A TEAM of senior government officials will meet their Chinese counterparts on Friday to discuss setting up a committee to co-ordinate cross-border infrastructure projects. Secretary for Planning, Environment and Lands Tony Eason is expected to wrap up the talks with the head of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office's Economic Affairs Department, Zhang Liangdong, on China's proposal. A senior official said: 'We reached substantial common ground with the Chinese side at the last meeting. We hope that there will be good progress on the loose ends this time.' It is understood the outstanding issues include details of the future committee's structure, the format of meetings and the committee's name. Friday's meeting followed a reply given by Mr Eason to the Chinese Government earlier this month that indicated the Government's agreement in principle to the establishment of the infrastructure body. Mr Eason will be joined by senior officials in charge of infrastructure. They include Secretary for Transport Haider Barma, Director of Planning Peter Pun Kwok-shing, Highway Department chief engineer Mak Chai-kwong and Constitutional Affairs Deputy Secretary Stephen Lam Shui-lun. Meanwhile, the Government has handed over a list of its property assets to China after a demand by Beijing officials for significant financial information on the administration. The list, compiled by the Government Property Agency, contains details of government premises. These include government office buildings, car parks and police and fire stations. At a previous Joint Liaison Group meeting, Chinese officials demanded vital information concerning government assets and archives, which they argued were important for a smooth transition. It is understood China's demand included sensitive information concerning the operation of the territory's Exchange Fund.