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Sunday, May 28, 2017
Two days and 11 strategic deals. Four of which were related to local firms. The International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum ended on a high note here on Friday.
Chief Executive vows to enhance accountability and to apply third-party evaluation to more than 50 public departments this year.
The government should consider unifying the Internet servers of all government departments and manage bandwidth at a macro level, said legislator Ella Lei Cheng I in a written enquiry. The legislator’s demand follows a recent incident when local public broadcaster...
The Monetary Authority is sticking to its cautious approach in investing for the fiscal reserve, as evidenced by the return rate of 1.19 per cent recorded at the end of September
The Donald did it. Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States. No direct or immediate impact upon Macau, local gurus insist. Although ramifications are expected for US-Sino trade. Global trade is also loaded with uncertainty. Hong Kong stocks plunged the most in two months.
There is no sign or evidence showing that a former executive member of the city’s Cultural Industries Fund has committed illegal acts for the grant of a fund to his relative, Macau’s graft watchdog Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) said...
Hong Kong-listed C Y Foundation Group Ltd., which majors in the provision of services for the management of electronic gaming equipment in Macau, recorded a widened loss in the city's gaming business for the financial year ended March 31...
The government is to review the required 'minimum wage' for an imported construction worker employed here, which has been set at a daily rate of MOP450 (US$56) or a monthly figure of MOP11,700 (calculated on 26 working days a...
Cost overruns. Huge delays. The Light Railway Transit project is in the spotlight again. An audit report slams the Transportation Infrastructure Office (GIT) for its lack of supervision. Directly resulting, it says, in ‘serious delay’ of the mega project.
For the sake of stable development, the government should renew the current gaming operators’ licences, MGM China Co-chairman Pansy Ho says.
Deputies of Macau elected by the population criticised the document on the revision of the electoral law by the Legislative Assembly for lacking references to a reform of the political system, requesting an increase in the number of those...
An investigation report into the Transport Bureau (DSAT) by the Commission Against Corruption. Revealing the Bureau’s administrative failings in its financial management and contract award procedures. Public car park management has been particularly singled out for criticism. CCAC perceives these defects have opened the doors for parties to benefit illicitly.
This term of the Legislative Assembly will end next year. But there are still at least 10 bills awaiting final reading, the president of the legislature said, complaining that the government’s low efficiency is hindering the city’s legislative process
Former MSAR administrators are currently receiving the highest amounts in lifetime pensions from the Portuguese government.
Three highly placed officials in two gov’t departments. The Commission Against Corruption is investigating two senior officials of the Marine and Water Bureau accused of accepting bribes.
Echo Chan Keng Hong, the incumbent co-ordinator of the support office of the permanent secretariat of the Forum for Economic and Trade and Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries, is to be replaced by Macau Economic Services official Cristina...
Experience, inspection and encouragement. The three words the Chairman of the National People’s Congress, Zhang Dejiang, stated as the reason behind his visit. Inspect and report back is the mission, meanwhile urging the local gov’t to improve its administrative abilities to keep up with economic and societal changes and ensure the stable implementation of One Country, Two Systems under the Basic Law.
Witnesses testified that former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng had kept the confiscated agar wood
The argument presented by the two accused Hong Kong businessmen was not sufficient to overturn their corruption ties with a former disgraced public works Secretary over the La Scala land plots, the Court of Second Instance verdict reads
Eight agendas presented. One passed. The rest rejected. At yesterday’s plenary session legislators approved milestone insurance legislation.
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