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The latest Guangdong-Macau Cooperation Joint Conference has resulted in nine points of agreement being signed to cover cooperation under the masterplan of the Greater Bay Area, according to a statement by the Macau Government Information Bureau.
Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On and Guangdong Governor Ma Xingrui attended the meeting at the East Asian Games Dome in Cotai.
Key of these was an agreement to support innovative industries to develop the Greater Bay Area as an international science and technology hub. The eight others cover Macau-Zhuhai cooperation; a subsidy scheme for science and technology projects; forestry development; health; youth exchanges; census; construction of floodgates at Macau’s Inner Harbor; and intellectual property.