A delegation of about 90 local businesspeople from Macau is taking part in the first China International Import Expo (CIIE), the event’s organisers said.
The Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) reported that two pavilions in the exhibition area include 39 companies involved in trade in products made in Macau and food and drink products from Portuguese-speaking countries with distribution channels in Macau.
These companies include some that provide professional services for the Portuguese-speaking market, with a view to presenting and reinforcing Macau’s development position as “One Centre and One Platform” and its unique advantages.
In addition, the “Macau Cooperation and Investment Forum – Service Platform for Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries” jointly organised by IPIM, the Government Office of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs off the Shanghai Municipality and the Permanent Office of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Macau), will take place on 6 November.
This forum is intended to promote the position of Macau as a platform of services for trade cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries to guests and participants from all over the world.
The first China International Import Expo runs from Monday until 10 November in Shanghai. (macauhub)