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Macau and Portugal to strengthen trade
Portugal and Macau will ink a Memorandum of Understanding to promote trade in Portuguese wine and other wine-related food products. The aim is also to strengthen cooperation, exchanges and sharing of experiences in related areas including trade development and promotion, investment, education and manpower training, tourism and cuisine.
The agreement will be signed between Macau’s Economic Services and Instituto da Vinha e do Vinho, a public institute, within the Ministry of Agriculture, which coordinates and controls the organisation of the Portuguese wine sector, and Port and Douro Wines Institute.
The Portuguese minister for Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries, António Serrano, and Macau’s secretary for Economy and Finance, Francis Tam Pak Yuen, will attend the ceremony, the Portuguese Consulate said in a statement.
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