We look behind the curtains of the Macao Young Entrepreneur Incubation Centre and find out why this start-up haven has quickly become a success story.
Fei Pou Lo
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Angola’s economy is diversifying – and its President, government and businesses at home and abroad are looking to reshape its agricultural sector.
The acquisition of one of Portugal’s biggest agricultural companies by Macao firm CESL Asia last year may yet be seen as a defining moment in the economic relationship between China, Portugal and our SAR.
For hundreds of years, Macao has played a vital role as a bridge between China and Portuguese-speaking countries. This was strengthened post-1999 and there are now ongoing moves to develop the ties further.
Despite the obvious success the gaming dollar has brought to Macao, its economy is on the verge of change. There’s a new financial model brewing in the city – and it’s a globally minded one.
Dance, music and multiple potential investments – the 14th Entrepreneurs Meeting for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries in São Tomé and Príncipe saw the African nation open itself up to a bright new future.
With bilateral trade reaching over US$6 billion last year, a yearly increase of 7.4 per cent, China and Portugal are important strategic partners with bright prospects ahead.
Making his third and last official visit to Portugal, Macao Chief Executive Chui Sai On cemented his city’s role as a vital platform connecting China to the Portuguese-speaking world.
Embassies that changed the world.
The visit to Portugal by Chinese President Xi Jinping, 4–5 December 2018, was regarded by both governments as a landmark in the existing strategic cooperation.