Central bank governors meet Wednesday in Macau

10 October 2012

The governors of the central banks of Portugal, Mozambique and Cape Verde are due Wednesday in Macau to take part in a financial forum to discuss relations between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries, the Monetary Authority of Macau (AMCM) said Tuesday in a statement.

The initiative is entitled, “Encouraging Macau’s role as a platform and boosting economic and financial development between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries,” and the panel of speakers includes, as well as the governors of the central banks of Portugal, Carlos Costa, Mozambique, Ernesto Gouveia Gove, and Cape Verde, Carlos Burgo, three representatives of the Timor-Leste (East Timor) regulator body and the heads of the financial services offices of Shanghai and Guangdong.

The event is expected to bring together over 100 people, including representatives of local financial institutions, consuls-general or honorary consuls from Portuguese-speaking countries and representatives of the Macau government departments. (macauhub)

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