Infrastructure Investment, Construction Forum Concludes in Macao with Fruitful Results

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Updated: 2015-09-07 16:39:13

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MACAO, June 5 (Xinhua) -- The two-day International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum concluded here Friday yielding 11 strategic cooperation agreements worth over 2.5 billion U.S. dollars.

The multi-field partnerships including construction cooperation of Uruguay railway, Mozambique housing units and others cover cooperations in financing, construction machinery and equipment and high-tech.

During the forum, enterprises of China and Portuguese-speaking countries have signed memorandum of understanding on cooperation, which allows companies in mainland and Macao to step abroad. It is also the regional advantages that Macao are taking to act as the platform in connecting the Chinese and Portuguese-speaking regions, Sou Tim Peng, director of Macao Economic Services said, in closing ceremony.

The parallel forum, the first China-LAC Infrastructure Forum, deepened mutual trust among China, Latin America and the Caribbean states, promoted the implementation of more infrastructure work and lifted their economic and trade relations to a new level, said Xu Yingzhen, counselor with Ministry of Commerce of China Department of American and Oceanian Affairs, in concluding remarks.

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