Commerce and Economic Development Bureau

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Commerce and Economic Development Bureau

商務及經濟發展局
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Agency overview
Formed 2007
Headquarters Central, Hong Kong
Minister responsible Gregory So, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
Agency executives Wong Ho-yuen, Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development(Commerce and tourism(include post and weather))
Ho Shuk-yi, Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development(communication and tenhnology)
Parent agency Chief Secretary for Administration
Website www.cedb.gov.hk/

The Commerce and Economic Development Bureau (Chinese: 商務及經濟發展局; Jyutping: soeng1 mou6 kap6 ging1 zai3 faat3 zin2 guk6) is an agency of the Government of Hong Kong responsible for a range of activities such as commercial relations, investment, intellectual property enforcement, industry, tourism, consumer protection and market competition in Hong Kong.[1]

The bureau is headed by the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, currently Gregory So.

Subordinate agencies[edit]

The following public entities are managed by the bureau: [2]

  • Intellectual Property Department
  • Trade and Industry Department
  • Hong Kong Observatory
  • Post Office
  • Innovation and Technology Commission
  • Television and Entertainment Licensing Authority
  • Radio Television Hong Kong
  • Office of the Telecommunications Authority
  • Hong Kong Economic and Trade Offices

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