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  • The HKSARG extends the social distancing measures until 25 August
  • The Government announced that the social distancing measures currently in place will be extended for seven days until 25 August. These measures include ceasing of selling food and drinks for consumption on premises of any catering business from 6pm to 4:59am of the subsequent day, prohibition of group gatherings of more than 2 persons in public places, and mask-wearing requirement in indoor or outdoor public place.
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  • Special work arrangement for government employees to be extended
  • In view of the local epidemic situation and the need to reduce people flow and social contacts, a spokesman for the Government announced that the special work arrangement for government employees will be extended for one week until August 23. Save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services, all other government employees will continue to work from home. In the coming week, government departments will closely monitor the development of the epidemic and keep the provision of various public services under review so as to make preparations for the gradual resumption of more services.
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  • The HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures
  • The Government announced that the social distancing measures currently in place will be extended for seven days until 18 August. These measures include ceasing of selling food and drinks for consumption on premises of any catering business from 6pm to 4:59am of the subsequent day, prohibition of group gatherings of more than 2 persons in public places, and mask-wearing requirement in indoor or outdoor public place.
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  • Special work arrangement for government employees in Hong Kong to be extended
  • As the local epidemic situation in Hong Kong remains severe, it is necessary for the Government to continue to take measures to significantly reduce the flow of people and social contacts in order to stop COVID-19 from further spreading in the community. A spokesman for the Government announced that the special work arrangement for government employees will be extended for one week until August 16.
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  • HKSAR Government responds to Report by All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hong Kong
  • The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) strongly deplored and opposed the report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hong Kong of the United Kingdom (UK) on 4 August. APPG does not represent the UK Parliament and comments in the report come from the information tendered by allegedly unnamed or anonymous persons. There is no actual evidence with regard to the reasons for imposing the so-called sanctions against Hong Kong.
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  • Security Bureau strongly condemns dissemination of fake news
  • The Security Bureau noticed that someone disseminated fake news on social media on 5 August, misleading members of the public that the Secretary for Security had stated that the Government would arrest or punish diplomatic personnel from countries that interfere in Hong Kong affairs and their nationals in Hong Kong. A spokesman for the Security Bureau stated that this is fake news with intention to create issues. The spokesman strongly condemns the ill-willed act of disseminating this fake news.
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  • The HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures
  • The Government announced that the social distancing measures currently in place will be extended for seven days until 11 August. These measures include ceasing of selling food and drinks for consumption on premises of any catering business from 6pm to 4:59am of the subsequent day, prohibition of group gatherings of more than 2 persons in public places, and mask-wearing requirement in indoor or outdoor public place.
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  • Latest arrangements for class commencement for schools in Hong Kong
  • The Education Bureau (EDB) has decided that schools, including international schools and kindergartens that generally commence schooling in August, as well as primary, secondary and special schools that commence in September, may commence the new school year in accordance with their originally scheduled dates. That said, in view of the severity of the epidemic, all face-to-face classes and on-campus activities will have to be suspended until further notice, and schools may switch to other modes, including online learning, to let students study at home.  The EDB will continue to closely monitor the development and announce the dates and arrangements for class resumption as soon as possible when the epidemic subsides.
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  • Legislative Council General Election postponed for a year
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government announced today (31 July) that, amid the severe COVID-19 epidemic situation, the Chief Executive in Council has decided to postpone the 2020 Legislative Council (LegCo) General Election, originally scheduled for 6 September 2020, for a year to 5 September 2021, in order to protect public safety and public health as well as ensure elections are conducted openly and fairly.
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  • The HKSAR Government allows catering businesses to resume daytime dine-in services from tomorrow
  • A Government spokesman said that, after reviewing the implementation of cessation of dine-in services for the entire day for catering businesses on 29 July, the Government has decided to allow the resumption of daytime dine-in services from 5am to 5.59pm with effect from 31 July until 4 August 2020, having noted the inconvenience and difficulties previously brought about for the public not working from home. The Government again strongly urges all employers to allow their employees to work from home as far as possible, thereby reducing the chance of infection when large groups of employees eat out during breakfast and lunch. Where possible, employers may implement flexible lunch hours or other measures to reduce the chances of employees going out and increasing contact among them.
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  • Social distancing measures in Hong Kong to be further tightened
  • A spokesman for the Food and Health Bureau said, "In view of the latest public health risk assessment, in particular the higher risks brought about by activities conducted without wearing masks as well as various social activities as shown in recent cases, we are of the view that it is now necessary to tighten social distancing measures, including requiring the cessation of dine-in services at catering businesses, incorporating more premises into the list of scheduled premises and requiring their closure, as well as requiring any person to wear mask at all times when entering or being present in any public place." These measures will take effect at 0.00am on 29 July 2020 (Wednesday).
