CE highlights diversification, wisdom of the people in Lunar New Year Message

Chief Executive, Mr Chui Sai On, conveys his Lunar New Year wishes to the people of Macao.

The Government would continue its steady efforts at economic diversification in the coming Year of the Monkey, and with the collective wisdom of the residents, Macao would accomplish greater social achievements, said the Chief Executive, Mr Chui Sai On in his Lunar New Year Message. In the Lunar New Year the Government would step up efforts to maintain a sound and robust financial environment, and would weather internal and external challenges by working closely with people from all walks of life, said the Chief Executive in his message delivered today. The Government would, as always, prioritise projects that help to enhance the people’s quality of life and welfare, in a bid to make Macao an even more liveable city. Mr Chui said the Government would press ahead with policies to build a better Macao. These include: improving the livelihood of senior citizens and their care; creating a positive environment for young people to develop fully their potential; shaping an atmosphere in which children can grow up happily; and endeavouring to create more favourable conditions for leisure and working life in Macao. The Chief Executive added that all should share with their families and people in need the joy and warmth of this festive season. He extended his sincere gratitude to all those workers – in the private and public sectors – involved in keeping essential services operating during the holidays. On behalf of the Government, he wished everyone a happy, healthy and successful Year of the Monkey.

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