New report calls for HK to get dedicated logistics bureau
“The largely international outlook of the logistics, ports and aviation-related sectors cannot be properly channelled under the current structure (in the THB) with the largely Hong Kong livelihood-centric focus (in public housing and mass transportation),” the committee said in a position paper submitted recently to chief executive Leung Chun-ying and the bureau.
“(THB’s) logistics portfolio should be devolved to a separate administrative structure with a centralised and focused vision and mission to lead and coordinate future needs with other government bureaux and agencies,” said the paper.
The British Chamber’s report is the latest in a series of papers and studies looking at the future of Hong Kong’s transport sector. [03/10/14]