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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
New chief executive, Donald Tsang, has spoken of his dream to build Hong Kong into a city of steady economic growth, good employment and a place of social harmony. In an interview, he said his job was to restore the confidence of Hong Kong citizens and give full play to the region's economic advantages, noting one of dreams was for Hong Kong's economic development to contribute to the rejuvenation of China. He said Hong Kong's economic recovery was on track but noted he expected his administration to do a better job in economic development. The following is the text of a report carried in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency)
Hong Kong, 30 June: The newly appointed chief executive [CE] of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), Donald Tsang, said although his two-year office term is short, he will not "start painting on a white paper" and will start his work with restoring citizens' confidence and offering more job opportunities for them. In an exclusive interview with Xinhua on Thursday [30 June], Tsang said: "If we work together, the …