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Hong Kong’s opportunities in Bridging the world (17.10.2021)

I attended the 130th session of the China Import and Export Fair (Canton Fair) in Guangzhou last week. The Canton Fair is a comprehensive international trading event with the longest history, the largest scale, the most complete exhibit variety organised by our Country. That is why it is also regarded as a “barometer” on China’s external trade. The latest session is the first physical fair organised since the outbreak of the pandemic early last year, which is also the biggest fair held in physical form under the pandemic around the world. This not only reflects our Country’s capability and confidence in controlling the pandemic, but also our Country’s steady economic growth, which plays an important role in supporting global trade and economic activities.

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A new development paradigm with South-North dual engine (10.10.2021)

In our history of developing from a fishing village to a trading port and then a financial centre, Hong Kong’s major economic activities have been centering at the two sides of the Victoria Harbour, i.e. the districts at the north of Hong Kong Island and the south of Kowloon. Although this development pattern has its historic background, it should not be assumed as a must. Moreover, this pattern has not taken into account the division of labour and co-development between Hong Kong and our nearby cities. With our economic development bonded with the Country, and the deepening of our connections and cooperation with nearby Mainland cities, as well as the Central Government’s support and hope on us as reflected in the positioning of Hong Kong under the 14th Five-year Plan and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Development, how should Hong Kong formulate its spatial development strategy and land use planning for the benefit of our long-term economic and social development?

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