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The Hong Kong Electronics Industry Association welcomes the "Chief Executive's 2021 Policy Address" to respond to industry suggestions to cultivate talents and support new economic drivers



The Hong Kong Electronics Industry Association welcomes the "Chief Executive's 2021 Policy Address" to respond to industry suggestions to cultivate talents and support new economic drivers

Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor released the fifth "Policy Address" during her term of office today (Wednesday, October 6, 2021). The Hong Kong Electronics Industry Association (HKEIA) welcomes the government's response to the industry's response to Cultivate talents, youth employment, expand the development of innovation, technology and industry bureau, establish a complete innovation and technology by providing more land and infrastructure facilities (development of New Territories and northern metropolitan areas), promote research and development, invest in technology, carry out re-industrialization and support university research The ecosystem, etc., creates a future for industrial, economic and social development to work together, injecting and creating huge power and opportunities.

Nurturing talents and youth development

The Hong Kong Electronics Industry Chamber of Commerce has been committed to promoting the development of the industry since its establishment, and has spared no effort to promote innovative technology and development of the Hong Kong electronics industry. President Dr. Ng Ho-ho said that he is happy to see the government’s various support programs for talent cultivation and youth development. In addition to injecting more motivation into the new generation of Hong Kong’s future strivers, it can also It can promote high-end economic development and seize the development opportunities of the "14th Five-Year Plan Outline" and the Greater Bay Area.

Reorganize government structure to improve governance efficiency

HKEIA is pleased to see the expansion of the Innovation, Technology and Industry Bureau, which will change the perception of Hong Kong's "industrial decline" and highlight the development of Hong Kong's re-industrialization driven by innovation and technology.

New economic power: integrating into the overall national development situation

The Chamber of Commerce fully supports the government in actively promoting the construction of an international innovation and technology center, making innovation and technology a new economic driving force for Hong Kong, and achieving an international innovation and technology center under the "14th Five-Year Plan Outline". HKEIA will continue to work with the government to promote "government, industry, academia and research" to establish a more complete innovation and technology ecosystem and become an innovation and technology hub.

Achieve carbon neutrality

HKEIA welcomes the government’s vision to invest $240 billion over the next 15 to 20 years to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

New atmosphere, new future

We are pleased to see that the "Policy Address" proposes that the development of the New Territories and northern metropolitan areas will have more room for development in terms of overall social and innovation and technology land planning, and give full play to more economies of scale. The cluster effect of science and technology industries also brings a lot of opportunities for developing industries and creating jobs.

The Hong Kong Electronics Industry Chamber of Commerce will actively cooperate with the key points put forward in the "Policy Address", integrate into the overall development of the country, inject a steady stream of power into technological innovation, economic and future development, and work together to create future.

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