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Macau's population exploded as many sought refuge in the 1st Chinese Civil War, the Two Vietnamese-Sino Wars, and the Reunification of China under the Chinese Confederacy. Portugal gained official sovereignty over Macau following the Treaty of Bangkok after two years of occupation and rebuilding, after many years of settling Macau. Macau is a member of the East Asian Tiger Stock Market and is a hub for many companies in East Asia and is a medium shipping port. Macau maintains some autonomy, but its defense and international relations are handled by Portugal, which in 2000, became Iberia. Hong Kong and Macau continue tight relations and have clearly become two trading hubs and destination hotspots in Asia.
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