The sixth ministerial conference of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-Speaking Countries (Forum Macao) is set to convene in Macau this April. This meeting, previously postponed due to scheduling conflicts and the global pandemic, is a significant event for fostering economic ties. The forum, established in 2003, includes China and nine Portuguese-speaking nations, aiming to strengthen economic collaboration. Forum Macao’s recent activities include visits to Cape Verde and Equatorial Guinea. A topic featuring strong on the agenda, will be the future role of PSCs in Macau’s integration process in the GBA.
Forum Macao’s Sixth Ministerial Conference Scheduled for April
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