Chief Executive meets
U.S. congressional delegation Hong Kong Chief Executive C. Y. Leung met the visiting United States Congressional delegation led by the co-chairs of the U.S.-China Working Group, Rick Larsen and Charles Boustany, at Government House on March 22 to exchange views on issues of mutual concern.
Hong Kong, Guangdong outline cooperation plan at conference The Chief Secretary for Administration of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region Government (HKSARG), Carrie Lam, and the Vice-Governor of Guangdong Province, Zhao Yufang, co-chaired the 19th Working Meeting of the Hong Kong/Guangdong Cooperation Joint Conference in Hong Kong on March 10.
Hong Kong launches
Asia Cruise Fund Hong Kong Commissioner for Tourism Philip Yung attended the annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference, March 11-12, to update key industry stakeholders on the latest developments of cruise tourism in Hong Kong, including the launch of the Asia Cruise Fund by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB).
Hong Kong releases long-term fiscal planning findings The Working Group on Long-Term Fiscal Planning released its report on the fiscal sustainability of the public finances in Hong Kong, covering the long-term trend projections on economic growth, government revenue and expenditure for the coming two to three decades.
Government committed to developing mediation services The Department of Justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the highest level of the Administration are firmly committed to the further promotion and development of mediation services in Hong Kong, said the Secretary for Justice, Rimsky Yuen, SC.
International IT Fest to showcase Hong Kong's strengths The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (HKSARG), in collaboration with its technology partners and the local information and communications technology (ICT) industry, will stage International IT Fest 2014 from April 7-20.
Offshore renminbi business booming at 10-year mark It's been 10 years since banks in Hong Kong became the first globally to provide personal customers with offshore renminbi banking services.