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.
06 May 2020
Emily Kuo Vong´s Foundation Donates Over 100 Ventilators to Portugal and Vows to Invest in the Country
Emily Kuo Vong, president of the International Cultural Club of Portugal (ICCP), has donated to Portugal´s Health Service (SNS) medical supplies including 100 Ventilators, to assist the country in its effort to deal with Covid-19. The supplies, CLBrief has learned, have already arrived in Lisbon, Portugal.
04 May 2020
Starting May 5th, a new and improved CL Brief e-mail newsletter will be available to all its readers, with timely, reliable and relevant information about business issues regarding the Portuguese-Speaking Countries (PSCs), China and other Asian economies.
30 April 2020
Banco Nacional Ultramarino bank and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau) have signed a memorandum of understanding for the joint promotion of business between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries, according to a statement by the issuing bank.
29 April 2020
Chinese construction companies were reportedly among potential buyers of Brisa, Portugal's main road concessionaire, but it was a grouping of three institutional investors that made the deal. Among the new shareholders is NPS, the national pension service of South Korea.
21 April 2020
The 2020 Lines of Government Action, the first presented under the new chief executive, Ho Iat Seng, essentially retain that central role and opens new avenues for their development, like a Renminbi-denominated stock market and e-commerce platforms.
21 April 2020
The Portuguese Government considers nationalising the company, where it already has half of the capital, but its private shareholders are pushing for a cash infusion, from a financial consortium which could have Chinese capital.