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  • The HKSAR Government announces tightening of testing and quarantine arrangement for exempted persons
  • The Government today announced that crew change arrangement for passenger vessels and goods vessels without cargo operation in Hong Kong would be suspended with effect from 29 July. The testing and quarantine arrangement for sea crew members of goods vessels coming to Hong Kong for cargo operation, air crew members and other persons exempted from quarantine requirement (exempted persons) arriving Hong Kong will also be tightened.
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  • HKSAR Government deplores and opposes UK Government's interference in Hong Kong affairs
  • When the Sino-British Joint Declaration was signed, the Chinese Government and the UK Government exchanged memoranda in which the UK clearly pledged not to confer the right of abode in the UK on holders of the BN(O) passport who are Chinese nationals in Hong Kong. In fact, the UK government had all along had no intent to confer the right of abode in the UK on people in Hong Kong as reflected in various amendments in its laws or policies before Hong Kong’s return to China. Given the history, it is hypocritical for the UK to deliberately violate its pledge made in the British memorandum associated with the Sino-British Joint Declaration paying no regard to the Chinese firm opposition and repeated representations, and insist on using the BN(O) passport or status which some people in Hong Kong still hold for political maneuver on the pretext of changing the policy to provide a route for relevant persons to reside and obtain citizenship in the UK. The HKSAR Government deplores and opposes such move of the UK.
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  • Special work arrangement for Government employees to be extended
  • A spokesman for the Government announced today (23 July) that the special work arrangement for government employees will be extended for one week until 2 August. Save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services, all other government employees will continue to work from home. The Government will closely monitor the epidemic situation and review the arrangement in due course.
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  • Latest legislative amendments and specifications under Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance gazetted
  • The latest legislative amendments and specifications include amendments to the Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) (Public Transport) Regulation (the title of which would be amended to Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) Regulation) (Cap. 599I) to expand the scope of places at which a person is required to wear mask to public places, including all indoor public places, public transport termini and interchanges as relevant public places for the coming 14 days from 23 July onwards.  Specifications under the Prevention and Control of Disease (Regulation of Cross-boundary Conveyances and Travellers) Regulation (Cap. 599H) were gazetted to expand the scope of specified places to include Kazakhstan and the United States of America as additional specified places with effect from 29 July.   Validity of the public health emergency regulations has also been extended, including that of the expiry date of the Compulsory Quarantine of Persons Arriving at Hong Kong from Foreign Places Regulation (Cap. 599E) being extended from 18 September to 31 December 31 2020.
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  • The HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures
  • Existing social distancing measures, including the prohibition of group gatherings of 4 persons or above in public places, limitation of no more than 4 persons each table in catering premises, suspension of selling food and drinks for consumption on premises from 6pm to 4:59am of the subsequent day, as well as closure of amusement game centres, bathhouses, fitness centres, places of entertainment, places of public entertainment, party rooms, night clubs, karaoke establishments, mahjong-tin kau premises, beauty parlours and massage establishments, will be extended to 28 July 2020.
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  • The Government further introduces measures to control COVID-19
  • In view of the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong, the Chief Executive announced that the "work from home" arrangement for civil servants would be reintroduced for a week from 20 July 2020. The Government is also considering a legislation to mandate people to wear mask in public indoor places.
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  • Conditions imposed on travellers coming to Hong Kong from high risk places
  • Specifications under the Prevention and Control of Disease (Regulation on Cross-boundary Conveyances and Travellers) Regulation to impose conditions based on public health grounds on travellers who have visited specified high risk places within 14 days before arrival in Hong Kong were gazetted. From 0.00am 25 July 2020, a traveller who, on the day on which the traveller boarded a civil aviation aircraft that arrives at, or is about to arrive at Hong Kong (specified aircraft), or during the 14 days before that day, has stayed in any specified place (i.e. Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa), must provide documentation including but not limited to a negative result of nucleic acid test for COVID-19. The arrangement will remain effective until further notice.
