Macau will aim to foster a “free trade” climate with Portuguese-speaking countries under the central government’s Belt and Road Initiative.
The government is conducting study to upgrade the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement, in an effort to further open up Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR.
The “Investment Agreement” and the “Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation” under the framework of the China and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement have been signed.
Macao and Hong Kong signed a Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement to advance liberalization of trade and service, and create favorable conditions for regional integration.
The negotiation between the Chinese mainland and Macao on comprehensively upgrading Closer Economic Partnership Arrangements has entered its final stage.
The Chinese mainland and Macao were negotiating on comprehensively upgrading Closer Economic Partnership Arrangements (CEPA), which is expected to complete at the end of this year.
Despite recent criticism from some quarters concerning the use of investment treaties and free trade agreements, the Chinese investment treaty system remains firmly in place.
The Service Trade Agreement under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) between Mainland China and Macau comes into effect on June 1, liberalising 153 service sectors from the SAR in China.
Macau and China’s mainland have signed a new agreement under the framework of the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA), further liberalizing trade in services.
China’s mainland and the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) signed a deal on Dec. 18, Thursday, to solidify a free trade agreement between their regions.
Companies from China’s Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao tried to seek new chances at China-ASEAN Expo as the operation of China-ASEAN free trade area (CAFTA) approaches.
The four-letter acronym of a proposed trade pact has sparked such a storm in Taiwan that the government had to change its name.
The 3rd Chinese Medicine Regional Co-operational Symposium yesterday began at the Macau Tower where Bi Zhijian, chief of the Economic and Trade Committee of Guangdong province said that the Chinese medicine industry was one of the important items within the CEPA (Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement) framework.