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Thursday, April 27, 2017
Global Finance publication salutes Macau. Factoring in various metrics to rank the MSAR third richest territory in the world. Thanks to the bounce-back in gaming revenues. Just after Qatar and Luxembourg. GDP and purchasing power were the primary considerations.
The legislator hopes the bill can be discussed in the legislature this year
Joseph Lau is listed in a top 100 global rich list despite the fact that he has transferred Chinese Estates shares to his children
Meanwhile, the MSAR’s overall attractiveness for foreign workers is higher than that of many Chinese cities
A total of 21 illegal works were found a...
This week, several Macanese people atten...
Malaysian authorities dismissed media re...
Smoking lounges can be maintained in casinos. Following implementation of the full-smoking ban bill. Despite the fact that the original bill features zero rooms. Changes reflect gaming operators’ proposed ‘high-standard’ cubicles. With a survey claiming 60 pct of casino workers acquiesce.

Open the door?

Opinions are polarised on whether the city should be more open to non-resident workers
Macau Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers grossly misreports royalties collected – stating it collected MOP80,000 more than it did

Art profits

Local artists believe increasing copyright awareness will help the local industry improve its revenues and sustainability

Protecting minors

Legislators agree on the introduction of two new crimes in the Penal Code: the solicitation of underage prostitution, and the production and use of child pornography
A culturally sustainable city is IC’s wish for the year ahead. The cultural bureau’s nearly half a billion pataca-budget for 2016 was a good start, but it has not prevented the shipyards in Coloane from falling apart
Permanent residents of the two Special A...
Dating boutique for high-income earners targets Cantonese-speaking locals
The slow march against increased traffic fees is to be repeated. But local associations are less understanding, requesting the DSSOPT Secretary step down as their first demand
The government is rushing to replace live poultry trade with frozen meat business due to Bird Flu outbreaks
Some 49 illegal workers were discovered ...
Chinese nationals comprise 71.3 per cent of the 4,423 foreign nationals who have received Portugal’s special residence permit since the programme started in 2012, with the connection to Macau seen as one of the main factors for the large percentage
The majority of the cases were related to labour affairs, according to the association
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