Both cities agree to promote multi-destination itineraries and meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions to boost tourism development.
Hong Kong and Macau will deepen co-operation and bolster ties in tourism development and promotion, according to a report from the Information Services Department.
The agreement was made at the 3rd Hong Kong Macau Co-operation High Level Meeting co-chaired by Financial Secretary John Tsang and Macau Secretary for Economy & Finance Tam Pak Yuen in Macau on Wednesday.
The two governments will enhance bilateral co-operation as well as collaboration with Guangdong to jointly promote multi-destination itineraries and meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions to boost tourism development in the Pearl River Delta region.
Mr Tsang also met Macau Chief Executive Fernando Chui, Secretary for Administration & Justice Florinda da Rosa Silva Chan and Secretary for Social Affairs & Culture Cheong U.
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