SINGAPORE (Aug 26): With or without the ongoing US-China trade war and a global economic slowdown, the Middle Kingdom continues to press ahead with its Greater Bay Area plans, which would eventually lead to the area gaining developed-market status. Banks, developers and tech companies are all on board. At least three listed companies — two in Singapore and one in Hong Kong — have articulated a GBA strategy that should reap earnings for shareholders.

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