25 May 2020
Brazil-China relations have been put to a further strain with the release by the Brazilian Supreme Court of a recording of a Government meeting where Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, says the Chinese Government should pay for a Marshall Plan to all countries that have been hit by Covid-19. China´s embassy in Brazil has avoided escalation.
12 May 2020
To assist in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Health of Angola received on Monday the first of five cargos from China that will bring a total of 380 tons of biosafety materials, including such as medical ventilators, infrared thermometers and masks.
12 May 2020
The local Association of Chinese Companies donated on Monday 6.5 million escudos (EUR 59 thousand) to the country, which will be channeled to the National Emergency Fund to fight the new coronavirus pandemic. The local government has praised Chinese support, from companies and the State.
08 May 2020
President Xi Jinping said Thursday, during a conversation with his Portuguese counterpart that he expects that after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, the two sides will deepen cooperation, promote the joint construction of the Belt and Road (B&R),and push for greater development of the China-Portugal comprehensive strategic partnership.
07 May 2020
The Mozambican government’s real GDP growth projection of 2.2% for this year may prove to be "somewhat optimistic", according to Eaglestone Securities, considering the uncertainties surrounding the impact that Covid-19 could ultimately have on the local economy.
14 April 2020
In a letter sent on 10th April to the Chinese MFA and the International Department of the Communist Party of China, the African Group of Ambassadors in Beijing “strongly protests” the “ongoing forceful testing and quarantine and maltreatment of African Nationals in China and in Guangdong Province in particular”.
08 April 2020
The increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Portugal, to over 12 thousand, generated a wave of solidarity in Macau, with important donations from the community, including one of more than 250 thousand protective masks by the Portuguese-Macanese group Quinta da Marmeleira.