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4 arrested for disorderly conduct

Police arrested four people after noticing that some individuals were displaying protest items that contained seditious wordings, chanting and committing unlawful acts in the vicinity of Causeway Bay since the afternoon of June 3.   Police announced the arrests in a statement and explained that upon investigation, they arrested the four individuals on suspicion of disorder in public places and doing an act or acts with seditious intention.   Additionally, four other people suspected of breaching public peace were brought to the police station for further investigation.   The force stressed that they are highly concerned about people attempting to incite and provoke others to commit illegal acts that endanger national security, public order and public safety.   Apart from stepping up patrols and enhancing intelligence-gathering, Police added that they will closely monitor the situation of various districts and strive to prevent and combat crimes.

Algernon Yau promotes HK in Hanoi

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Algernon Yau today met senior government officials and business leaders in Hanoi, Vietnam, to promote Hong Kong’s business advantages and opportunities.   He updated them on Hong Kong’s latest trade and economic development and explored collaboration opportunities in various areas.   During his first official visit to Vietnam, Mr Yau met with Deputy Minister of Industry & Trade Tran Quoc Khanh to discuss various trade and economic issues.   At the meeting, Mr Yau underlined the close trade and economic relations between Hong Kong and Vietnam, adding that Hong Kong is keen to take its economic integration with Vietnam to the next level by joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.   He also thanked Vietnam for its continued support for Hong Kong’s admission to the partnership.   In his meeting with Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry members, Mr Yau highlighted a number of measures announced in the Chief Executive’s 2022 Policy Address to attract enterprises and investments more proactively and aggressively.   He appealed to Vietnamese enterprises to leverage Hong Kong’s unique advantages to explore the tremendous opportunities available in the Mainland.   A Hong Kong business delegation comprising a number of Hong Kong chambers of commerce also attended the meeting.       Mr Yau also paid a courtesy call on Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam Xiong Bo in the afternoon to update him on Hong Kong’s latest economic situation.       On January 8, Mr Yau visited Hung Yen Industrial Park and met government officials to learn about the latest development of local enterprises and investment opportunities.   He also visited the ULIS-Jonathan KS Choi Cultural Centre in Vietnam National University in Hanoi.

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