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A change for Hong Kong

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Reporter: Tsai Ka Yi

Hong Kong always claims itself to be a first class international city, but we might be losing this honor if we stop improving ourselves, said Fanny Law.


Law, who has joint the government force since 1975, pointed out the Hong Kong has its strong competiveness in law and order, as well as incorruptibility to maintain a world-class metropolitan city, in a seminar at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.


Law was the Permanent Secretary for Education and Manpower in 2002, and was appointed the Commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in late 2006 till 2007. She said that even though a few government officers had been reported corrupting recently, she had confidence in the city’s law system.


“We are still having our advantages right now, however, nearby Asian cities are growing and we would be left out if there’s no improvement,” said Law. She pointed out the Hong Kong had no large-scale infrastructure carried out in the past 10 years, which might hinder tourism development. And the government’s simple taxing system, would make the distribution of wealth more uneven.


“Nearby cities like Singapore are catching up, the coming five years would be a critical stage for us, we have to work hard on our competitiveness and diverse ourselves into different areas other,” said Law.

--105032 2012年11月28日 (三) 00:12 (UTC)
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