Eliza Lee was appointed Permanent Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development (Communications and Creative Industries) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on 18 August 2017. Her policy responsibilities include telecommunications, broadcasting and creative industries.
In this role, Miss Lee also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Communications Authority (CA), the independent unified regulator for the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors in Hong Kong.
Before taking up her current post, Miss Lee was Director General of Communications. She headed the Office of the Communications Authority, the executive arm of the CA. Miss Lee provided support to the CA in the exercise of its statutory functions covering licensing matters and regulatory affairs relating to telecommunications and broadcasting services, management of radio spectrum, enforcement of the provisions safeguarding fair competition.
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