Subject (Course) - Doing Business in Macau
- Introduction to Macau Special Administrative Region (Macau SAR) - China.
- The political system
- The economy of Macau
- The Game Industry
- Tourism in Macau
- Macau's external relations with the European Union and Portugal
- Macau and the Portuguese-speaking countries
- The Agreement to Establish a Closer Economic Partnership between China
- Macau and the Pearl River Delta
- Case Study: The Telecommunication Company of Macau
- Business Plan for Macau
Objectives of the subject “Doing Business in Macau”:
- To analyse the Macau's economy
- To evaluate the business opportunities in Macau
- To analyse Macau's trade relations with China
Subject Description: Doing Business in Macau.
The Macau Special Administrative Region (Macau SAR) is part of the
People's Republic of China, located on the south-east coast of Macau,
west of the Pearl River Delta, adjacent to Guangdong Province, 60
kilometres from Hong Kong
and 145 kilometres from Canton (China).
- The population of Macau is 541,200 people.
- The northern part of Macau is considered one of the most densely
populated areas in the world.
- Of the 435,000 people living in Macau, 95% are of Chinese descent.
- The Chinese language (97% of the population) and Portuguese
are the official languages of Macau.
- The Pataca (MOP) is the official currency of Macau.
- The European Union is one of the largest partners of Macau (20%
of annual exports and 10% of imports from EU member states).
- The total value of Macau's exports to the European Union was 1.59
billion patacas ($ 199 million), and imports from the European Union totalled
7 billion patacas ($ 888 million).
Examples of the subject - Foreign Trade and Business in Macau: