Portuguese-speaking countries should be the “stars” of economic growth in 2017 in Africa, a continent that is expected to see a slight recovery, according to the most recent economic forecasts from international institutions.
The “World Economic Situation and Prospects 2017,” report released last week by the Analysis and Economic Development Policy Division of the UN Department f Economic and Social Affairs, forecasts that Sao Tome and Principe will record the highest GDP growth among Portuguese-speaking countries – 5.5%, along with Mozambique. … More
A presentation session of the China-Portuguese Speaking Countries Cooperation and Development Fund and the investment framework for investment in Portuguese-speaking countries is due to take place on 25 January in Macau, organised by the Macau Institute for Trade and Investment Promotion (IPIM).
This session is co-organised by the Macau Economic Service, the Finance Services Bureau and the Macau Monetary Authority and support … More
Developing and low-income countries, such as Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Sao Tome and Principe, should seek to diversify their economies and exports, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in a recently released report.
The report on “Low Income Developing Countries” that are exporters of raw materials said these countries remain under “significant economic pressure,” with anaemic growth, large fiscal imbalances and weak foreign … More
The government of Macau will give new impetus to the integration of the service platform for trade cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries in the “One Belt, One Road,” initiative said the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Leong Vai Tac.
The Secretary, speaking on Tuesday during a reception of the Permanent Secretariat of Forum Macau, said the government remains committed to ensuring full cooperation … More
The promotion of Macau as a platform in relations between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries is a priority for the newly appointed Deputy Secretary-General of Forum Macau, Echo Chan Keng Hong.
The economist, who spoke to reporters on Tuesday, said that there were objectives to develop in the Macau Platform along with initiatives and related projects but stressed that their implementation required the … More
Economist Echo Chan Keng Hong was appointed, to represent the Macau Government, as the Deputy Secretary-General to the Permanent Secretariat of Forum Macau, according to an official statement issued by the Government Information Bureau.
Echo Chan’s appointment to the post was published on 6 January in a statement from the office of the Secretary for Economy and Finance of the Macau government.
Echo … More