arrangements), such as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and arrangements regarding international trade in textiles.
Export quotas, tariff preferences and other similar arrangements, which are obtained or made by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or which were obtained or made and remain valid. shall be enjoyed exclusively by the Region.
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region may issue its own certificates of origin for products in accordance with prevailing rules of origin.
The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall provide an economic and legal environment for encouraging investments, technological progress and the development of new industries.
The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall formulate appropriate policies to promote and co-ordinate the development of various trades such as manufacturing, commerce, tourism, real estate, transport, public utilities. services, agriculture and fisheries, and pay regard to the protection of the environment.
Section 2: Land Leases
All leases of land granted, decided upon or renewed before the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region which extend beyond 30 June 1997. and all rights in relation to such leases, shall continue to be recognized and protected under the law of the Region.