03 October 2022
Brazil, Angola and Portugal are the Portuguese-speaking countries most quoted in the Chinese index for the construction of infrastructure worldwide, according to a report released at the International Forum on Investment and Construction of Infrastructure.
27 September 2022
92 percent of Cabinda’s residential communities covered by China Railway 20th Bureau Group water project
A water supply project in Angola´s northwestern province of Cabinda, built by the China Railway 20th Bureau Group Angola International Company, will cover 24,000 households or 92 percent of the province's residential communities.
22 September 2022
Luís Manuel Brás Bernardino* Popular Republic of China is, by many specialists, recognized as a global actor in the framework of International Relations. As a result of a foreign policy denominated by ‘Going Out Strategy’, launched officially in 2001, China has emerged recently to this reality. More specifically since 2013, after the presentation of its new global connectivity strategy designated by ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, rising not only as an important economic, political and diplomatic player, but also of security, namely in Africa, where its presence is undeniable.
22 September 2022
China’s outward Foreign Direct Investment in Portuguese Speaking Countries and the role of Macau Forum*
José Luís Sales Marques and Hayan Zhang * After the official launching of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP) or the so-called Lusophone Commonwealth in 1996, the Chinese government initiated the “Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries” in Macau in 2003, also known as Macau Forum.
14 September 2022