Meeting in Brazil intended to boost trade between Portuguese-speaking countries

10 October 2013

The SIGAME – Internacionalizar+ project, intended to boost trade between Angola, Mozambique, Portugal, Sao Tome and Principe and Brazil, particularly the state of Ceará, is due to be presented Thursday in the state capital Fortaleza.

The launch of the project, which is being put in place by a partnership of the Federation of Portuguese Chambers of Commerce in Brazil and Portugal’s Aveiro Industrial Association and National Association of Metallurgy and Electro-mechanics Companies, will be held at the Federation of Industries of the State of Ceará (FIEC).

One of the main aims of the project is to develop inter-institutional support networks by establishing strategic alliances that make it possible for trade to occur between these markets (Angola, Brazil – Ceará state, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe). (macauhub)