Staff Writer
Mar 28, 2019

CEI's Greater Bay Area report is live

Find out more about the potential of this government-led initiative on the events and exhibitions industry.

CEI’s Greater Bay Area report spotlights key cities Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau as well as Zhuhai to showcase the impact of the government-led initiative on the events and exhibitions industry.

Being an industry that is largely driven by infrastructure development, the exhibitions business, especially that in Hong Kong, is expected to benefit greatly from the Hong Kong high-speed rail and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge launched in 2018.

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