Macau and Portuguese-speaking countries have production exhibition centre in China

26 September 2011

Macau, China, 26 Sept – The Centre for exhibition and sale of products from Macau and the Portuguese-speaking countries inaugurated in the city of Jiangmen in the presence of the Macau chief executive, Fernando Chui Sai On, and the governor of Guangdong, Huang Huahua, is expected to provide new opportunities for the sale of products to China, said businessman Eduardo Ambrósio.

Ambrósio, who is the president of the International Trade Association for Portuguese-speaking Markets and linked to the Association of Macau Exporters and Importers, said that the new centre would provide an array of opportunities for products from Portuguese-speaking countries in China as Guangdong province alone has a population of 100 million people.

The centre, which is the result of partnership between the Macau government, the Macau Association of Exporters and Importers and DCH Logistics, is located in the Dam Chong Hong logistics centre, “a channel which will be fundamental for distributing products to the various regions of China,” according to businessman Humberto Rodrigues, an importer of Portuguese food and wine.

The centre is open to products from Portuguese-speaking countries, from Macau companies with factories in China and those imported by agents from Macau and operates as an exhibition area and business contact centre.

The centre in Jiangmen, a city located 70 kilometres from Macau, will receive organised visits from potential buyers and has scheduled promotional activities for small and medium-sized companies to enter the Chinese market in a simple and direct way. (macauhub)