Transport and Logistics Secretary Lam Sai-hung left for the United States on Sunday to attend the 11th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Transport Ministerial Meeting.
Transportation ministers and senior officials from APEC’s 21 member economies will discuss transportation sector issues during the three-day meeting (May 15-17 US time).
That will include ways to strengthen the supply chain in Asia-Pacific to boost economic growth and job creation, as well as applying low- and zero-emission transportation technologies to address climate change.
Lam will share at a session on supply chain resilience on May 16 (US time) how Hong Kong’s close transportation network, infrastructure and communications with other economies have minimized the negative impact of the pandemic. of Covid in air cargo and logistics. The transport chief will also hold talks with representatives of other Apec member economies to exchange views on strengthening cooperation on transport matters.
Lam will return to Hong Kong on Friday morning (May 19).
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