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Hu reaffirms support to Hong Kong's stability, prosperity


11:08, November 12, 2011

HONOLULU, United States, Nov. 11 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao said here Friday that the central government would spare no effort to maintain Hong Hong's economic stability and prosperity.

Hu made the remarks during a meeting with Donald Tsang, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China.

Tsang briefed the president on Hong Kong's current situation and the local government's efforts in dealing with the ongoing global financial crisis, developing Hong Kong's economy and improving people's livelihood.

Tsang said the Hong Kong government would continue to safeguard the city's financial and economic stability.

Hu said Hong Kong now enjoys a fairly good situation, keeps relatively rapid economic growth and maintains social stability.

The central government has been unwavering and consistent in supporting Hong Kong's economic prosperity and stability, said Hu.

He said the central government would do what it takes to help Hong Kong maintain prosperity and stability, and to promote the common development of the mainland and Hong Kong.

Hu called on the Hong Kong government to address its economy and people's livelihood so as to ensure long-term stability and prosperity, while closely following the changing global economic and financial situation and warding off its impact.

Hu and Tsang arrived in Honolulu on Thursday for the Economic Leaders Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.

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