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  • The HKSAR government announces details about the conditions to be imposed on travellers coming to Hong Kong on cross-boundary conveyances, and the mandatory requirement to wear masks on transport carriers
  • As part of the measures announced by the HKSAR government on 13 July to contain the spread of COVID-19, from 15 July, a mechanism would be introduce to empower the Secretary for Food and Health (the Secretary) to impose conditions related to the prevention and control of the specified disease or protection of public health, on cross-boundary conveyances arriving at Hong Kong from specified places and relevant travellers coming to Hong Kong on the conveyances. The mechanism empowers the government to flexibly impose various conditions on travellers, either based on their originating place (e.g. specific high-risk places), or solely having regard to the office they assume (e.g. air crew or sea crew), including requiring inbound travellers from cross-boundary conveyances to obtain a negative result from a COVID-19 test conducted by a recognised laboratory before arriving at Hong Kong. The Secretary will issue directions on the above matters in due course.
    Besides, the Secretary has published in the Gazette a notice, specifying for the period of 14 days from 0.00am of July 15 to July 28, 2020, a person must wear a mask at all times in Hong Kong when the person is boarding or on board a public transport carrier, or is entering or present in an MTR paid area.
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  • The HKSAR government further tightens social distancing measures (13 July)
  • The HKSAR government announced on 13 July that social distancing measures would be tightened up further from 15 July 2020, in view of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong. For catering business, from 6pm to 4:59am of the following day, they must cease selling or supplying food or drink for consumption on the premises of the business; capacity limit of catering premises has been further reduced to 50% of their normal seating capacities at any one time; and no more than four persons might be seated together at one table within any catering premises. The number of persons allowed in group gatherings in public places would be adjusted to 4. Bar, pubs as well as scheduled premises such as places of amusement and places of public entertainment are also temporarily suspended.
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  • The HKSAR government tightens social distancing measures (9 July)
  • On 9 July, in view of the latest epidemic situation of COVID-19 in Hong Kong including the new cases recorded recently, the HKSAR government announced that certain existing social distancing measures would be tightened. They include lowering the capacity limit for catering business to 60% of their normal seating capacities at any one time; no more than eight persons might be seated together at one table within any catering premises; banning eating or drinking inside cinemas and all places of public entertainment with live performance; as well as tightening the number of persons allowed in certain scheduled premises. These measures would come into effect on 11 July 2020 for a period of 14 days till 24 July 2020.
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  • New testing arrangement at Hong Kong International Airport announced
  • From 8 July, crew members of aircraft and vessels entering Hong Kong via Hong Kong International Airport will be subject to a mandatory COVID-19 testing at the Department of Health Temporary Specimen Collection Centre at the AsiaWorld-Expo, in addition to a 14-day medical surveillance, upon arrival.
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  • Implementation Rules for Article 43 of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region gazetted
  • Implementation Rules for Article 43 of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Implementation Rules) were gazetted today (July 6) and will take effect on July 7. At the first meeting of the Committee for Safeguarding National Security of the HKSAR (National Security Committee) on July 6, the Chief Executive, in conjunction with the National Security Committee, exercised the power under Article 43 of the National Security Law to make relevant implementation rules for law enforcement agencies such as the department for safeguarding national security of the Hong Kong Police Force to implement the measures stipulated under Article 43. The Implementation Rules provide for rules that relevant officers should observe when carrying out the specific measures concerned to prevent, suppress and impose punishment for offences endangering national security, and relevant offences and penalties for the effective implementation of the measures, so as to improve the enforcement mechanisms for the HKSAR to safeguard national security.
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  • The Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region gazetted and takes immediate effect
  • The Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (the National Security Law) was gazetted for promulgation on June 30 and took effect at 11pm (Hong Kong time) the same day.
    The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) passed the National Security Law on 30 June and listed the legislation in Annex III to the Basic Law after consulting the NPCSC's Committee for the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the HKSAR Government as required under Article 18 of the Basic Law. The National Security Law was enacted according to the Constitution of the People's Republic of China, the Basic Law and the "Decision of the National People's Congress on Establishing and Improving the Legal System and Enforcement Mechanisms for Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" (the Decision). The National Security Law would be applied by promulgation in the HKSAR in accordance with the Decision. The Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, signed the promulgation and the National Security Law took effect upon gazettal on June 30.
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  • The HKSAR government relaxes social distancing measures (30 June)
  • The Government announced on 30 June relaxations to certain social distancing measures, in view of the latest public health risk assessment. Specifically, on catering business, the restriction on the number of customers at a bar/pub will be relaxed by increasing such limit from not exceeding 50 per cent of the normal seating capacity of that premises to 80 per cent; on scheduled premises, the restriction on the number of persons at large-scale entertainment stations, machines or facilities at places of public entertainment, cinemas or all places of public entertainment with live performance, as well as clubs or nightclubs, will be relaxed by increasing such cap from 50 per cent of the capacity to 80 per cent. On the other hand, the number of persons allowed in group gatherings in public places will be maintained at 50. The latest directions will come into effect on 3 July for a period of 14 days till 16 July.
