Trade between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries reached US$14.844 million in January February, an increase of 32.64% compared to the same period of 2016, according to official Chinese figures issued by Forum Macau. In the first two months of 2017, China sold goods worth US$4.561 billion (+12.97% year-on-year) to the eight Portuguese-speaking countries and bought goods worth US$10.283 billion (+43.74 %). (…) Trade with Mozambique amounted to US$270 million (-1.44%), with China selling products worth US$164 million (-10.30%) and buying goods worth US$$105 million (+16.51%). (…)