Joint exhibitions close deals for over 100 projects

Three government exhibitions have arranged the signing of over 100 projects across a three-day event, which attracted some 30,000 visitors. The number of attendees, provided by the organizer, Macau Trade and

Advisor calls for better barbecue appointment system

A member of the Advisory Council of the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM), Chan Ka Leong, has urged the local government to improve its appointment mechanisms for the city’s barbecue areas. Chan’s

Teenage tutor arrested for sexual offences against minors

A 17-year-old part-time tutor at an education center in the northern district was arrested by the Judiciary Police (PJ) on allegations of having committed sexual offences against four underage girls. According

Briefs | Many tour guides claim dismissal prior to new wage law

  Some of the city’s tour guides claim they have been dismissed because of the new minimum wage law which will come into effect next month, according to a report by

Health officials assure flu shot still safe

Dr Alvis Lo and Dr Leong Iek Hou, officials from the government’s Novel Coronavirus Reponse and Coordination Center, said at yesterday’s weekly press briefing that despite recent incidents concerning influenza

Jetfoil conservation group makes 3 proposals to save first ship of its kind

The Jetfoil Conservation Concern Group has recently provided three proposals to stakeholders in attempt to save the world’s first Jetfoil from being dissembled, the group announced in a recent statement. Macau

LVS betting on Macau operations in business recovery

Casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) has recorded October as its strongest month since August, highlighting the return of its patrons to Macau who are “high-quality, high-frequency customers.” According to

China Daily | Forming clique and flexing muscles only to shake regional peace, stability

  Australia’s decision this week to rejoin the military Exercise Malabar 2020 set for November was highlighted as a clique flexing muscles in the Asian-Pacific region. The decision, announced after the Quadrilateral

Pompeo, Esper to push Trump’s anti-China message in India

Just a week before November’s election, two of President Donald Trump’s top national security aides will visit India for meetings focused largely on countering China’s growing global influence. As the

Chinese leaders focus on tech as they make 5-year plan

Chinese leaders met yesterday to formulate an economic blueprint for the next five years that is expected to emphasize development of semiconductors and other technology at a time when Washington

This Day in History | 1968 Police clash with anti-war protesters

Trouble has flared in Grosvenor Square, London, after an estimated 6,000 marchers faced up to police outside the United States Embassy. The protesters had broken away from another, bigger, march against

Post-Abe Agenda | Suga says Japan to go carbon-free by 2050

Japan will achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga declared yesterday, outlining an ambitious agenda as the country struggles to balance economic and pandemic concerns. The policy speech

China to sanction Boeing, Raytheon over arms sales to Taiwan

China will impose unspecified sanctions on the defense unit of Boeing Co., Lockheed Martin Corp., and Raytheon Technologies Corp. after the U.S. approved $1.8 billion in arms sales to Taiwan

Hamilton stands alone in Formula One after 92nd victory

After growing up watching Michael Schumacher’s triumphs on television, Lewis Hamilton now stands above him and alone in Formula One history with 92 victories. Hamilton’s comprehensive win at the Portuguese Grand

The Buzz | Chinese fintech could shatter records with $35B share offer

The world’s largest fintech company, China’s Ant Group, will try to raise nearly $35 billion in a massive public offering of stock that would shatter records. Alibaba-affiliated Ant Group, which operates

Philippines: Typhoon leaves 13 missing, displaces thousands

A fast-moving typhoon blew away from the Philippines yesterday after leaving at least 13 people missing, forcing thousands of villagers to flee to safety and flooding rural villages, disaster-response officials

World Views | Curb the Brexit enthusiasm. The hurdles are still high

Brexit optimism is in the air. The U.K. and the European Union have resumed trade talks after a highly theatrical fallout, promising to ramp up the speed and intensity of negotiations with

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 – edition no. 3645

— Analyst hints Sands China could be approaching break even in Macau this month on more volume of ‘high-quality, high-frequency customers’ * MIF | Joint exhibitions close deals for over 100

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