Features

Chinese businessmen at the forefront of early modernisation of Macao

23 February 2018

In 1894, a group of Macao businessmen opened a silk reeling factory, setting a new milestone for their community. With more than 800 men and women employed there, the factory was the largest industrial plant owned by Chinese in Macao.

Economic diversification is a priority for Cabo Verde

21 February 2018

The diversification of the Cabo Verdean economy is high on the list of priorities for the archipelago's government, which intends to attract more investment, especially for infrastructure, to improve the business environment and to open up to emerging economies, Portuguese trade and investment promotion agency AICEP Portugal Global said recently.

Conservator breathes new life into Ruins of St. Paul’s statues

15 February 2018

In November 2017, Macao began restoration of the seven bronze statues that grace the facade of its most famous landmark: the Ruins of St. Paul’s, the last vestiges of a 17th-century church.

New President of Angola boosts economic relations with Portuguese-speaking countries

12 February 2018

Brazil and Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) will be two of the first countries visited by the new President of Angola, João Lourenço, in a clear sign of the importance of strategic relations with both Portuguese-speaking countries, particularly in economic terms.

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