Chamber of commerce from Guinea Bissau and Brazilian company sign cooperation protocols with Macau

23 July 2013

A chamber of commerce from Guinea Bissau and a company from Brazil Monday signed two cooperation protocols in Macau at the end of a colloquium on company management in Portuguese-speaking countries organised by Forum Macau.

One of the agreements was signed by the Guinea Bissau Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and Services and by the Association of Macau Exporters and Importers.

“By signing the protocol, businesspeople from Guinea Bissau will be able to make use of the Macau platform to enter the Chinese market,” said the chairman of the Association of Macau Exporters and Importers, Tsui Wai Kuan.

The second protocol was signed by Brazilian company Dinheiro Cred and K.S.H. Investment Management, with a view to setting up business partnerships between the two companies.

“As next year the football world cup will be held in Brazil, many businesspeople from Macau want to have contacts in Brazil and to have a company that operates as a business consultancy for imports and exports,” assistant secretary-general of the Permanent Office of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macau), Rita Santos.

The colloquium, which was organised by the Forum Macau Training Centre, was held for two weeks in Macau and Guiyang, in the Chinese province of Guizhou, and was attended by 33 people from Brazil, Angola, Portugal, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau and Timor-Leste (East Timor), as well as by two representatives from the autonomous region of Guangxi. (macauhub)