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São Tomé and Príncipe
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22 June 2021
China’s Sanctions Law Poses ‘Legal Dilemma’ European Companies
China's new sanctions law poses a 'legal dilemma' for European companies present in the Asian country, according to MERICS institute.
18 June 2021
China Adding to Brazil’s Record Trade Surplus
Brazil's trade surplus with China reached USD 19.1 billion from January to May this year, adding to record overall foreign commerce values in South America´s largest economy.
15 June 2021
EU-China Economic Ties ‘Show no Sign of Cooling’
European companies are planning to expand their operations within the Chinese market and EU-China economic ties 'show no sign of cooling', according to MERICS research institute.
14 June 2021
Portugal-China Trade and Investment to Hit New Records Post-Pandemic
Portugal-China trade and investment is set to hit new records after the pandemic, according to Macau Businessman Wu Zhiwei.
14 June 2021
Federation of China-Lusophone Chambers of Commerce Planned
A federation of China Chambers of Commerce in the various Portuguese-speaking countries is in the pipeline, according to the parts.
09 June 2021
‘Strong’ Chinese Demand Lifts Agricultural Commodity Prices
Agricultural commodity prices are rapidly increasing, driven by strong Chinese demand, benefiting African and South American producers of palm oil, coffee, maize and rice.
08 June 2021
China Sourcing Nearly a Quarter of All Brazilian Imports
Main source of Brazilian imports since 2019, China sourced 21.9% of Brazilian foreign purchases last year, ahead of the European Union, according to a new study.
04 June 2021
Cabo Verde With More FDI From Portugal and Less From China
Cabo Verde had more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from Portugal in 2020 and less from China, according to data from the African country´s central bank.
31 May 2021
Portugal-China Direct Flights Suspended
Chinese authorities have suspended direct flights between Portugal and China, by Beijing Capital Airlines.