The Chief Executive of Macau gave assurances in Beijing that the Government is taking all necessary measures to support the population to participate in and become a part of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area project.
Chui Sai On, who was speaking at the meeting of the Greater Bay Area Development Leaders Group, noted that a number of policies and benefits had been launched that create facilities for Macau citizens in terms of employment, learning, entrepreneurship and other areas in mainland China.
The Chief Executive also provided information about the work being done by the Macau Government with a view to integration into the Greater Bay Area, notably in its role as a centre for international technological innovation.
A statement from the Macau Government said that, “since the establishment of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area Development Leaders Group, the Central Government has launched a number of pro-Macau policies (…) that will allow participation by residents in the development of Greater Bay Area cities, especially in the area of taxes, supporting young entrepreneurs, developing innovation, science and technology and increasing the simplification of movement of people and logistics.”
Chui Sai On also gave assurances during the meeting that he would pass on to his successor Ho Iat Seng, who will be sworn in as Chief Executive of Macau on 20 December, the guidelines of the Leaders’ Group meetings.
The Greater Bay Area comprises 11 cities, among which Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau and Shenzhen have a leading role. (Macauhub)