Thursday, November 26, 2015   

CY thanks Guangdong for parallel trade crackdown
(02-06 12:21)

Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has thanked the Guangdong provincial government for its support in cracking down on parallel traders and mainland mothers who wish to give birth in Hong Kong.
He was speaking during a meeting with the Guangdong provincial governor, Zhu Xiaodan, and Guangdong party secretary, Hu Chunhua, in Guangzhou, RTHK reports.
Leung said he also hoped to expand cross-border co-operation with Guangdong province in future. Leung and four ministers will visit Shenzhen before returning to Hong Kong.
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