A business park for “mainly Chinese” companies.

A business park for “mainly Chinese” companies.

“The construction of a commercial and residential complex consisting of 18 buildings will begin at the end of this year, in Oeiras, municipality of Oeiras, in a partnership between the largest construction company in China, called China Construction, and Teixeira Duarte, and in principle, when this park will be completed,” explained Antonio Martinez. Da Cruz, “which may take two or three years, will mainly be to accommodate Chinese companies that want to come here.”

On the sidelines of a conference on the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Portugal and the 25th anniversary of the handover of Macau to China, in Lisbon, the official also informed that after a working mission at the end of March and in China, organized by OVIA, “a company from Shenzhen has already signed a cooperation protocol with a Portuguese company.” Specialized in digitization.

Contacts are expected to continue, with the expected visit of a business delegation from the Deep Cooperation Area in Guangdong and Macau, while Portuguese entrepreneurs are expected to return in October with a focus on cooperation between technology parks in Oeiras and from Hengqin Island.

The OVIA president also stated that CALB, which is designing a battery factory for Sines, should set up its offices in Oeiras, adding that he has been contacted by two other Chinese companies mainly operating in the “innovation and technology” sectors. “, to settle in the municipality.

Besides China, Mr. Martins da Cruz also revealed that the investment fund, which he met in London last year, has already come to Portugal “with a company and has already started building a data center in Oeiras, representing an investment of more than 150 million euros.

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Last March, in an interview with Lusa, the Chinese ambassador to Portugal, Zhao Bintang, predicted that the participation of a Chinese company in the Oeiras project could attract “investments from Chinese companies in the field of new energies.”

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