Monday, August 31, 2015   

CY says no to cutting tourist numbers
(05-27 10:37)

The Chief Executive C Y Leung says there is no plan to reduce the number of mainland visitors to Hong Kong by 20 percent -- following a number of media reports.
Speaking ahead of the weekly Executive Council meeting, Leung said there had only been discussions about tourism at a meeting of the Commission on Strategic Development on Monday -- and that no decisions had been taken.
Leung said the government is still in the process of listening to the views of the community. -- RTHK   
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