Chairman's Message
Chairman's Message

Capitalizing on Mainland Policies Favoring HK’s Growth to Accelerate Greater Bay Area Integration

It is important for Hong Kong to seize the opportunities available. Leveraging its unique strengths, Hong Kong should synergize with other Greater Bay Area cities to take the lead in generating new quality productive forces for the country and turn the area into one of the most vibrant, competitive economic regions in the country and even the world.


Hong Kong and Shenzhen seize the opportunities brought by reform and opening-up. The two cities will serve as the twin engine driving the construction of the Greater Bay Area and the realization of the country’s dual circulation strategy.


In the face of the looming challenges, Hong Kong society must stay united and actively prepare for post-pandemic recovery work to ensure the sustainable development of the Hong Kong economy.


In this difficult time, solidarity within society is of utmost importance. We must all stay alert and prepared, and flexibly adjust our strategies according to the environment, with the ultimate goal of relaunching the Hong Kong economy as quickly as possible.


The National Security Law will not affect Hong Kong’s intrinsic advantages.
In the long run, it is instrumental to creating a thriving and more stable business environment positive for the development of Hong Kong.


Social harmony and stability are conducive to a safe and stable business environment, which allows the community to focus on promoting economic and social developments and Hong Kong to embark on a new journey.


By working in solidarity, Hong Kong can be expected to ride out the
storm and get back on track soon.


In the face of the crisis, we must stay levelheaded, lay the groundwork for post-pandemic recovery and identify new opportunities.


The HKSAR government’s decisive implementation of large-scale relief measures will help mitigate the challenges brought by the external environment.


We hope the soon-to-be-announced Budget will provide continued short-term support measures to help companies to overcome the hurdles, and propose mid- to long-term policies aimed at promoting the diversification of industries.