Once one of the world’s biggest coffee producers, Angola today hopes to steel its economy by rebuilding its forgotten coffee industry.
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Portuguese-speaking countries want to replicate the success of China’s Special Economic Zones, a key part of the Asian giant’s economic boom. A new academic book published in Macao helps explain how.
The new secretary-general of Forum Macao, Ji Xianzheng, outlines his vision for the future of relations between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries.
The Portuguese capital is staking a claim as a global innovation hub, encouraging digital entrepreneurs to set up in the city, and with the advantage of the centuries-long Portuguese-Macao relationship offering exciting new prospects.
Ana Menezes Cordeiro is the first Portuguese woman to be charged with a diplomatic mission in China and she is raising historic links to a new level.
Ekithi, a natural superfoods specialist, links Macao and Mozambique through trade while helping African farmers elevate their living standards.
Forum Macao has utilised the city’s bi-cultural legacy to cement relationships between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, achieving spectacular success.
Construction is underway on a huge state-of-the-art deep-water port in Timor-Leste. Meet some of the key people behind this mammoth project – and discover how it’s strengthening ties between the Portuguese-speaking country and China.
E-commerce and digital payments in Portuguese-speaking countries and Macao are booming right now as a result of the pandemic. But what does this mean for the future economic development of these nations and for Macao’s place at the heart of the Lusophone world?
Cabo Verde is diversifying its economy by setting up three Special Economic Zones. China could be at the heart of the African Portuguese-speaking country’s major investments.