IC new vice-president inaugurated

The new vice president of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), Chan Kai Chon, took the oath of office yesterday in a ceremony presided over by the president

Paid arsonist placed under preventive arrest

A 26-year-old Hong Kong man who was paid to set two cars on fire has been placed under preventive arrest, according to a statement released by the Public Prosecutions

Restaurants, retailers report business improvement in Nov

Around 36 percent of interviewed restaurants and similar establishments reported a year-on-year growth in receipts in November 2018, according to the latest business climate survey. The survey,

Heritage | IC to study listing of Iec Long Firework Factory

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is studying the possibility of listing the former Iec Long Firework Factory in Taipa, the Bureau’s president Mok Ian Ian revealed

Association claims former leader has no influence on operations

The Macau Historical Districts Developments Promotion Association has expressed its confidence in the association’s service despite the case involving the real estate agency owner, Isabel Chiang, who

39 suspects arrested in illegal POS scheme involving RMB30b

In an update to a case earlier reported by the Times, a total of 39 suspects have now been arrested in an underground money laundering scheme

Mainland, Hong Kong sign judicial assistance arrangement

The Supreme People’s Court (SPC) signed a document with Hong Kong’s Department of Justice on judicial assistance over civil and commercial matters. The document titled

Former BNU head turned down for Bison Bank CEO

The former Banco Nacional Ultramarino (BNU) Chief Executive Officer, Pedro Cardoso, has been appointed to head the International Branch of Chinese Bison Capital owned Bison Bank,

Gongbei recorded 12,098 smuggling cases in 2018

The Gongbei Customs authority has announced that 12,098 smuggling cases were investigated last year, an increase of 1.56 percent year-on-year. The amount involved in the cases

Secretary and lawmakers tour Chinese Medicine Park

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, and 23 lawmakers toured the Chinese Traditional Medicine Park at Hengqin Island on Monday. During the visit, the Secretary

Illegal construction works demolished

An interdepartmental group set up to demolish illegal construction works has intervened in two cases of structures being unlawfully constructed on rooftops. According to a statement

Inflation rate reaches 3 percent in 2018

Macau’s composite consumer price index (CPI) in December 2018 increased by 2.94 percent year- on-year to 114.35, with its inflation rate for 2018 reaching 3 percent, up by

Gaming | Philippines expected to set another record year

The Philippines is on track to see another record year in terms of gross gaming revenue, according to a Reuters interview with the chairman of the

Music | Violinist Tianwa Yang joined Macao Orchestra for concert

The Macao Orchestra (OM) presented the concert “Salute to Richard Strauss – Tianwa Yang and Macao Orchestra”, part of the Shining Virtuosos series, on 19 January at

Briefs | Secretary admits public house quality problem

Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo do Rosário has admitted that falling bricks on the external walls of public houses are a problem, but the Secretary also declared

Survey | CEO pessimism on economy spreads after upbeat 2018

A survey of hundreds of corporate leaders shows “a record jump in pessimism” about the world economy, with sentiment doused by trade spats, a global downturn and fading benefits

Starbucks expands Uber delivery venture to San Francisco, London

Starbucks Corp. is expanding its venture with Uber Eats, offering delivery in San Francisco followed by expansion into other major U.S. cities and rolling out

Toyota, Panasonic announce venture for green auto batteries

Toyota Motor Corp. and Panasonic Corp. are setting up a joint venture to research, manufacture and sell batteries for ecological autos, an increasingly lucrative sector amid concerns

MasterCard fined USD648m for ramping up EU card fees

MasterCard Inc. was fined 570.6 million euros (USD648 million) by the European Union for imposing rules that regulators said may have artificially raised the costs of

Mozambique | Economic growth in 2019 practically unchanged compared to 2018 – EIU

Mozambique’s economy is expected to remain unchanged in 2019, with Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth falling by 10 basis points compared with 2018 to 3.4 percent, according

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