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 China Road & Bridge Corporation (CRBC) expressed interest in taking part in projects aimed at building a deep water port and modernising the airport São Tomé and Príncipe, a company representative said on Thursday in São Tomé.
Zhang Weimin made the announcement at the end of an audience granted to him by the President of São Tomé and Príncipe, Evaristo Carvalho and stressed … More
In February China plans to send a medical mission to provide health care to the population of São Tomé and Príncipe, Yong Feng, a senior official from the Ministry of Health of China said on Wednesday in São Tomé.
The announcement of the deployment of this mission wasmade at the end of an audience granted by the Prime Minister Patrice Trovoada, about … 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
Nine large companies from China are due to arrive in Sao Tome and Principe to analyse, together with the government, the possibility of implementing large infrastructure projects, announced the Prime Minister of Sao Tome.
Patrice Trovoada also said it was possible that a Chinese company would be involved in building a deep water port, a Sao Tomean project with an estimated cost … More
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