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  • The HKSAR government relaxes social distancing measures
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced adjustments and relaxations to the social distancing measures in relation to catering businesses, scheduled premises and group gatherings in public places having regard to the latest situation. Among them, the number of persons allowed in group gatherings in public places will be relaxed from eight to 50, and group gatherings at catering business premises would be exempted from the restriction on the number of persons at group gatherings. The limit on the number of persons allowed to be seated together at one table for catering businesses will also be removed, while the number of persons allowed to be seated together at one table in bars/pubs will be increased from four to eight. The measures will come into effect on June 19, 2020 for a period of 14 days till July 2, 2020
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  • The HKSAR government extends existing social distancing measures
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced on 2 June the existing regulations and restrictions on catering premises and scheduled premises as well as prohibition of group gatherings with more than eight persons in public places will be extended for 14 days until 18 June 2020. Whilst the expiry date of Compulsory Quarantine of Certain Persons Arriving at Hong Kong Regulation (Cap. 599C) will be extended to 7 July 2020 and the Compulsory Quarantine of Persons Arriving at Hong Kong from Foreign Places Regulation (Cap. 599E) to 18 September 2020, a mechanism will be introduced to allow consideration of gradual relaxation of compulsory quarantine requirements for persons arriving from specific countries and places after assessing the relevant public health risks.
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  • Bringing a pandemic to heel: Hong Kong's experience
  • Since early January, Hong Kong has taken timely and robust measures to combat COVID-19, enabling the city to limit the spread of the virus. Hong Kong's successful experience could serve as a useful reference for the world in the battle against the pandemic.
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  • Notice for Candidates: Common Recruitment Examination and Basic Law Test in Hong Kong in June 2020
  • The application for the coming Common Recruitment Examination and Basic Law Test of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government scheduled for 6 and 13 June 2020 in Hong Kong was closed at 5:00pm on 29 April 2020 (Hong Kong time). Candidates will be arranged to sit the examination on one of dates mainly according to their choice of examination papers. An email will be sent to candidates between 21 and 26 May 2020 notifying them of the relevant examination details. If any candidates do not receive the email by 27 May 2020, they should immediately contact the Civil Service Examination Units by phone at (852) 2537 6429 or by e-mail to csbcseu@csb.gov.hk. Please click here for further information.
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  • The HKSAR government announces latest social distancing measures
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced on 19 May the extension to the social distancing measures in relation to catering businesses, scheduled premises and group gatherings in public places, as well as appropriate adjustments to these measures having regard to the latest situation. The prohibition of group gatherings with more than eight persons in public places will remain in force for 14 days until 4 June, while religious gatherings will be exempted subject to conditions.
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  • The HKSAR government announces lifting of certain social distancing measures
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced on 5 May adjustments to some of the implemented social distancing measures in relation to catering business, scheduled premises and group gathering in public places. These changes, which include relaxing the number of persons allowed in group gatherings in public places from four to eight, and allowing certain scheduled premises such as bars and pubs, places of amusement and places of public entertainment to resume operation subject to conditions, are introduced in light of the more stabilised situation in Hong Kong in terms of the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the recent weeks and the 'suppress and lift' strategy adopted to contain the epidemic. The adjustments will come into effect from 8 May 2020 for 14 days till 21 May 2020.
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  • HKSAR Government strongly refutes foreign politicians' recent remarks on Hong Kong
  • On recent allegations made by certain officials and politicians in the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Parliament relating to a Hong Kong Police's arrest operation on 18 April and other security matters, a spokesman for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government said on 1 May that they were totally unfounded and amounted to a serious intervention in Hong Kong's affairs. The Government strongly disagreed with the grossly irresponsible remarks and expressed deep regret about them.
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  • The Hong Kong government extends the existing compulsory quarantine requirements for all arrivals from the Mainland of China, Macao and Taiwan
  • While the number of confirmed cases in Hong Kong appears to have stabilised in recent days, the COVID-19 pandemic remains volatile around the globe, and there is still a need to sustain the control over any secondary infections brought about by imported cases or cases with travel history from cross-boundary travel. With a view to continuing our safeguards against any sudden turn in the COVID-19 situation in Hong Kong while allowing for adjustments of the public health measures, the Hong Kong government announces that the existing compulsory quarantine requirements for all arrivals from the Mainland of China, Macao and Taiwan will be extended until 7 June 2020. Exemptions will also be broadened to cover persons fulfilling specified criteria, such as those who need to enter Hong Kong for recognised educational purposes, and those whose travelling is necessary for specified purposes that are in the interest of Hong Kong's economic development.
