Upgrade covers the modernisation of eight generating units and their auxiliary systems; company searching for additional eco-friendly projects.
Outlook remains good for next year as well, as agriculture recovers from flash flooding.
Bilateral trade topped US$102 billion in 2020 and looks set to improve this year as the two countries seek further areas for cooperation.
The US$260 million projects are expected to generate 3,000 jobs and be completed in three to five years.
Genome sequencing and an exchange of scientists and researchers are among the topics under discussion, but budgets need to be agreed first.
Based on the island of Sulawesi, the project’s initial production target will be 73,000 tonnes a year using eight rotary kiln electric furnaces.
Major electricity and gas operator promotes new strategy which will be put in place over the next three years.
Angola’s ambassador to China stresses the need for concrete progress while the world is coping with Covid-19.
Manufacturing and research and development are the two most popular sectors, with interest concentrated on Lisbon and the north of the country.
Grapes, mangoes and other quality fresh fruit on offer to China, which already buys US$67 billion in goods from Brazil annually.
Beijing Capital Airlines given the all-clear a fortnight after Covid-19 scare aboard one of its flights from Lisbon.
Agreement marks further cooperation between China and Angola, which has already received a dozen jet fighters for defence purposes.
Tourism body trims its sails in the current tricky economic climate, but still maintains a European outpost in UK.
While China is the world’s biggest cotton producer, it cannot fill domestic demand, so needs to source quality fibre from abroad.
Regulatory approval has not yet been granted but the deepsea area under consideration is forecast to be highly lucrative.
Quality as well as quantity play a significant part as Brazil shows an increasing appetite for Chinese vehicles and fine chemicals.
Leading businessman Wu Zhiwei points to numerous incentives offered to investors in Portugal.
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.