The move will boost economic development in the New Territories and address an unbalanced allocation of development opportunities in the city.
HONG KONG - It’s imperative for Hong Kong to strengthen its cross-boundary infrastructure for the city to play a crucial role in the country’s economic development, the special administrative region’s No 2 official said on Sunday.
By taking part in national strategies, Hong Kong will not only continue to go global, it will go “farther and faster”, he said.
The move will
to maintain the development momentum, Hong Kong has reserved 56 hectares of land for science and technology development, as well as industrial use, Cheung said.
A feasibility report is expected early next year, Cheung said.
development opportunities in the city.