On January 16, Guangzhou CPPCC members from Hong Kong and Macao proposed the city a variety of measures to facilitate the construction of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, highlighting three keywords—Nansha, Guangzhou South Railway Station and Lingnan culture.
The top political advisory body in Guangzhou urged its members to put forward proposals to boost cooperation among Greater Bay Area during the 13th Guangzhou Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). [Photo\Nanfang Daily]
Build Nansha a pilot district for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao cooperation
Located at the core of the Greater Bay Area, Nansha is the largest component of Guangdong Free Trade Zone and a new development district recognized by the central government. It has been dedicated to the international shipping business, finance and tech-innovation while boosting the cooperation with Hong Kong and Macao.
Huang Junkang, a Guangzhou’s CPPCC member from Hong Kong, considered Nansha an important platform for opening-up and cooperation because of its location and all the favorable policies, and he proposed to build Nansha a pilot district for tech-innovation in the Greater Bay Area.