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01 August 2022
First train for Porto metro project rolls off production line in China
The first subway train developed by CRRC Tangshan, one of China’s major high-speed train manufacturers, rolled off the production line last week and will be tested in the city of Tangshan, Hebei province.
27 July 2022
Cabo Verde working with Macau Industrial Park to implement traditional Chinese medicine
Cabo Verde is working with Macau Industrial Park to implement traditional Chinese medicine in the country, as an alternative to conventional medicine, according to the country´s Minister of Health, Arlindo do Rosário.
20 July 2022
Brazilian Ride-Hailing App 99 and China´s BYD launch joint EV tests
Brazilian ride-hailing app 99, owned by China’s Didi Chuxing Technology Co Ltd, has signed an agreement with Chinese automaker BYD to start testing an electric car developed for its drivers.
20 July 2022
Hong Kong Monetary Authority and 20 financial giants promote GBA fintech talent
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank and a total of 20 financial giants have announced a new initiative to nurture fintech talent in the Greater Bay Area (GBA).
08 July 2022
Chinese heavy equipment maker Sany supplies Brazil´s CSN Mineração with electric trucks and excavators
Chinese heavy equipment manufacturer Sany has made a delivery of electric trucks and excavators to CSN Mineração, the mining arm of Brazilian steelmaker CSN.
05 July 2022
Brazilian and Chinese IT and AI communities link up
Experts and companies in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data from China and Brazil are linking up, with their sights in joint business opportunities.
27 June 2022
Portuguese company i-charging to supply EV chargers to Macau, Hong Kong and Greater Bay Area
Portuguese company i-charging will sell 'blueberry' EV chargers in Macau, Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area under a new partnership with Mucharging.
13 June 2022
Geely subsidiary Lynk&Co to offer car subscription service in Portugal in 2023
Lynk&Co, a joint venture between Volvo and Geely from China will start offering its car subscription service in Portugal next year.