Saturday, November 29, 2014   

CY meets President of Macedonia
(07-03 19:00)

Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying met the visiting President of the Republic of Macedonia Nikola Gruevski at Government House on Thursday to exchange views on issues of mutual concern.
Leung said that the total amount of bilateral trade between Hong Kong and Macedonia has been growing robustly in recent years. He pointed out that the business-friendly environment and quality infrastructure of Hong Kong offers an ideal gateway for foreign enterprises to access the market of the Chinese Mainland and across Asia.
Leung encouraged more Macedonian enterprises to set up businesses in Hong Kong and leverage on the close contacts of the city with the Mainland and the preferential measures under the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement to further explore the vast business opportunities of the Mainland market. --Xinhua   
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