China is strengthening its trade ties with Brazil, particularly in the agriculture and agri-food sector. Welcome to an ever-growing relationship.
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Solar energy is on the rise in Brazil. Chinese companies have identified the South American country as a key market for overseas expansion – and this interest is set to heat up.
Angola’s economy is diversifying – and its President, government and businesses at home and abroad are looking to reshape its agricultural sector.
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.
In 2017, Cabo Verde was planning to become the first country in the world to generate all of its electricity from renewables. This year, that ambitious target has been scaled down – but it isn’t stopping the African island nation from striving to quickly become as reliant as it can on renewables. We take a look at the giant strides that are being made.
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.
Examining the art of indigenous people over thousands of years can tell us a lot about history and culture. We look at works from Portuguese-speaking countries and ask whether Macao can ever have a museum to display such pieces in public.
Embassies that changed the world.
Although coffee is not the only agricultural business of Timor-Leste, it is the leading product that has brought much worldwide exposure and economic gains for the community.
Mozambique shares the beauty of its culture at the MIF 2018