AL Plenary | Public financial disclosure guidelines completion expected this year

The local government hopes to finish the guidelines for public financial disclosure within this year, as revealed by Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong during Friday’s

Building reconstruction tax benefits regime passed

Tax benefits for building reconstruction was passed at the Legislative Assembly (AL) last Friday. The law proposes tax benefits for the reconstruction of old buildings, with

Ask The Vet | Cat teeth cleaning steps

Dental hygiene is a vital part of keeping your cat healthy and there are a choice of options to help maintain the strength and cleanliness of the cat teeth.

IMF forecasts Hong Kong growth slowdown in 2019

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) commended Hong Kong in its recent report for maintaining its financial regulation and supervision.  The IMF forecasted Hong Kong’s economy to

China beefs up agricultural product supply to Macau, HK

China’s Ministry of Commerce has designated Guangdong and Jiangxi provinces as the reserve bases to meet the needs of agricultural products for Hong Kong and Macau residents

FMCC’s 10th annual charity gala dinner raises MOP70,000

Approximately 300 local and international guests and members of the France Macau Chamber of Commerce (FMCC) joined Friday’s 10th FMCC Annual Charity Gala Dinner, themed “First

Canadian arrested for MOP2.3 billion fraud

A Canadian man was arrested in Macau on Saturday for allegedly attempting to defraud a local entertainment company out of MOP2.3 billion (around USD284 million). The bank had

Non-resident labor reaches record high

The number of non-resident workers (TNR) reached its highest point ever in 2018, totaling 188,480 people at the end of December, data disclosed by the Labour Affairs

MSAR retains 9th place for most ‘free economy’ in Asia-Pacific

Macau is amongst the group of countries and regions with a “mostly free” economy, according to the latest economic freedom report from U.S. organization the

Twenty Macau buyers involved in mainland property scam

A group of 20 local residents held a press conference on Saturday morning seeking help from lawmakers over an alleged real estate scam they say they are victim to,

CRIME | Authorities crack down on counterfeit credit cards, forged documents

Police authorities have arrested a group of five suspects who have been using fake international credit cards to purchase items on online shopping platforms in Hong

German expert panel agrees on 2038 deadline to end coal use

In a pioneering move, a government-appointed panel on Saturday recommended that Germany stop burning coal to generate electricity by 2038 at the latest, as part of

Indonesia | Palm oil tycoon who built USD9b empire dies

Eka Tjipta Widjaja, who became a coconut and palm-oil trader at the age of 15 before building a multi-billion dollar empire with businesses spanning paper and pulp

Morpheus opens new retail space

Morpheus at City of Dreams has unveiled a new retail space called “Morpheus Boutique.” The retail space will feature a selection of must-have products appearing in Macau

Beijing joins talks to strike a worldwide digital trade pact

China will join a group including the U.S. and the European Union in negotiating new rules to cover the USD25 trillion e-commerce market. The EU and 47 other

Microsoft’s Bing blocked for two days, prompting grumbling

Chinese internet users lost access to Microsoft’s Bing search engine for two days, setting off grumbling about the ruling Communist Party’s increasingly tight online censorship.

Canada’s prime minister fires his ambassador to China

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fired Canada’s ambassador to China after the envoy said it would be “great” if the U.S. dropped its extradition request for a Chinese

Smoking by cabin crew banned in cockpits of domestic flights

Pilots and other cabin crew can no longer smoke in the cockpits of domestic flights in China. The Civil Aviation Administration of China issued a notice last week to

20 dead as bombs target Sunday Mass in Philippine cathedral

Two bombs minutes apart tore through a Roman Catholic cathedral on a southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active, killing at least 20 people and wounding

Indonesia stands to gain from US-China trade war, Lembong says

Indonesia is among countries set to benefit from companies relocating factories from China because of its trade war with the U.S., according to Tom Lembong, chairman of

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