Macau European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) Board Chairman Rui Pedro Cunha expressed sympathy for local governments’ efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and called for hope, resilience and patience until the city reopens. I’m here. Arrival and business talent.
At the annual gala dinner held at the Grand Lisboa Palace Resort last night, the Chamber President made remarkable achievements in the areas of luxury, dining, innovation and Sino-European cooperation in the Greater Bay Area. It was held to recognize business leaders. Area over the past year.
“The government is just trying to deal with this situation. If I were in the government’s shoes, I probably would have done something similar. No,” said Rui Pedro Cunha.
Despite acknowledging that existing Covid-19 policies are hurting the local business sector, the vice president of the Rui Cunha Foundation says the city appears safe for residents, at least for now. I really wanted to thank you.
“Borders cannot be opened until China does something, but we have to wait a little longer for the government to be able to do it. I really believe that it will be,” he added.
Founded in 2013, the Macao European Chamber of Commerce has members from Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Romania and the United Kingdom.