular, our young people bring new development opportunities.