Property expert calls for easing of license acquisition

Acquiring operation licenses remains a challenge for business operators keen on starting a firm in the region. Real estate expert Oliver Tong called on the government

Minister of Foreign Affairs | Canadian man’s arrest in Macau not linked to China detentions

The arrest of a Canadian man (surnamed Leao) in Macau is not linked to the detention of other Canadian citizens in China. “I can

Aviation | New sevices base well entrenched and ‘here to stay’

TAG Aviation, a private and business aviation services firm, has chosen Macau for its first fixed base operation in the Asia-Pacific region. Joining three existing operations

Lam Wai Hou officially appointed GDI head

The acting director of the Infrastructure Development Office (GDI), Lam Wai Hou, has been officially appointed GDI Director for the period of Feb. 1, 2019 to June 29, 2019,

HKZMB’s effect on Zhuhai considered ‘far from enough’

The mayor of Zhuhai, Yao Yisheng, said that the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) is far from enough in terms of its effect on Zhuhai, according to the

MGM aims to create platform between local and global artists

MGM is seeking to have local artists share and exchange works with global artists in a bid to boost the city’s art scene. As the

BNU profits fell 17 percent

The figures came from an analysis of the bank’s Annual Trial Balance, published yesterday in the government’s Official Gazette (BO). According to the final balance sheet that closed the

Tourism | Tour groups above 9m benchmark in 2018

Visitors on package tours totalled 9,096,000 in 2018, up by 5.5 percent year-on-year, with those from mainland China (7,103,000), South Korea (616,000) and Taiwan (696,000) recording increases of 2.6

Three football fields proposed for new urban zone A

The Sports Bureau (ID) has made a proposal to the relevant governmental department to build at least three football courts in the New Urban Zone A.

Gaming | Duterte’s ban clouds Philippines’ casino push, regulator says

The Philippines’ gaming chief said she will ask President Rodrigo Duterte to relax a ban on new casino licenses as the nation risks losing out on a

Advertorial – MELCO | WHOLE PERSON DEVELOPMENT: Nurturing local talent for professional excellence

As one of the largest employers in Macau with over 21,000 employees, Melco Resorts & Entertainment fosters local talent for enhanced career prospects Integrated resorts operator

More than USD125b of really old money awaits Asia heirs

It’s been a mournful start to 2019 for two of Asia’s richest families. Eka Tjipta Widjaja, who began as a coconut and palm-oil trader at age

Interview | Ghosn says arrest due to plot within Nissan

Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn, in his first interview since his arrest in November, blamed fellow executives opposed to forging closer ties with the automaker’s French

Timeline: The battle over Huawei

DEC. 1: Canada arrests Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of the company’s founder, at America’s request on a stopover at Vancouver airport. The U.S. is reported

Trade War | For US-China talks, hopes are high, expectations low

U.S. and Chinese negotiators start two days of high-level talks today aimed at settling a six-month trade war that has weakened both sides, shaken financial

Report | Powerful Illinois speaker recorded in probe involving Chinese developer

A Chicago newspaper reported that a lengthy federal court affidavit says the FBI secretly recorded Illinois’ powerful House speaker in 2014 discussing a hotel development project and the

China bans wife of jailed Taiwan activist from visiting him

China has banned the wife of a Taiwanese human rights activist jailed in China from visiting him for three months due to alleged improper behavior, a

South Korea | Protesters mourn death of wartime sex slave who fought Tokyo

A South Korean woman who was forced as a girl into a brothel and sexually enslaved by the Japanese military during World War II was mourned yesterday by hundreds

Thailand | Bangkok shuts hundreds of schools as toxic haze shrouds city

Thai officials shut hundreds of schools in Bangkok yesterday as some of the world’s most toxic air hung over the city. The metropolis of about 10

Belt & Road | Souring deals in Asia put China’s initiative dreams under pressure

Chinese President Xi Jinping already had plenty of reasons to rethink his grand plan to build railways, ports and other infrastructure across the globe. Malaysia has given

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