Increase of 8 percent in fire cases reported

The Fire Services Bureau (CB) was called less often to respond to several types of incidents over 2018. The 1.3 percent drop was reported yesterday to

CRIME | Mainland man killed in illegal guesthouse

A 47-year-old man from the mainland has been killed in an illegal guesthouse in Taipa at the Edifício Palácio do Sucesso, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday. Initially,

Guangzhou eyes more cooperation with Macau

Guangzhou mayor Wen Guohui said yesterday that the city is seeking to strengthen  cooperation with Macau and Hong Kong to expedite construction of

Gaming | Analysts offer gloomy January outlook

Brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein has warned that January gross gaming revenue could contract by as much as between 8 and 12 percent year-on-year. If correct, the

Chief Executive affirms support for local media role

The Chief Executive, Chui Sai On, yesterday pledged to support local media during a lunch with representatives of English and Portuguese-language media. In his speech, Chui

Police detain suspect of theft occurred last month

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has detained the suspect of a theft which occurred on December 21, 2018 at Rua de Santa Clara in Macau’s

Legislative Assembly | Gov’t plans regulations to watch public companies’ finances

The government has revealed to lawmakers that it has plans to establish new regulations to monitor public companies’ financial situations, according to lawmaker Chan Chak Mo.

Air Macau transported nearly 3.3 million passengers in 2018

Air Macau transported 40 percent of the 8.26 million passengers that traveled to the region using the Macau International Airport (MIA) last year, Macau International Airport

G2E to launch FinTech segment to its expo

Global Gaming Expo (G2E) Asia is launching its new show segment, “Financial Technology Asia,” at the 13th edition of the gaming event, which will be held from

Briefs | Girl in serious condition due to flu

As of Monday night, a one-year-old local girl is in serious condition after she was diagnosed with the influenza A virus, the Health Bureau (SSM) reported.  Within the

Gaming | US: Atlantic City casino revenue up, but newbies hurt others

Two reopened casinos and half a year of sports betting helped push Atlantic City’s casino revenue up 7.5 percent in 2018 to nearly USD2.86 billion, state

Huawei founder says company would not share user secrets

The founder of Huawei, in a new effort to allay Western security concerns, said yesterday that the Chinese tech giant would not comply with Chinese government requests

Angola | Economy contracted by 1.6pct in the third quarter of 2018

Angola recorded a 1.6 percent economic contraction in the third quarter of 2018 and ended the year with an inflation rate of 18.6 percent, the National Statistics

More shipping connections between Cape Verde, Portugal

Boluda Lines, the shipping company of the Boluda Corporación Marítima group from Canarias, on February 1 will increase the frequency of shipping connections between Portugal, Spain and

Trade war delaying Chinese automaker’s US plans

The U.S.-China trade war has delayed but not derailed Chinese automaker GAC Motor’s plans to enter the American market, company officials said Monday. Company

Tax-cut strategy implemented as lending stabilizes

China’s government is turning increasingly to tax cuts as the first line of defense against a slowing economy, as credit data released yesterday showed some vindication of

Analysis | Beijing pulling out all stops in Canada tensions

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s government is sparing no expense to its international reputation in its determination to force Canada to back down over the case of

Hong Kong | Ex-leader Tsang released after serving sentence

HONG Kong’s former top leader Donald Tsang was released yesterday after serving time in prison for failing to disclose plans to rent a luxury apartment from

Singapore | Hackers who targeted PM won’t be named

Singapore officials said yesterday that it isn’t in the country’s interest to nab — or even name — the perpetrator of a cyberattack that breached 1.5 million

Japan | Court denies bail to Nissan’s ex-chair Ghosn

The Tokyo District Court turned down a request by Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn for release on bail yesterday, prolonging his detention by weeks and possibly

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