Macau Delegation in Brazil for Business

    Today the chief executive of the Special Administrative Region of Macau, Edmund Ho, will meet with president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in BrasÀ­lia.

    Ho is a kind of governor of the Macau region, which covers some 16 square kilometers and was formerly a Portuguese colony.


    Brazil is interested in strengthening its relations with Macau precisely because a part of the population there speaks Portuguese.


    Ho and his entourage of politicians and businessmen will be in Brazil until June 25. They will also visit São Paulo, Manaus and Rio de Janeiro.


    ABr

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