Tan Yaozong: "Mainland Friends" Said that the customs clearance of dry ports may be relaxed after the 20th CPC National Congress
Tan Yaozong, a member of the Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress, quoted "friends from the mainland" around him on Saturday (October 1) as saying that after the 20th CPC National Congress, there is a chance to relax the customs clearance policy between Hong Kong and the mainland.
According to Sing Tao Daily, Tan Yiu-chung said in a program that his "mainland friends" estimate that after the 20th CPC National Congress, the customs clearance policy between Hong Kong and the mainland will have a chance to be relaxed. He believes that it is necessary to pay attention to the future development direction of the Communist Party or the country during the 20th CPC National Congress, and then see what Hong Kong needs to cooperate with.
Tam Yiu-chung also mentioned that for the "import of foreign defense", Hong Kong can handle it by itself, which is a work within Hong Kong. Hong Kong should gradually relax the entry quarantine measures, and should also avoid "loosening and tightening". Although the current quarantine prevention policy in Hong Kong is different from the mainland's "clearing zero", the central government also respects the relaxation of entry quarantine in Hong Kong. The mainland will continue to conduct screening, detect and quarantine in time. He admitted that "dynamic clearing" is good for the people, but it pays a high price, especially the impact on the economy.
As for the general election of the National People's Congress at the end of the year, he said that he has not decided whether he will continue to run for the election, and will make an official announcement when there is a decision.