The 2023 Annual Sessions of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (Two Sessions) are scheduled to be in session from 4 and 5 March respectively in Beijing. Four delegates who will attend these important meetings will share with members their insights at a Chamber roundtable luncheon on 20 March.
The 20th CCP Congress which took place at the end of last year established China's blueprint for modernizing the economy. The CCP also reaffirmed the Central Government's commitment to "fully, faithfully, and resolutely implement the policy of one country, two systems."
Now that the country has removed Covid-control measures, allowing the economy to start its recovery, GDP targets are expected to be adjusted upwards. The economic-social policies will also be in the spotlight at the Two Sessions, which will also have an impact on Hong Kong as part of the Greater Bay Area.
To help members understand China's new policy developments and their impact on Hong Kong businesses, the Chamber has invited five Chamber members who will attend to Two Sessions share their key takeaway messages and insights with members at a Chamber roundtable luncheon on 20 March.
Agnes Chan , Deputy Chairman, HKGCC; HKSAR Member of the National Committee of CPPCC
Douglas Woo , Vice Chairman, HKGCC; HKSAR Member of the National Committee of CPPCC
PC Yu , General Committee Member; HKSAR Member of the National Committee of CPPCC
David Lie , Former General Committee Member; HKSAR Member of the National Committee of CPPCC
Nick Chan , Chairman of the Chamber's Legal Committee; HKSAR Deputy to National People's Congress