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The 53rd Meeting of the Hong Kong Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (HKCPEC), which will be held on March 20 (Friday), is now open for public enrollment.

The Chairman of the HKCPEC, Professor Stephen Cheung, will chair the meeting. The meeting will cover the HKCPEC's participation at PECC events in 2014 and the first quarter of 2015, as well as the domestic activities organised by the HKCPEC in the months to come.

The meeting will be held at 3pm in Room 1814, 18/F, Trade and Industry Department Tower, 700 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon.

Members of the public are welcome to attend the open session of the meeting. In view of limited seating capacity at the meeting venue, admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Those interested in attending the meeting are requested to enroll with the HKCPEC Secretariat by noon on March 19.

For enquiries, please contact the HKCPEC Secretariat on 2398 5449 or 2398 5594.

The HKCPEC was established in March 1990 to co-ordinate Hong Kong's participation in the PECC.

In line with the nature of the PECC, the composition of the HKCPEC is tripartite, comprising members from the Government, the business sector and academia.

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