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Briefings and training
22 November 2023
China Open to Explore Investments in New Energy, Digital Economy and 5G in Brazil
China is open to explore investments in new energy, digital economy and 5G in Brazil, according to Wang Shouwen, the country's international trade representative and vice-minister of commerce.
22 June 2023
Chinese Embassy in Portugal Strengthens Ties With Lusophone and Macao Business Leaders
The Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Lisbon, Zhao Bentang, welcomed a delegation of business leaders from Portuguese-speaking countries and Macao, aiming at strengthening cooperation.
16 March 2023
Alibaba agrees to connect small Mozambican producers to global markets
Chinese e-marketplace Alibaba will boost exports of Mozambican product under a new deal with the Mozambican Chamber of Commerce (CCM).
12 July 2022
Chinese audiovisual brand launched in Brazil
The Chinese audiovisual brand "China Zone," which aims at promoting Chinese audiovisual content abroad, has been launched in Brazil.
17 May 2022
High-quality products from 23 African countries showcased for Chinese e-commerce
High-quality e-commerce products from 23 African countries were showcased at an Online Shopping Festival hosted by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
01 March 2022
Farfetch revenues grow 35% in 2021
Online luxury platform Farfetch, founded by portuguese entrepreneur José Neves and partner of Alibaba, saw revenues grow 35% year-over-year in 2021 to a total of USD 2.3 billion.
12 January 2022
Alibaba hosts ‘2022 New Seller Summit’
Alibaba is hosting on 12 and 13 January 2022 its 'Import New Seller Summit', to present the "Cross-Border E-commerce Opportunity in China".
24 November 2021
E-Commerce and Health Care to Take Center Stage at FOCAC 2021
China is expected to announce more financing and new deals in a range of areas, from e-commerce to health care at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Dakar, Senegal, at the end of the month.
03 September 2021
AliExpress Launches Platform for Brazilian Sellers
Brazilian sellers are now able to market their products on AliExpress, the largest virtual mall on the planet, which until now sold mostly products imported from China.