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  • josh_kslow
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    Re: Chief Executive of Hong Kong expects HKDL to be more profitable, HK Comm Broadcas

    They just can't say it but they must work on it. HKDL needs more funds to enable it to make profits.

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  • Darkbeer
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    But we are talking about CHINA and the communist viewpoints (Yes, I know that Hong Kong is treated differently, but it is now run by China...)

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  • Asa
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    The govt should sell its shares in all these properties. Unless it wants to make them free-entry for all the citizens of HK.

    Oh, HongKongDisneyland is on topic for once!

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  • Chief Executive of Hong Kong expects HKDL to be more profitable, HK Comm Broadcast

    政府冀提高機管局,數碼港,迪士尼,等資產回報率

    [10/10 星期三 20:17]


    行政長官曾蔭權說,政府現時在機管局,數碼港,迪士尼,地鐵及多條隧道,作為股東的角色不清楚及消極,因此 他在施政報告中,要求財政司司長研究,如何明確政府在這些按商業原則運作的資產中,作為股東的角色及參予程 度,希望理順管理方法,以提高資產回報率及管治水平.
    Source : Hong Kong Commercial Broadcasting Co. Ltd.

    Translation:

    The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Donald Tsang said that the role of Hong Kong Government in various organizations and companies such as Airport Authority of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Cyberport, Hong Kong Disneyland, MTR Corp and various Cross-Harbour Tunnels is not clearly defined and too pessimistic. In his policy address, he requested the Financial Secretary to conduct study on ways to improve how Hong Kong Government would participate in these companies according to commercial principles such as to enhance the level of governance and increase the rate of return.
    Last edited by PennysBayChronicle; 10-10-2007, 08:19 AM.

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