Beijing and Hong Kong agreed to set up a top-level official mechanism to promote greater cooperation in trade, human resources and the 2008 Olympics-related activities. The announcement was made after Beijing Party Secretary Liu Qi and Beijing Mayor Wang Qishan met with Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa at a symposium on Beijing-Hong Kong ties. The Beijing-Hong Kong Economic and Trade Co-operation ï¿½Conferenceï¿½ will involve regular top-level exchanges and be under the leadership of the chief executives of both cities, which Tung called the two most important in China.
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