After attending the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 5, the chief executive of Hong Kong SAR, Lin zhengyuee, will go to Beijing in the evening. Return to Hong Kong on November 7.
The chief executive of the Hong Kong SAR, Mrs Lam, will visit Beijing on the 5th.
According to a press release issued by the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on November 3, after attending the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Lin zhengyuee, will go to Beijing in the evening. The next morning, she will be received by Vice Premier Han Zheng of the State Council. Next afternoon, she will attend the third plenary meeting of the construction leading group (leading group) of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao. The Secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs, Mr Nie Dequan, and the chief executives office, Mr Chan Kwok Kee will accompany him.
It is reported that the leading group, headed by Vice Premier Han Zheng, held its first and second plenary meetings in August last year and March this year, respectively, and adopted a number of measures to facilitate the urban development, employment and residence of Hong Kong people in the interior of Dawan District, as well as to strengthen the convenient flow of people and logistics in Dawan district.
These measures include the calculation method of personal income tax paid in the mainland, the local governments provision of personal income tax differential subsidies for high-end and short-term talents from overseas (including Hong Kong), encouragement of Hong Kong and Macao youth to innovate and start businesses in nine cities in the mainland of Dawan District, support of Hong Kong and Macao universities and scientific research institutions to participate in the Guangdong Provincial Science and technology plan, and promotion of the facilitation of Hong Kong and Macao residents passes to and from the mainland And so on.
She will return to Hong Kong on November 7, the communique said. During her departure, Secretary for administration, Mr. Cheung Kin Chung, acted as chief executive.