TOP guns of key Chinese ministries and banks in charge of the economy will soon be meeting to ensure that the latest economic blueprint of reforms passed by the Chinese leaders will be vigorously implemented. ''There will be a major meeting early next month among key Chinese institutions to discuss how to implement the reforms that have been approved by the Chinese leaders,'' said David Li Kwok-po, Bank of East Asia's chief executive, at the 10th general meeting of the Asian Bankers Association . Mr Li said the meeting would take place in Beijing, where the authorities over the weekend approved a 10-point blueprint designed to put the country firmly on the path to a market economy. Among the key points were changes to the management mechanism of state-owned enterprises, expansion of the market system, the establishment of a social-security system and a more effective tax system. Mr Li did not name the Chinese institutions involved in the coming meeting but it is understood that among them are the State Planning Commission, the State Commission for Restructuring the Economy, the People's Bank of China, and the State Science and Technology Commission. The banker, who met Vice-Premier Zhu Rongji during a trip to China about 10 days ago, said that as China desperately needed funds to finance its reforms, it was unlikely that many Chinese companies would be permitted to buy up shell companies listed in Hong Kong. Instead, Chinese enterprises already firmly established in the territory - such as Bank of China, China Resources and Everbright - were expected to strengthen their presence in the years to come.