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A Window (Lei) to creativity


Imagine a village where doors are left unlocked, where all the neighbours know one another and personal conversations replace digital communication. More

Government to boost integration of Macau platform in the One Belt, One Road initiative


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

Promoting Macau as a platform is a priority for Echo Chan at Forum Macau

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 returns to Macau Forum as Deputy Secretary-General


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

Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries falls 8.44% from January to November

Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries registered a year on year fall of 8.44% in the period from January to November, at US$83.230 billion, according to Chinese official figures released by the Macau Forum.

Trade between Brazil and China rose in the first 11 months of the year to US$61.94 billion (-6.48%), with the Brazil buying Chinese goods worth of US$19.90 billion More

Pearl River Delta and Macau are “land of opportunity” for African traders


The Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau are the preferred “base” for African traders in China who have found “plenty of opportunities” there, according to several researchers.

Data cited in an article in the Strategic Review for Southern Africa by Carlos Lopes, an academic from Guinea-Bissau and former president of the Economic Commission of the United Nations showed that 500,000 Africans currently reside in China, of which 100,000 in Guangzhou, with the next preferred destinations being Hong Kong and Macau. More