IPIM, in addition to setting up two pavilions, also organised a forum to present and promote Macau’s advantages as a platform for cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries through a variety of interactive and diverse methods.
Continuing the positive outcome of the first edition of the CIIE, IPIM once again organised a business delegation to participate in the exhibition, which includes representatives from different sectors of society, including trade, financial services, conventions and exhibitions, electronic commerce, science and technology, food, hospitality, tourism, catering, manufacturing, and professional services, among others.
IPIM set up pavilions in the Food and Agricultural Exhibition Area and Services Trade Exhibition Zone, which was attended by Macau companies producing goods, selling food and beverages from the Portuguese-speaking countries and accounting and translation services.
On 6 November Macau will host the “Macau Cooperation and Investment Forum – Service Platform for Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-Speaking Countries,” jointly organised by IPIM, the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Bureau. the Shanghai People’s Government and the Permanent Secretariat of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries (Macau).
This seminar aims to introduce participants from around the world to Macau’s positioning and advantages as a Platform for Trade Cooperation Services between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries.