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Tuesday, May 30, 2017
No confirmation yet on the part of FIA regarding the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) participation in the 2017 Macau Grand Prix
In its latest move to cash out of its business, Fosun International Limited, China’s largest privately-owned corporation controlled by Shanghai billionaire Guo Guangchang, announced in a disclosure with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that it is disposing of several...
Cloee Chao, president of the New Macau Gaming Professionals Association, has pledged to run in the upcoming legislative election, submitting her nomination list on Friday, according to TDM Radio news. The gaming activist claims her participation in this year’s Legislative...
During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly session lawmakers queried the Administration’s resolve. Following domestic watchdogs’ reports on corrupt practices in gov’t departments. Identifying some of the most relevant graft cases of late, they complained that the Executive is ignoring recommendations.
Alibaba Group claims not be considering developing an independent brand of its Alipay mobile payment system for the MSAR, while the government says it is in negotiations with the group to extend its co-operation with local financial entities
The local Sports Bureau and FIA have different interpretations regarding the appearance of the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) in Macau
Workers from Portuguese bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) branch in France questioned the bank’s management if it intends to reduce its operations in the country while maintaining operations in the MSAR
The foreign workforce accounted for nearly 36 per cent of Macau’s population in April 2017, but bureaucracy is still an obstacle in getting the labour needed by SMEs in a timely fashion
Vice chairman of the Macau Federation of Trade Unions (FOAM) Kong Ioi Fai declared during the TDM radio programme Macao Forum that FOAM will not hold any campaigns for the upcoming legislative elections under events subsidised by the Macao...
Singapore’s gaming law serves as an example within the region, although not yet on a par with other more mature gaming jurisdictions, says expert
A 6 per cent increase in the level of nitrogen dioxide, y-o-y, resulting mainly from burning of fuel, was evident in 2016
Linking together over 21,000 lawyers worldwide from over 100 countries, worldwide law firm network Lex Mundi applies strict criteria with a strong focus on technology regarding who it lets in, sharing with clients expertise in gaming, cyber security, data privacy and more
The city’s revenue per available hotel room hit US$146 (MOP1,172) as in the month of March this year with 85.2 per cent hotel occupancy rate, according to Jones Lang Lasalle’s (JLL) latest report on Hotel Destinations Asia Pacific of...
The first Green Book of Macau includes academic analysis of the MSAR’s development in tourism and leisure, including suggestions to the city’s authorities
Private health establishments are leading in the provision of medical services in Macau
Government awards architect Chan Hou Kuan with MOP38.5 million contract development plan for public housing to be constructed on site of old power plant on Avenida Venceslau de Morais
The Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) said yesterday in a release that it ‘agreed’ with the recent Commission of Audit (CA) report and that it will revise and reform its co-ordination system for public street works. A new IT...
Following the arrest of 21 people for alleged corruption related to the falsified test results of concrete used on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, the government is convening a press conference today to announce more details. The HKSAR Government’s official response...
Macau International Airport Company Limited (CAM), the local airport operator, announced yesterday that it has opened a tender for Fixed Base Operators (FBO) for the airport, closing August 9 at 5:00pm. The tender is open to both business and...
ICAC - the anti-corruption watchdog of Hong Kong - have made 21 arrests. Calling into question the stability of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. Potentially falsified tests on concrete compression and a botched internal investigation by the contractor have emerged. Possibly leading to a complete re-evaluation of the project, originally slated for completion this year.
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