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  • The Hong Kong Government enhances testing arrangements for asymptomatic inbound travellers
  • Starting from April 22, 2020, all asymptomatic inbound travellers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport will be mandated to wait for test results at a designated location after their deep throat saliva samples are collected by the Department of Health (DH) for the conduct of COVID-19 tests at the Temporary Specimen Collection Centre (TSCC) at AsiaWorld-Expo. Inbound passengers arriving in the mornings will stay at the TSCC to wait for test results which will be available on the same day. As for inbound passengers arriving in the afternoons or at nights, since their test results will not be available on the same day, they will be taken by coaches to DH's Holding Centre in the Regal Oriental Hotel to wait for their results.
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  • The Hong Kong Government announces enhancements to anti-epidemic measures in four aspects
  • With a large number of Hong Kong residents returning from overseas countries where the spread COVID-19 has become rampant, the number of imported cases in Hong Kong has surged and some clusters of community-acquired cases have been detected, Hong Kong Government sees the need to respond quickly with enhanced anti-epidemic measures in four aspects, including restricting entry of non-Hong Kong residents under certain circumstances.
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  • The Hong Kong Department of Health to further extend health quarantine arrangements on inbound travellers from overseas
  • Following the Security Bureau's announcement today (March 17) that in view of the health risks arising from the persistent and rapid increase in the number of COVID-19 cases globally, the Red Outbound Travel Alert (OTA) has been issued on all overseas countries/territories based on public health considerations, the Department of Health (DH) will extend health quarantine arrangements on inbound travellers arriving from all countries/territories accordingly and demand them to undergo compulsory quarantine.
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  • Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent
  • “Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent” refers to the cluster of viral pneumonia cases occurring in Wuhan, Hubei Province, since December 2019. According to investigation by the Mainland health authorities, a novel coronavirus is found to be the causative agent.
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  • Government refutes biased and misleading allegations
  • In response to media enquiries on an overseas media report that alleges in its headline that "In Hong Kong crackdown, Police repeatedly broke their own rules and faced no consequences", a Government spokesman has today (December 26) strongly refuted this claim which is biased and misleading.
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  • Hong Kong firmly upholds freedoms and human rights
  • A Government spokesman stressed today (December 26) that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government attached "the utmost importance to and firmly upheld human rights and various freedoms" in Hong Kong.
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  • Government refutes HK Watch allegations
  • A Government spokesman has today (December 25) refuted in the strongest possible terms the statement issued earlier by Hong Kong Watch accusing the Hong Kong Police Force of taking brutal action against "peaceful shoppers and protesters" celebrating Christmas Eve in Tsim Sha Tsui and other areas.
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  • Secretary for the Environment to visit Copenhagen
  • The Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, will depart for Copenhagen, Denmark, in the small hours tomorrow (October 9) to attend the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) World Mayors Summit 2019 and the C40 Steering Committee meeting. He will meet with municipal officials and stakeholders to exchange views on a variety of environmental issues related to climate change, and will also visit a major waste-to-energy facility.
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  • Hong Kong Update
  • In recent weeks, protests in Hong Kong have made the headlines and have caused some inconvenience to visitors. But Hong Kong remains a welcoming city for tourists and investors, and a safe place for travellers from around the world. This online portal puts the facts at your fingertips, covering transportation advice, clarifications of fake news, government press releases, conferences and events and more. It provides useful and timely information for businesspeople, travellers and residents alike.
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  • Hong Kong art show a hit in London (with photos)
  • Art lovers and dealers have the opportunity to see works from one of Hong Kong's leading art fairs at the Fine Art Asia Showcase within Masterpiece London 2019, one of the key events in the art and design world, from June 27 - July 3 (London time).
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  • Hong Kong welcomes Year of Pig in London (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), greeted the Year of the Pig in the United Kingdom (UK) by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London on February 12 (London time) and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square and Chinatown on February 10.
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  • London ETO supports theatre performance of a Hong Kong story (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), sponsored a theatre performance "Citizens of Nowhere?" which was played at the restaurant Duddell's in London on January 31 (London time). It is a live audio drama about a British-Hong Kong family dining in the restaurant and plays out in real time.
