+ Show all results
São Tomé and Príncipe
Briefings and training
23 May 2022
Brazilian soy exports should depend less on China, vice president says
Brazil needs to reduce its dependence on China, which is the main importer of Brazilian soy, said the South American country´s vice president, Hamilton Mourão.
20 May 2022
China-Brazil Agricultural Science Industrial Park to be built in Minas Gerais state
The state of Minas Gerais will host the future China-Brazil Agricultural Science Industrial Park, in Paracatu, the department of commerce of China's central Hunan Province announced.
19 May 2022
Chinese seed company LongPing High-Tech investing USD 100 million to grow in Brazil
LongPing High-Tech is investing USD 100 million to grow its presence in Brazil, according to executives at the Chinese seed company.
11 May 2022
São Tomé e Príncipe´s main cassava processing plant resumes production with Chinese support
São Tomé e Príncipe´s main cassava processing plant has returned to production, with Chinese support.
02 May 2022
Brazilian state of Mato Grosso playing “dominant role in Sino-Brazilian agricultural trade”
The Brazilian state of Mato Grosso is revealing "a synergy between agriculture and biodiversity conservation", in face of deforestation pressures linked to agricultural exports, chiefly to China.
25 April 2022
China suspends meat exports by another Brazilian company
China has suspended meat exports by another Brazilian company, Masterboi, which claims it followed all protocols required by the Chinese government - including the control of Covid-19.
22 April 2022
China’s soybean imports from Brazil rise despite higher prices
China's soybean imports from Brazil rose in March, despite higher prices, data from the General Administration of Customs showed.
18 April 2022
Three Brazilian meat exporters face temporary suspension from Chinese market
China suspended meat imports from 3 Brazilian companies, for concerns related to covid, according to the General Administration of Customs.
05 April 2022
Chinese experts to support Cape Verde against threat to agriculture
Chinese experts will support Cabo Verde in fighting the spread of an insect which is threatening agriculture in the archipelago, according to the Government.
30 March 2022
Chinese covid concerns lead to suspension of Brazilian meat export licenses
Greater Chinese covid concerns are leading to the suspension of Brazilian meat export licenses, according to industry experts.