Macau has a strong infrastructure and a free port without exchange controls.
Situated at the east of the Pearl River Delta, Macau was governed by Portugal until 1999 when its sovereignty was transferred to China and became a Special Administrative Region. As a result, the region is heavily influenced by both cultures and its official languages are Portuguese and Chinese. Macau has a high level of autonomy since, and like Hong Kong, it is governed under the ‘one country, two systems’ policy. It has a strong infrastructure and a free port without exchange controls, so funds can flow in and out freely. This contributes to a highly attractive business environment for investors.