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  • One year on - UK and Hong Kong agreement on promoting fintech
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) in partnership with the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) and Invest Hong Kong, celebrated the first anniversary of the Hong Kong - UK FinTech Bridge – a significant agreement providing a framework to promote fintech development in both places – with a panel discussion and reception hosted by Standard Chartered bank in London on 11 October.
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  • Chief Secretary for Administration to visit UK
  • The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, will depart for London, the United Kingdom (UK), in the early hours on September 26 (Wednesday) for a duty visit.
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  • Speech by Secretary for IT at luncheon in London (English only)
  • Following is the speech by the Secretary for Innovation and Technology, Mr Nicholas W Yang, at a luncheon with key players in the innovation and technology (I&T) sector in London co-organised by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London and the Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) today (June 26, London time)
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  • Secretary for Justice to visit UK
  • The Secretary for Justice, Ms Teresa Cheng, SC, will visit London, the United Kingdom (UK), from June 13 to 16 to update key figures in the UK legal sector on Hong Kong's latest developments of international legal and dispute resolution services and to promote Hong Kong's role as a legal and deal making hub.
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HKSAR and UK issue joint statement on closer collaboration on trade and economic matters
  • HKSAR and UK issue joint statement on closer collaboration on trade and economic matters
  • The Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSARG) and the Department for International Trade (DIT) of the United Kingdom (UK) issued a Joint Statement on Closer Collaboration between UK and Hong Kong on Trade and Economic Matters today (March 21) to forge broader and deeper collaboration on a number of priority areas.
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Secretary for the Civil Service continues his visit in Europe
Secretary for the Civil Service starts his visit in Europe
Chinese New Year (Dog) 2018
  • Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Dog in London (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), greeted the Year of the Dog in the United Kingdom by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London on February 21 (London time) and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Charing Cross Road on February 18.
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  • Secretary for Education attends Education World Forum in UK
  • He participated in the opening session and keynote sessions of the Forum to join education ministers, including the new Secretary of State for Education of the UK, Mr Damian Hinds, and policy advisers representing over 80 per cent of the world's population to deliberate on future education policy.
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  • London ETO promotes Hong Kong films in London (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), promoted the achievements of Hong Kong's film industry in the past 20 years by supporting the "Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema 1997-2017" film festival in London from November 17-19.
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  • London ETO promotes Hong Kong films in Manchester (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), promoted the achievements of Hong Kong's film industry in the past 20 years by supporting the "Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema 1997-2017" ("Creative Visions") film festival at HOME, Manchester from October 7-26.
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  • Hong Kong Chief Executive continues UK visit (with photos/videos)
  • The Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, accompanied by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Edward Yau, and the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Mr James Lau, continued her visit to London, the United Kingdom (UK), today (September 21, London time).
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  • HK and UK signed agreement on FinTech co-operation (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the United Kingdom (UK) Government entered into a FinTech Bridge Agreement (Agreement) on September 20 (London time) to foster collaboration between the two economies in promoting financial innovation.
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  • London ETO promotes Hong Kong films in Moscow (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) is promoting the achievements of Hong Kong's film industry over the past 20 years by supporting the "Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema 1997-2017" (Creative Visions) film festival from September 5 to 10 at Moscow’s Gorizont Cinema.
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Secretary of Justice
  • Hong Kong upholds judicial independence - 24 August 2017
  • The Secretary for Justice, Mr Rimsky Yuen, explained the different stages of Hong Kong's legal and judicial process in reaction to comments on the Court of Appeal custodial sentence imposed on Joshua Wong, Alex Chow and Nathan Law on 17 August.
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  • Shakespeare's play "Titus Andronicus 2.0" from Hong Kong staged in London
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) promoted Hong Kong's vibrant performing arts scene by supporting performances of Tang Shu-wing (TSW) Theatre Studio's "Titus Andronicus 2.0" at the New Diorama Theatre in London on August 4 and 5 (London time), as part of its programme of events to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).
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  • New team of Principal Officials appointed (with photos)
  • The Central People's Government, on the nomination of the Chief Executive-elect, Mrs Carrie Lam, today (June 21) approved the appointments of Principal Officials of the fifth term of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government.
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  • Secretary for Justice visits Oxford (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Justice, Mr Rimsky Yuen, SC, said in Oxford, the United Kingdom, on May 25 (UK time) that the 20 years since 1997 have witnessed a period of healthy development of common law in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).
