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In fact, many of the world's well-known urban agglomerations and metropolitan areas are characterized by single-core drives.
Yu Jiantuo pointed out that, for example, the New York metropolitan area, the Greater Paris metropolitan area, the London metropolitan area, etc., the effect of single-core driving is more obvious.
However, China is a special country. Regardless of population size, geographical and spatial diversity, etc., the agglomeration of Chinese urban agglomerations has different characteristics from other economies.
For example, in the Yangtze River Delta, in addition to the super core of Shanghai, there are also central cities such as Hangzhou, Nanjing, and Suzhou rising.
The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is even more so.
The GDPs of Shenzhen, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou are basically equivalent on an economic scale. On this basis, there are also trillion-level cities such as Foshan and Dongguan.
This does not violate economic laws. On the contrary, because of this dual-core or even multi-core drive, it will bring greater impetus to the regional economy and is expected to form a city cluster with higher global competitiveness.
Zhang Lijun, managing partner of PwC China's regional economy and southern markets, also told the China News Agency that the great feature of the Greater Bay Area is differentiation.
Shenzhen's new generation of information technology innovation, Guangzhou's automobile culture and new retail, Hong Kong's international finance, trade, medical care, Dongguan, Foshan's manufacturing, Macao, Zhuhai's international leisure, cultural, tourism and exhibition centers, etc. These advantages and industries are Those that can be differentiated and complementary can also incubate some new business models for future development.
Jin Jun, a partner at PwC China Strategy&, also believes that the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is a great innate advantage in terms of its diversified mechanisms and systems.
Under this mechanism, innovation can be encouraged more.
Yu Jiantuo revealed that in his investigation of 12 urban agglomerations in China, he found that although the Pearl River Delta urban agglomeration does not account for the highest proportion of the total economic volume, its comprehensive integration level is the benchmark for all urban agglomerations.
For example, the integration and co-urbanization of Guangzhou and Foshan have reached a very high level.
Moreover, if the Pearl River Delta is enlarged to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the integration level of the entire Greater Bay Area will be improved.
Accompanying this high level of integration is a narrowing of regional development gaps.
In the pattern of "9+2" cities in the Greater Bay Area, the gap within the region is relatively small.
By attracting people from all over the country to work in this urban agglomeration, it can also narrow the development gap between major regions in the country, optimize the allocation of regional resources, and promote common prosperity.
Of course, the future development of the Greater Bay Area will also face some bottlenecks.
Taking the core city of Shenzhen as an example, the official recently issued the "Opinions on Several Special Measures for Relaxing Market Access in Shenzhen's Construction of a Pilot Demonstration Zone of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics" to increase policy support for Shenzhen.