Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve are the most popular destinations; foreign buyers estimated to make up 11% of the market.
Angola set for another drop as IMF paints gloomy outlook for world’s economies crippled by pandemic.
Chief exports – soy, iron ore and oil – put Brazil on track for record trading year with China.
Project aims to unite people who respect and recognise the importance of the healthy relationship between Brazil and China.
Prices up 40% compared to September 2020, with exporters shipping up to 12,400 tonnes per day.
Last year’s record figures likely to be surpassed as both countries’ exports and imports increase sharply.
Apart from security, its solutions can be applied to many other spheres such as traffic monitoring or tracking waste streams.
Vendors will pay commission of between 5 and 8 per cent as the online market hots up, logging 1.5 billion hits in 2021.
Widespread appetite for beef in China likely to spur increased demand for imports from Brazil and other South American countries.
Ambassador Gong Tao highlights China’s work implementing DSSI as member ofG20 and major creditor of African countries.
Ministers identify strong potential for mutual cooperation and profit in the future during video conference.
The west African republic’s oil wealth makes it an obvious candidate for the Portuguese-speaking forum, but a large question mark hangs over its human rights record.
The 45-million euro tertiary education institute is set to receive around 5,000 students when classes start in October.
Genome sequencing and an exchange of scientists and researchers are among the topics under discussion, but budgets need to be agreed first.
Quality as well as quantity play a significant part as Brazil shows an increasing appetite for Chinese vehicles and fine chemicals.
Spanning nine countries and using four different track gauges, the eco-friendly train takes a month to reach its destination.
High demand for iron ore, and China’s need to diversify its sources, give numbers a significant boost.
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.
New venture will throw up a challenge to China, which currently supplies almost all of Europe’s requirements of the precious commodity.
To alleviate losses in 2020 due to the pandemic, Air Macau leases five of its planes to Air China for a period of three years.
Relaxed quarantine measures and huge thirst for travel make the city top choice for mainlanders, promising a healthy start to the summer for travel and gaming businesses.
Recognising vaccination records on both sides of the border would cut out the need for NAT tests, and encourage travel to and from the mainland.
Mainland guests almost double at the city’s 120 hostelries, while the average occupancy rate is up by almost a quarter.
MGTO optimistic as mainlanders respond to promotion drive that highlights Macao’s attractions and stresses its health and safety.