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, in 2019, Taiwan was Hong Kong's third largest trading partner and Hong Kong was Taiwan's fourth largest trading partner, 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.
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Chairperson of the Hong Kong-Taiwan Economic and Cultural Cooperation and Promotion Council