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David Lie
SBS, OM, JP
Hong Kong and Taiwan have always had a close relationship. More than two million Taiwanese visit Hong Kong every year for business or leisure purposes. In addition, Hong Kong and Taiwan have already laid a strong foundation for co-operation, as evidenced by the fact that they are each other’s fourth largest trading partners, and total trade between the two economies has recorded continuous growth. There has also been a substantial flow of people and goods between the two places.

A number of initiatives promoting exchanges between the two places have been introduced to enhance Hong Kong-Taiwan relations and interaction in recent years. The establishment of the Hong Kong-Taiwan Economic and Cultural Cooperation and Promotion Council (ECCPC) is to complement the development of the cross-Strait relations to promote multi-faceted, multi-level exchanges with Taiwan. Looking ahead, the ECCPC will work closely with the HKSAR Government to further promote positive interactions for the mutual benefits of Hong Kong and Taiwan.

I sincerely invite you to visit this web page which provides information on the work and latest news of the ECCPC. Please let us know by e-mail or mail should you have any comments or suggestions on this web page or our work.

David Lie
Chairperson of the Hong Kong-Taiwan Economic and Cultural Cooperation and Promotion Council
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