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Jumore Promotes Partnership in Portuguese Speaking Countries

  • Source: JUMORE
  • Sep.18,2019

“Jumore is ready to work closely with Portuguese speaking countries to promote bilateral trade through its global digital trade platform.” Mr. LU Hongxiang, president of the E-commerce working committee of CCIIP (China Council for International Investment Promotion) and chairman of Jumore E-commerce Co., Ltd made such remarks during his speech at the Investment and Cooperation Seminar for China-Portuguese Speaking Countries in Xiamen on 8th September. The seminar, a key event of the 21st China International Forum on Investment and Trade (CIFIT), attracted hundreds of government officials and enterprises from both China and Portuguese speaking countries.


Jumore, as a leading B2B digital trade platform, serves as the digital gateway for foreign companies to enter the Chinese market. Mr. LU shared Jumore’s global cooperation strategy with officials and entrepreneurs present at the seminar. Foreign officials expressed that there is obvious synergy between Jumore and their countries. With rich resources in agricultural products and minerals, they need digital platforms like Jumore to help them with business development in China. There is also potential for collaboration between Jumore and local e-commerce platforms, which need a business counterpart in China. The president of Forum de Macau and president of Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute welcome and support such cooperation between Jumore and Portuguese speaking countries.



CIFIT: China International Fair for Investment and Trade, takes place in September every year in Xiamen, China. CIFIT focuses both nationality and internationality on investment negotiation and investment policy promotion, coordinated development of national and regional economy, as well as economic and trade exchanges across the Taiwan Strait.

Forum de Macau: The Forum on Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Macao) was established in Macao in October 2003. It was sponsored by the Central Government of China and hosted by the Government of the Macao Special Administrative Region. Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal and East Timor jointly participated. The multilateral economic and trade cooperation mechanism with the theme of economic and trade promotion and development aims at strengthening economic and trade exchanges between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, giving full play to Macao's role as an economic and trade platform linking China and Portuguese-speaking countries.