Hengqin: JLL optimistic about future demand

The potential for property development in Hengqin is significant, as is local residents’ access to such real estate, said Jones Lang LaSalle’s chief operating officer

Gov’t considering making rent payments by bank transfer mandatory

The government is considering making the payment of rent fees by bank transfer mandatory. The policy proposal was floated by the Secretary for Administration and

Briefs | Gov’t says no air deterioration from Zhuhai explosion

Major air quality deterioration in Macau owing to the explosion that took place yesterday at a Zhuhai petrochemical plant is unlikely, noted the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) and

Tourism regulator forecasts 3% fewer visitors in 2020

Macau visitor arrivals will drop by 3% in 2020, according to a prediction by Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office

Artyzen to develop lifestyle hotel in China’s Chongqing

The company responsible for managing Grand Lapa, Macau and Grand Coloane Resort has signed a hotel management agreement with a Chongqing firm to develop a hotel

Analysts: January GGR might be better than expected

Macau gross gaming revenue since the opening of the year seems to be holding much steadier than what analysts had earlier predicted. Total GRR for the

MGM teams up with sports league on betting deal

The National Lacrosse League is the latest U.S. sports association to embrace gambling. The league is teaming up with Roar Digital, a joint venture between

Gov’t science fund to offer millions for R&D

As much as MOP1 million will be given to the winners of three awards by the Science and Technology Development Fund, alongside other incentive programs encouraging research

Taxi drivers want gov’t to pay for recording systems

The city’s taxi drivers are maintaining their position demanding the local government pay for the recording and tracking devices required to be installed inside their vehicles.

Two residents commit suicide in less than 24 hours

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported two cases of suspected suicide involving local residents in less than 24 hours. The first case occurred on the

Abuse of ambulance services more common in 2019

During 2019, the Fire Services Bureau (CB) ambulance service responded to more calls for ambulances due to an increase in reports of fever, stomach ache, and dizziness,

Macau and mainland update agreement on judicial cooperation

The government of the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) and the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China have signed an amendment to an

Singapore companies abandon home to list in Hong Kong

Hong Kong remains the top listing venue for Singapore companies. CTR Holdings Ltd., a provider of engineering services, is the latest example. It’s the second

Trade, intellectual property initiative issued in Guangzhou

The Nansha Initiative on Trade and Intellectual Property was signed yesterday in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province, as the two-day Forum on Global Trade, Technology Innovation and

Rebounding Atlantic City casinos see $3.3 billion revenue in 2019

Atlantic City’s casinos won almost $3.3 billion from gamblers in 2019, helped by surging sports and internet bets as the seaside resort continued to rebound from

Prada unveils pop-up store at Shoppes at Four Seasons

Milanese luxury brand Prada is back in Macau to unveil a new pop-up store inside Shoppes at Four Seasons for the upcoming Chinese New Year. The store, which

Sands China volunteer team visit elderly in annual event

A group of around 120 Sands Cares Ambassadors visited the homes of about 100 elderly living at Seac Pai Van public housing in Coloane Sunday, in an annual

Pneumonia outbreak | China: Possible that new virus could spread between humans

The possibility that a new virus in central China could spread between humans cannot be ruled out, though the risk of transmission at the moment appears to be low, Chinese

Russia says US Indo-Pacific strategy is to contain China

Russia yesterday criticized the United States for introducing a new Indo-Pacific concept it said was aimed at containing China. Addressing a global conference in the Indian capital to discuss the most

Gov’t says Taiwan policy intact despite election results

A Chinese official said yesterday that Beijing will not change its policy of annexing Taiwan through its “one country, two systems” framework, despite the heavy turnout in favor of pro-independence

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