It's hoped that when the global aviation industry becomes stable, then the appropriate insurance will be offered to relevant organizations,'' Secretary for Economic Services Sandra Lee said, stressing that the government is not an insurer.
What does SES stand for?
SES stands for Secretary for Economic Services (Hong Kong)
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We have 516 other meanings of SES in our Acronym Attic
- Sciences Economiques et Sociales (French: Economics and Social Sciences)
- Scientific & Engineering Support
- Scientific and Engineering Software
- SCSI Enclosure Services
- Sea Eugene Shoo
- Seaford Elementary School
- Search Engine Safe (website addresses)
- Search Engine Strategies (conference series; est. 1999)
- Seatla Esperanto-Societo (Seattle Esperanto Society; formerly Societo Esperantista de Seattle)
- Secondary Emissions Standard
- Sector Enforcement Specialist (law enforcement)
- Secure Easy Setup (Linksys)
- Secure Email Service (software)
- Secure Email Solution (software)
- Secure Enterprise Search (software)
- Secure Export Scheme (New Zealand)
- Sécurité et Signalisation (French: Security and Signaling; traffic sign company)
- Security Equipment Supply (est. 1982)
- Select Engineered Systems (Hialeah, FL)
- Selected Educational Statistics (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Financial Secretary Antony Leung Kam-chung, Executive Council convenor Leung Chun-ying and Secretary for Economic Services Sandra Lee Suk-yee stated on Wednesday (11 July) that the labour dispute, which has caused the airline to reduce its flight schedule and charter aircraft and crew from other airlines, is having an effect on Hong Kong's economy and reputation as an international aviation centre.
Dunbar has been assistant secretary for Economic Services since November 1997.
Secretary for economic services of the HKSAR Stephen Ip said that the air services agreement was an 'important milestone' in the aviation relationship of Hong Kong and Norway.
Currently only cargo flights are operated between Hong Kong and the two Nordic countries, but the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's Secretary for Economic Services expressed hope that passenger flights would soon commence and help to promote further business opportunities between the countries.