Getting Rid of Red Tape: A Golden Opportunity
Hong Kong's Chief Executive- elect, the Hon Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, will take office on 1 July. She has pledged to streamline the Government and cut unnecessary "red tape" -- rules and regulations which serve no useful purpose -- to make it more efficient. This has been a firm part of the Chamber's agenda for many years.

This is a golden opportunity for the business community to share what problems they must deal with due to unnecessary red tape. We are particularly interested in hearing about outdated legislation which is totally out of touch with today’s business realities. We will compile your input (anonymously) into a submission to the new Administration. With a strong, united voice from the business community to the Government about the need for reform, the pressure for change will be given extra weight, and, if successful, the rewards could be significantly lower compliance costs and burdens for Hong Kong businesses.

Therefore, we strongly urge you to take the time to fill in this survey before 1 July 2017. In the event that you have any questions, please contact Ms Karen Au at email: karen@chamber.org.hk or tel: 2823 1200. We look forward to hearing from you.

1. Please specify the relevant legislation/regulation which causes you problems.
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2. Please explain the problems that your business has with the relevant legislation or regulation (e.g. excessive compliance/legal costs, unnecessarily complex or outdated processes)
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3. Please suggest any alternatives or amendments to the relevant legislation/regulation which would avoid the problem (optional)
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