AL committee raises questions on MOP Chinese name in BOC notes

A Chinese character on banknotes issued by the Bank of China, Macau Branch has raised concerns about the notes being printed differently from that outlined in the

Macau cuts benchmark interest rate for third time this year

The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) has cut its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points, following an identical decision six weeks ago. Yesterday’s

Gaming – Las Vegas | MGM sets year-end target for MGM Grand sale

MGM Resorts International expects to announce a buyer for its flagship MGM Grand resort in Las Vegas by the end of year, marking one of the final

One year, two visits China said to offer rendezvous in Macau for Trump trade deal

U.S. President Donald Trump was expected to sign an interim trade deal with his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit

MUST research shows preference for current free healthcare system

Research into Macau’s healthcare system conducted by the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) showed that two-thirds of respondents expect existing systems of free medical care

UM delegation visits Portuguese universities

A delegation from the University of Macau (UM) led by Rector Yonghua Song recently visited universities in Portugal. The UM delegation met with heads of the Portuguese universities

Package tour visitors drop 35% in September

Package tour visitors dropped 35.7% year-on-year in September, official data released yesterday showed, rounding out the first three quarters of the year with a 4.5% contraction.

Anima: Proposed IAM bill could lead to shut down of slaughterhouses

Animal rights activist Albano Martins said that the Municipal Affairs Bureau’s (IAM) proposed bill to euthanize animals as a last resort to prevent animal diseases could be

MGTO refutes existence of rude campers

The local government has indicated that tourists using camping facilities in Macau were well-behaved, according to a statement released by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO)

Briefs | DSPA sets up plastic bottle recycling machines

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) has set up plastic bottle recycling machines all over town. This is the first phase of the roll-out of this type of recycling

No wins for local team in badminton tournament

The annual Macau Open Badminton is back until November 3, inviting approximately 280 players from 18 countries and regions to participate the tournament. With

Hong Kong banking giants defy dire predictions amid protests

There may be protests, wafts of tear gas and the occasional burning Starbucks along the street, but inside Hong Kong’s biggest financial firms the outlook for

Stock exchange chief says China’s lack of trust hurt Hong Kong experiment

China’s plan to allow Hong Kong autonomy had “fundamental flaws” from the start because Beijing never trusted the former British colony to uphold its rule, the

Hong Kong crashes into recession as protests hit economy

Hong Kong’s economy contracted sharply in the third quarter as it entered a recession, exceeding economists’ worst estimates of the damage from nearly five months of

In Carlos Tavares, Fiat family finds heir to Marchionne legacy

As the scion of the Agnelli family’s industrial dynasty, John Elkann honed his management skills under Sergio Marchionne, who brought Fiat back from the brink before turning

MGM receives social responsibility accolade

MGM has received the Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award for the third consecutive year and earned its second Ambassadors of Corporate Social Responsibility honor at the 8th Cross-Strait-Four-Region

Melco inaugurates platform for SMEs

Melco Resorts & Entertainment recently inaugurated the “Knowing You, Knowing Us” campaign, which aims to act as a communications platform between SMEs and Melco. Last week, Melco

Security firm says Chinese hackers intercepted text messages

Chinese hackers with a history of state-sponsored espionage have intercepted the text messages of thousands of foreigners in a targeted campaign that planted eavesdropping software on

Beijing denies reports of professor spying in Belgium

China said last night that reports that a professor leading a Beijing-backed language and culture institute in Belgium was involved in spying are untrue. Chinese foreign

Pakistan | Survivors say burning train took 20 minutes to stop, 74 dead

A raging fire swept through a train in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab Province yesterday killing 74 people and survivors said afterward it took nearly 20 minutes for

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