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
Formed2007
HeadquartersCentral Government Complex, Admiralty
Employees9450
Minister responsible
Deputy Minister responsible
  • Bernard Chan, Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
Agency executives
  • Eliza Lee, Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Commerce, Industry and Tourism)
  • Clement Leung, Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Communications and Creative Industries)
Parent agencyFinancial Secretary
Websitewww.cedb.gov.hk/
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Commerce and Economic Development Bureau
Traditional Chinese商務及經濟發展局

The Commerce and Economic Development Bureau (Chinese: 商務及經濟發展局) 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 Edward Yau. It is divided into the Commerce, Industry and Tourism Branch and the Communications and Creative Industry Branch, each headed by a permanent secretary.

Subordinate agencies[edit]

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

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