China News Service, Hong Kong, June 16-Zheng Ruohua, Secretary of Justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, attended the 2021 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Structural Reform Ministers Video Conference on the 16th, focusing on structural reform and recovery after the economic shock. , Discuss the structural policies and measures to deal with the epidemic in the zone.

  During the discussion session, Zheng Ruohua said that in order for economic development to continue, it is necessary to establish a comprehensive legal framework and good regulatory practices that are conducive to sustained growth.

She pointed out that the "Vision 2030-Focus on the Rule of Law" plan launched by the Department of Justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government last year was derived from the United Nations "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development".

  Zheng Ruohua said that Hong Kong, China is committed to supporting the sustainable development of APEC and sharing its experience as a green finance and trading center.

Hong Kong, China has a number of measures to support green innovation, technology and finance, such as the Low-Carbon Green Research Fund, the Government’s Green Bond Program, and the Green and Sustainable Finance Funding Program, and the “2019 Coronavirus Disease” that is consistent with the APEC online dispute resolution cooperation framework. Online Dispute Resolution Program", and discuss cooperation with the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law on online dispute resolution issues to accelerate digital innovation.

  Zheng Ruohua said that Hong Kong, China and APEC recently signed a memorandum of understanding on the establishment of a special fund for economic and legal infrastructure. She hopes that all APEC economies can benefit from this when they carry out structural reforms.

  The APEC structural reform ministerial meeting is an important event held every five years. It aims to promote the structural reform of APEC and launch the economic committee's structural reform agenda for the next five years.