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Re-appointment of Hong Kong Productivity Council Chairman
     The Government today (July 25) announced that the Chief Executive has re-appointed Mr Willy Lin Sun-mo as Chairman of the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) for two years starting from August 6, 2018.

     The Secretary for Innovation and Technology, Mr Nicholas W Yang, welcomed the re-appointment of Mr Lin as Chairman of the HKPC. "Under Mr Lin's able leadership in the past two years, the HKPC has been making valuable and significant contributions to support the Government's policy in driving 're-industrialisation' in Hong Kong and assist the industry in enhancing its competitiveness. I look forward to continuing to work with Mr Lin closely to promote the development of innovation and technology in Hong Kong," Mr Yang said.

     Mr Lin was first appointed as Chairman of the HKPC in August 2016.

     The HKPC was established in 1967 to promote increased productivity in Hong Kong. Its role is to provide integrated support to innovative and growth-oriented Hong Kong firms across the value chain. The HKPC's main sectoral focus is Hong Kong's manufacturing and related service activities, while its main geographical focus is Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. The HKPC provides its clients with a diverse range of support services in product development, consultancy, training and technology transfer.
Ends/Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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