China and Europe represent one-third of world’s economic output and a quarter of its population, making them ‘world’s two major forces’.
Trip aims to promote Hong Kong’s business advantages and opportunities, highlighting its strategic role in the Greater Bay Area.
The only air connection between Portugal and mainland China will now resume with one flight per week.
Degrees and masters in civil engineering, electrical engineering and environmental engineering planned for first academic year; courses taught in English and Portuguese.
Changes in Golden Visa regulations spur a rush for residential property, with Britons, French, Americans and Brazilians pushing prices to record levels.
Analysts point to growth in non-oil sector showing clear signs of recovery, likely to contribute to country’s economic growth over medium to long-term.
Project, believed to be for Lisbon City Hall, will be first in Europe to use specialist machinery designed and manufactured in China.
Shareholders can look forward to some return on their investments after lean years caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Annual production exceeds 7 million hectolitres; small companies, employing only a handful of staff, predominate.
Competition likely to be stiff with others such as Viamed, Quirónsalud, Vithas and HM Hospitales displaying interest.
Buying property in a low-density area or a ‘tourist apartment’ are two methods to circumvent new regulations intended to divert investment to the interior.
Ministers from both countries call for Macao to strengthen its role as a scientific and technological go-between.
Investment amounts increase sharply next year, while Lisbon, Porto and some coastal areas will be off-limits for buying property.
Research indicates online commerce in the food and beverage industry will grow by more than 8% annually in coming years.
Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve are the most popular destinations; foreign buyers estimated to make up 11% of the market.
Major electricity and gas operator promotes new strategy which will be put in place over the next three years.
Beijing Capital Airlines given the all-clear a fortnight after Covid-19 scare aboard one of its flights from Lisbon.
The first Beijing-Macau flight from Beijing Capital Airlines landed at Macau International Airport (MIA) on Tuesday, marking the beginning of flights bringing passengers to Macau from Beijing and then to the Lisbon terminal.
Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) Executive Director Gloria Batalha Ung said that in order to provide better assistance