Law amendment to recquire insurers to retain records for up to 10 years

The government has proposed an amendment which requires insurance companies to keep business documents for a longer period, the Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) reported yesterday. The committee

Briefs | Air Macau flight crew reportedly takes Covid-19 test every week

  Flight crews working with Air Macau are required to undergo a Covid-19 swab nucleic acid test every seven days, an insider told the Times. The local flag carrier has been

Sands China records more losses in April than in Q1

Sands China Ltd.’s net loss in April was $180 million, compared to the $166 million net loss from January to March amid the pandemic outbreak. In April, the gaming operator recorded

Chongqing announces resumption of visa issuance to SARs

Mainland China has resumed processing both Individual Visit Scheme (IVS) and group tour travel visas to the SARs, according to an official announcement issued by the police department of Chongqing. Chongqing

MGM reshuffles after Bowie retirement announcement

MGM China will undergo a leadership restructure with the reshuffling of several positions, including that of Co-Chairperson Pansy Ho, whose role will shift from executive director to managing director. The reshuffle

Democrat association appeals police objection on its vigil

Democrat group New Macau Association (ANM) submitted an appeal to the court in the hopes of reversing the Public Security Police Force’s (PSP) decision to decline its vigil that was

IAM pledges to keep Portuguese cobblestone pavement

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has pledged to keep the traditional Portuguese cobblestone pavement in the public spaces of Macau, the bureau said in an official statement. The statement reversed last

Scholar discusses solutions to make cities more permeable

The increase of the impermeability of our cities and its influence on the habitat fragmentation and degradation of the ecosystems was the topic of a talk hosted by the University

Macau Urban Renewal Limited records loss in 2019

Government-owned Macau Urban Renewal Limited recorded an investment loss of 1,439,932 patacas in 2019, according to the Follow-up Committee for Public Finance Affairs of the Legislative Assembly (AL). Yesterday, the committee

China delayed releasing coronavirus info, frustrating WHO

THROUGHOUT January, the World Health Organization publicly praised China for what it called a speedy response to the new coronavirus and thanked the Chinese government for sharing the genetic map

This Day in History | 1982 Israeli ambassador shot in London

The Israeli ambassador to Britain is critically ill in hospital after being shot on a London street. Shlomo Argov, 52, was leaving a diplomatic function at the Dorchester Hotel

Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide

Wielding extraordinary federal authority, President Donald Trump threatened the nation’s governors yesterday that he would deploy the military to states if they did not stamp out violent protests over

Melco announces winners of uniform design competition

Melco Resorts & Entertainment announced the results of the ‘Melco Environmental Services Team Uniform Design Competition’ in collaboration with the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM). The purpose of the competition

MGM hosts seminar on talent development strategy

MGM organized a seminar on “Macau Hospitality & Tourism Talent Development Strategy”, where Sou Chio Fai, Secretary General of the Talent Development Committee and the Director of Higher Education Bureau,

Trade | ‘New era’ for China-Japan ties dissipates over Trump-Xi Fight

What was meant to be a landmark year for Japan-China relations has turned sour, as the U.S. standoff with Beijing leaves Prime Minister Shinzo Abe caught up in a fight

Hong Kong investor David Webb says city is facing ‘brain drain’

More talented workers are likely to leave Hong Kong if China imposes a vaguely worded national security law on the financial hub, according to one of the city’s most prominent

The Buzz | Get ready for Hollywood movie scenes where nobody’s touching

It’s the ultimate rewrite. To restart halted productions while protecting against the coronavirus, Hollywood heavyweights are recommending that scripts be changed to minimize touching - and that filmmakers use computer-generated images

Carrie Lam decries US ‘double standards’ over protests

Hong Kong’s leader blasted the U.S. for “double standards” in the way it handles protests after the Trump administration vocally supported sometimes-violent demonstrations in the Asian financial hub. “Look at how

World Views | Take China’s US farm threats seriously, not literally

If you’re haggling over the price of goods at a market, there often comes a point when the buyer threatens to walk away. It’s up to the seller to decide

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 – edition no. 3547

  * Chongqing Express — First-tier metropolis announces resumption of visas to SARs * Trump threatens military force against protesters nationwide * The government has proposed insurance companies to keep business files for a

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