Macau, China, 21 Sept – Macau’s China-Africa Business Council will be created during the 12th Macau International Fair (MIF), the chairman of the Macau Institute for Trade and promotion of Investment (IPIM) told Revista Macau magazine.
Lee Peng Hong also said that during MIF, which is held between October 18 and 21, a “forum for cooperation between Chinese private companies and African countries,” will take place.
The chairman of IPIM noted that the MIF would be held in an area of 100,000 square meters and will house 900 pavilions with 148 sales delegations from 47 countries and regions and 24 Macau trade associations.
In the interview Lee Peng Hong said that the MIF would have a European Union pavilion, given that Macau wanted to become a platform of services between China and European countries. (macauhub)