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São Tomé and Príncipe
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04 July 2018
Further delays for the Maputo-Catembe Bridge
The highly anticipated 2.7 km Maputo-Catembe Bridge that will link the Maputo Bay shores will be delayed for a second time this year. The bridge is China’s largest construction project in Mozambique and one that government officials are eagerly awaiting.
29 June 2018
Chinese groups interested in Portugal’s port of Sines terminal
At least five Chinese consortiums are interested in tendering for the new port of Sines terminal in southern Portugal, the largest tender to be launched over the past hundred years, with an approximate value of US$ 650 million.
24 June 2018
Chinese caution curbs São Tomé’s ambitions
More than a year after diplomatic ties were established between China and São Tomé and Príncipe, the Chinese authorities have continued their cautious stance regarding infrastructure investments in the island country.
11 May 2018
Port revolution for Mozambique
Mozambique is in the midst of the most sustained period of port investment of any African country since independence. A total of $800 million was invested in the Port of Maputo between 2012 and 2016, with another $1.2 billion planned before 2033.
06 May 2018
Giant Bridge from Hong Kong will bring benefits to Zhuhai and Macao
The first beneficiaries of the bridge will be the tourism industries of the three cities, especially Macao. Many mainland visitors join a HK-Macao tour and stay one-two days in each city.
11 March 2018
The Greater Bay Area Initiative: a further step in regional integration
China’s central government will release the development plan to link Hong Kong and Macao with nine cities in Guangdong province in the first half of this year.
11 March 2018
China’s financing of public works in Mozambique exceeds US$2.28 billion
The Maputo/Catembe bridge, due to open in the next few months in the Mozambican capital, is the project with the biggest funding granted by China.