Hong Kong Economic KONG

Hong Kong Economic KONG

5 Pages · 2012 · 751 KB · English

Screening of two Hong Kong films at the Stockholm Film Festival Saturday,10 November Hong Kong participating in Lord Mayor’s Show Wednesday, 14 November

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Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London November 2012 Review HONG KO N G New Chief e xecutive takes office H ong Kong’s new Chief Executive, Mr C Y Leung, was sworn in at the inauguration of the fourth-term Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government together with his team of Principal Of ficials on 1 July. Hong Kong returned to Chinese sovereignty 15 years ago on the same day, in 1997. Above: The Chief Executive, Mr C Y Leung, speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the new Hong Kong Government, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. IN THIS ISSUE... Progressive society “My goal is to develop the economy, improve people’s livelihood, promote democracy and build a more prosperous, progressive and righteous society,” said Mr Leung, who won the election for Chief Executive in March. Speaking at his inaugural address, Mr Leung added that he would lead Hong Kong in “seeking change while preserving stability”. Mr Leung thanked his predecessors, Mr Tung Chee-hwa and Mr Donald Tsang, saying that their “relentless efforts have laid down a solid foundation for the successful implementation of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ in Hong Kong.” i n touch The new Chief Executive said his team would continue to stay in close touch with the people, so as to “narrow both the physical and psychological distances between the Government and the community”. Stressing that continued economic development is the foundation of Hong Kong’s prosperity, Mr Leung announced that three new preparatory task forces would start work immediately to review policies and strategies on economic development, financial services development and reducing poverty. Affluent society As a generally affluent society, everyone in the Hong Kong community should be able to share in the fruits of our economic development, he stressed. “We must capitalise on the opportunities to consolidate and elevate Hong

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