Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou Conurbation: Its Impact on Southern China Office Markets - Chinese Language

Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou Conurbation: Its Impact on Southern China Office Markets - Chinese Language


December 2006

Contribution from CB Richard Ellis. The relationship between Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta (PRD) has long been characterized as one in which "Hong Kong minds the front shop, the PRD runs the factories." This pattern is changing, however, as China's commitments under the WTO open more service sectors to foreign participants and the PRD successfully attracts value-added manufacturing services and industries. Another key factor in the changing dynamics between Hong Kong and the PRD is the growing coordination between the Hong Kong government and its counterparts in the PRD in areas such as infrastructure planning and development arrangements. The office property markets of the PRD's two major cities, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, are expected to emerge as the two largest beneficiaries of this trend toward closer regional economic and transportation integration, providing further impetus to their business-support and trade-related services sectors. This report is also available in English Language. For more information or if you have questions, contact: Andrew Ness, Executive Director, CBRE Research Asia. andrew.ness@cbre.com.hk +852 2820 2858

Keywords: CB Richard Ellis, research report, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, office market, economic development, Pearl River Delta, infrastructure, transportation, office demand

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