Economic Development and Labour Bureau

Economic Development And Labour Bureau

Economic Development and Labour Bureau

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The Economic Development and Labour Bureau (), headed by the Secretary for Economic Development and Labour, was responsible for economic development and labour issues in the Hong Kong Government.

It was abolished on 1 July 2007, with its functions transferred to the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, Transport and Housing Bureau and Labour and Welfare Bureau.

Before the Principal Officials Accountability System was introduced on 1 July 2002, it was known Economic Services Bureau. Responsibilities with labour issues were then the portfolio of the former Education and Manpower Bureau.

The following departments used to report to the Secretary for Economic Development and Labour:
Permanent secretaries:
Economic Development: Labour (who doubled as the Commission of Labour):






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