The fourth anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Restart Alliance proposes development strategies and suggestions for the \”Four Major Centers\”

\”Hong Kong Commercial Daily\” reported that the Hong Kong New Departure Alliance announced the development proposals for the \”four major centers\” on Monday (20th), the fourth anniversary of its establishment. Leung Chun-ying, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People\’s Political Consultative Conference and general convener of the Grand Alliance, said that the Hong Kong Departure Alliance Investigation and research will be conducted around four major centers, including the International Trade Center, the Chinese and Foreign Culture and Art Exchange Center, the Regional Intellectual Property Trade Center and the International Aviation Hub. Secretary-General of the Grand Alliance Tam Yiu-chung revealed that he will meet with relevant departments of the SAR government to introduce relevant research reports. .

\”Hong Kong Commercial Daily\” reported that the Hong Kong Grand Alliance for a New Departure announced the development proposals for the \”Four Major Centers\” on Monday (20th) on the fourth anniversary of its establishment. The center’s research includes the International Trade Centre, the Chinese and Foreign Cultural and Art Exchange Center, the Regional Intellectual Property Trade Center and the International Aviation Hub Alliance. Secretary-General Tam Yiu-chung revealed that he will meet with relevant departments of the SAR government to introduce relevant research reports.
In his speech, Leung Chun-ying pointed out that under China\’s \”14th Five-Year Plan\”, Hong Kong\’s role and functions in the overall development of the country have been established to support Hong Kong\’s construction of \”Eight Centers\”.
Huang Yinghao, head of the International Trade Center Research Group and deputy secretary-general of the Grand Alliance, released the \”Hong Kong International Trade Center Development Strategy\”, looking forward to market opportunities in Southeast Asia and the Middle East, and proposed that cross-border e-commerce, digital technology and overseas logistics facility construction have become the current world trade industry development The strategy also recommends introducing global service industry multinational companies to set up operating headquarters and procurement logistics centers in Hong Kong to strengthen the introduction of international resources.
In addition, the alliance also proposed the \”Development Strategy of the Hong Kong Chinese and Foreign Cultural and Art Exchange Center\”, which suggested that Hong Kong\’s cultural industry should be developed and strengthened and combined with Hong Kong\’s own industrial development situation to analyze and suggest that art transactions, performing arts and creative design could be the focus of development in the future. industrial field.
In order to create a better industrial development ecology, the strategy also recommends that the government should break through the existing development thinking, review and redeploy the existing cultural management structure and cultural resource allocation, and secondly, expand the layout and market of cultural industries through cooperation with the mainland and surrounding cities, while encouraging cultural Finally, in terms of strengthening international cultural and artistic exchanges and cooperation, the cross-sector industrial cooperation recommends that the government establish a platform mechanism for cross-industry and cross-regional exchanges at home and abroad to increase exchange and display opportunities for overseas talents and cultural works while actively building a Hong Kong city brand.
As for the regional intellectual property trade center, the Hong Kong Restart Alliance recommends leveraging the advantages of Hong Kong\’s financial center and professional service industry to develop biomedical knowledge, intellectual property valuation and insurance. This strategy was proposed by Tam Wai-chu, Deputy Secretary-General of the Hong Kong Restart Alliance, Business and Economic Development Su Jinliang, the former director of the Bureau, was responsible for the investigation and research and proposed it.
Finally, the \”Developing Hong Kong International Aviation Hub\” strategic report released by the International Aviation Hub Research Group recommends the establishment of a high-level aviation development task force and relaxing the requirements for imported labor in the aviation industry. It includes well-known aviation professional training colleges and an increase in the list of designated institutions for professional qualification requirements. market competitiveness.
The Hong Kong Start Again Alliance was established in May 2020 by former Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-hwa and Leung Chun-ying. The co-sponsors include Li Ka-shing and his two sons, Kwok Bing-lian, Lee Shau-kee, Chen Delin, Yuan Guoqiang and other political and business figures.

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