The new 6,000 km hi-tech trans-Atlantic communications link likely to be a game-changer enhancing Portugal’s role in Europe.
International and Timorese companies are working hand-in-hand to build the ultra-modern facility which is forecast to end an economic bottleneck.
Spanning nine countries and using four different track gauges, the eco-friendly train takes a month to reach its destination.
Selling everything from smartphones to vacuum cleaners, the Chinese tech giant is fast gaining a substantial slice of the Iberian market.
High demand for iron ore, and China’s need to diversify its sources, give numbers a significant boost.
Island nation’s limited oil reserves will stand it in good stead in the near future, but cooperation with Australia is essential, EIU reports.
Sustainability is top priority for major food producers, says agriculture minister, pointing to environmental, economic and social needs.
China’s ambassador to Brazil speaks out after Brazilian president appears to criticise China.
The centre will be both a celebration of the relationship between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, and a source of trade information.
Brazil wants to expand ties with China, which is its biggest trading partner and one of the top five investors in the country.
The eco-project – a unique collaboration between Chinese and Brazilian titans – will launch in Rio de Janeiro before spreading further afield.
Analysts forecast a successful IPO when trading starts next month; Chinese side has the option to take a larger stake any time in the next two years.
The e-real could become a fact of life as early as next year, as experts urge the monetary authority to catch up with modern trends.
Energy, the digital economy and health are all promoted as potential areas for extensive future cooperation.
Ambassador highlights Chinese interests in Latin America, and points to vast potential for two-way growth.
The west African republic has already inoculated more than 87,000 people.
Funds will be used to fight Covid-19: Mozambique hails China’s generosity.
However, China still invests the most in the residency scheme, followed by Brazil, the US, Turkey and South Africa.
Trade flourishes as a wide spectrum of businesses seek out opportunity and profit in Latin America.
The Miramar Tower is a blend of lifestyle and luxury, and the first in a line of similar projects from one of Macao’s most influential businessmen.
Potential residents face sharp increase in investment amounts.
Brazil and China are “global strategic partners” and the Chinese government looks at bilateral relations as “strategic and long-term”, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
The ‘Golden Visa’ scheme in Portugal, that has attracted billions in investment from Chinese nationals, will be limited to the country’s interior from July, leading to a rush in applications.
The coming year promises further beneficial cooperation
Forum Macao needs to be equipped with an advisory office to support delegates in the backing of contacts so there is a greater realisation to attract investments, said the Cabo Verde delegate, Nuno Furtado.