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  • Secretary for Justice starts visit to London (with photos)
  • The rule of law is the very spirit and foundation of the common law system. By providing for the continuation of the common law system in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the Basic Law in the same breath provides the constitutional guarantee for the rule of law in the HKSAR, the Secretary for Justice, Mr Rimsky Yuen, SC, said in London, the United Kingdom (UK) on May 24 (UK time).
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  • London ETO launches 20th Anniversary website and programme booklet
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London has formally announced its programme of events to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The booklet containing the programme of events is available here and an interactive calendar of events is available online here.
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  • Visit by the Secretary for Transport and Housing to London
  • Secretary for Transport and Housing Professor Anthony Cheung visited London on February 27-29. He led a delegation comprising members of the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board and representatives of the maritime industry to promote Hong Kong as an international maritime centre. During his visit Prof. Cheung also met with UK Transport Minister John Hayes.
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  • Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Rooster in London.
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO), greeted the Year of the Rooster by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London on February 8 (London time) and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Charing Cross Road on January 29.
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  • Chief Secretary for Administration continues visit to UK
  • The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mrs Carrie Lam, continued her visit to London, the United Kingdom (UK), today (September 26, London time) to meet with senior government officials and representatives from the business and infrastructure sectors to boost Hong Kong links with London.
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  • Chief Secretary for Administration visits UK.
  • The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mrs Carrie Lam, began her visit in London, the United Kingdom (UK), today (September 25, London time). She visited the Tate Modern museum and met with Hong Kong students and residents there and provided them with updates on developments in Hong Kong.
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Battery
  • Wanted: good ideas for old electric vehicle batteries
  • Calling all inventors! Hong Kong has launched an international competition seeking ideas to give old electric vehicle (EV) batteries a new lease of life. As the popularity of EVs rises, so does the use of the batteries that power them. The Competition will be divided into two groups, one open to all and one for students up to high school level. Closing date for registration is midnight (HK time) on 31 October 2016. More information on www.epd.gov.hk/epd/misc/2ndEVbattery/en/ or on Facebook page.
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  • Hong Kong: a technology "super-connector" for Asia (English only)
  • Hong Kong offers many strengths and advantages as a technology "super-connector" for Asia, said the Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, Ms Priscilla To. She was speaking on June 20 (London time) at a business seminar held by Invest Hong Kong in partnership with the Institute of Directors, City of London branch. The event was part of London Technology Week, and supported by Tech London Advocates.
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  • Hong Kong and Latvia enter into tax pact
  • The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Professor K C Chan, on behalf of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, signed in Riga today (April 13, Riga time) a comprehensive agreement for the avoidance of double taxation (CDTA) with Latvia. Representing the Government of Latvia to sign the agreement was its Minister of Finance, Mrs Dana Reizniece-Ozola.
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London ETO welcomes Year of the Monkey in Edinburgh
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  • Hong Kong welcomes Year of Monkey in London (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) greeted the Year of the Monkey by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London on February 17 and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue on February 14.
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  • Join us to celebrate the Year of the Monkey at the London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration
  • Come and celebrate the start of the Year of the Monkey with us at the London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue on Sunday 14 February. Look out for our marquee in Trafalgar Square, with games and festive souvenirs. See if you can spot people dressed as Hong Kong's iconic Star Ferries and trams. We are also bringing renowned Hong Kong musical group Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble to perform traditional music on the main Trafalgar Square stage. Share your Year of the Monkey photos with us on Twitter by tagging your pictures with #myHKCNYinLondon.
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Scholarship
  • Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers
  • The Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers (the Scholarship) is set up by the Education Bureau, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region as one of a series of measures to enhance the professionalism of English teachers in Hong Kong.
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 New Director-General of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, assumes office (with photo)
 Hong Kong film director Johnnie To's new film
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HK and UK sign MOU on health co-operation
  • HK and UK sign MOU on health co-operation
  • The Secretary for Food and Health, Dr Ko Wing-man, and the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health of the United Kingdom (UK), Ms Jane Ellison, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on health co-operation in London today (October 15, London time).
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  • Speech by SFST at London Business School (English only) (with photos)
  • Following is the speech by the Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Professor K C Chan, on Hong Kong's role as China's global financial centre: Opportunities and Outlook, at a seminar organised by the London Business School in London yesterday (May 13, London time).
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  • SFST starts visit to Stockholm (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Professor K C Chan, started his visit to Stockholm yesterday (May 11, Stockholm time) to promote Hong Kong as a leading offshore Renminbi hub and to learn more about the developments of financial technologies (Fintech) in the city.
