Melco supports government’s new promotional scheme for tourists

Integrated resort operator Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited has issued a statement to throw its support behind the Macau SAR government’s newly launched scheme for tourists from mainland China, which

Cycling | World championships moved to Imola after Swiss host backs out

This month’s road cycling world championships were moved to Imola, Italy, yesterday after Swiss host Aigle-Martigny backed out because of a government ruling limiting mass gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic. The

Rugby | Up to 20,000 fans could attend England-Barbarians game

A crowd of “up to 20,000” could attend a rugby match between England and the Barbarians at Twickenham next month, the Rugby Football Union said yesterday. The match has been arranged

The Buzz | Australia’s economy takes sharpest dive since the 1930s

Australia’s economy suffered its sharpest economic contraction since the Great Depression due to the pandemic, with data released yesterday confirming the country is in its first recession in 28 years. The

Thailand’s king reconciles with ousted consort

Thailand’s king has reconciled with his royal consort, whom he stripped of her titles last year after accusing her of seeking to undermine his official wife, the country’s queen. The restoration

World Views | China banks have a problem $96 billion can’t fix

This isn’t the bottom for Chinese banks’ bad loans. Be prepared for more and weaker balance sheets. China’s lenders reported large declines in net profit for the first time in decades Sunday,

Thursday, September 3, 2020 – edition no. 3611

— Shun Tak’s 400 property units in Hengqin Port were sold in three minutes on WeChat; 20% of buyers were from Macau and Hong Kong * Charlie Hebdo: 14 suspects on

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