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  • Chief Secretary: "Historic opportunity for Hong Kong constitutional development"
  • Yesterday (April 22), the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region released its proposals for the election of the Chief Executive (CE) in 2017 by universal suffrage. The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mrs Carrie Lam, describes it as a "Historic opportunity for Hong Kong constitutional development"
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SCED continues visit to Russia
SCED's speech at Chinese New Year reception in Moscow
  • SCED's speech at Chinese New Year reception in Moscow
  • The following is the speech by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Gregory So, at a Chinese New Year reception in Moscow jointly hosted by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council today (March 16, Moscow time).
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  • SCED begins visit to Russia.
  • The Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Mr Gregory So, started the first day of his visit programme in Moscow, Russia, today (March 16, Moscow time) to promote Hong Kong's business opportunities and strengthen bilateral trade relations.
Hong Kong welcomes Year of the Ram in Russia, Denmark and Sweden (with photos)
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UK secondary school students offered chance to win a place at a university summer school in Hong Kong!
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Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Ram in London with music (with photos)
  • Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Ram in London with music (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) greeted the Year of the Ram by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London on February 23 (London time) and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue on February 22 (London time).
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Population Policy
  • Chief Secretary releases Population Policy report
  • On January 15 the Government released a report on "Population Policy - Strategies and Initiatives". The report was compiled following a public engagement exercise and research carried out in 2013 and 2014 by the Steering Committee on Population Policy (SCPP) chaired by the Chief Secretary for Administration.
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  • Financial Secretary visits London (with photos)
  • The Financial Secretary, Mr John C Tsang, followed a busy schedule in London on October 30 and 31 to strengthen economic and trade ties between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom in the last stop of his three-city visit to Paris, Milan and London from October 28 to 31.
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  • October 2014 HK Review now available
  • The latest edition of the Hong Kong Review, newsletter of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London is now online. The complete file can be found on our website here.
London ETO once again supports dragon boat festival in London (with photos)
UK secondary school students win places at university summer school in Hong Kong (with photos)
SED continues visit to Finland (with photos)
  • SED continues visit to Finland (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Education (SED), Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, today (May 22, Helsinki time) continued his duty visit to Finland to learn more about its good practices and development plans as a leading education system in the European Union.
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  • SFH visits London (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Food and Health, Dr Ko Wing-man, began his duty visit to London, the United Kingdom (UK), by meeting with the Chair of the General Medical Council (GMC), Professor Sir Peter Rubin, this morning (May 16, London time).
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  • February 2014 HK Review now available
  • The latest edition of the Hong Kong Review, newsletter of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London is now online. The complete file can be found on our website here.
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  • CE tours Swedish innovation sites
  • On day two of his visit to Stockholm, Chief Executive CY Leung visited two landmarks renowned for promoting innovative technology developments.
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  • CE promotes HK-Sweden collaboration
  • Hong Kong is always open to new ideas and opportunities and welcomes overseas collaboration, Chief Executive CY Leung said at a business dinner on the first day of his visit to Stockholm.
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UK secondary school students offered chance to win a place at a university summer school in Hong Kong!
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  • SEN continues visit to UK on waste management (with photos)
  • The Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, continued his visit to the United Kingdom yesterday (March 4, London time) to exchange views with local officials and experts on waste management issues and learn more about thermal waste treatment facilities in the United Kingdom.
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  • SEN starts visit on waste management in UK (with photos)
  • The Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, started his visit to the United Kingdom on March 3 (London time) by first touring the waste-to-energy facilities to keep abreast of the development of technology applications in treating waste.
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Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Horse in London with music
  • Hong Kong welcomes the Year of the Horse in London with music (with photos)
  • The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London (London ETO) greeted the Year of the Horse by hosting a Chinese New Year reception in London yesterday (February 6, London time) and participating in the large-scale London Chinatown Chinese New Year celebration in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown and Shaftesbury Avenue on February 2, London time.
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  • SED concludes visit to UK (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Education (SED), Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, yesterday (January 22, London time) concluded his three-day official visit to London, the United Kingdom (UK).
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  • SED addresses Education World Forum (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Education (SED), Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, yesterday (January 21, London time) addressed the Education World Forum in London, the United Kingdom (UK), introducing to education ministers from around the world the latest developments and future directions of Hong Kong in education.
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  • SED participates in Education World Forum (with photos)
  • The Secretary for Education (SED), Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, will speak at the Education World Forum (EWF) in London, the United Kingdom (UK) today (January 21, London time) on the latest developments and priorities of Hong Kong in education, including the new education and youth initiatives announced in the 2014 Policy Address.
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