Cash handouts remain as gov’t bids to revive the economy

The Chief Executive (CE) yesterday presented the Policy Address for 2023 (LAG23) at the Legislative Assembly (AL), giving particular focus to the revitalization of the economy

Analyst: MOP100b investment a ‘noose around the operators’ necks’

The reported MOP100 billion investment from casino-license bidders is considered unsurprising, despite the sector bleeding cash with no certainty on recovery. With the

Group expects economy to gradually recover

Citing the resumption of mainland tour groups and travel endorsement e-applications, the Macau Economic Association expects the prosperity index to gradually increase in the coming

As climate warms, a China planner advocates ‘sponge cities’

To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create

Reduction of 40,000 TNRs during the pandemic has helped locals, CE says

The reduction in the number of non-resident workers (TNRs) that occurred in the last three years, and which amounted to 40,000, has helped locals to be reemployed,

DSAT app’s new interface shows real-time traffic conditions

The new interface of the Transport Bureau’s (DSAT) traffic app will display real-time traffic information, but users will need to activate location detection on their devices. DSAT has

Unemployment, Covid-19, and tourism – a difficult knot to untie

The relationship between the local unemployment rate, Covid-19 prevention and control measures, and the entry of visitors to Macau is close, with the trilogy becoming

Defence argues prosecution presented wrong documentation

At a court hearing about Suncity’s alleged crime syndicate, the defense raised concerns about a mistake in a document the prosecution presented to the court.

State media demands strict adherence to ‘zero-Covid’

China's ruling party called for strict adherence to the hard-line “zero-COVID” policy yesterday in an apparent attempt to guide public perceptions after regulations were eased slightly in

Police shoot dead would-be bank robber, free hostage

Police in eastern China shot dead a would-be bank robber yesterday and freed the hostage he had taken, in a rare instance of violent crime in

Biden to press G-20 to hold tough on Russia over Ukraine war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy joined U.S. President Joe Biden in trying to persuade other leaders of the world’s largest economies to further isolate Russia diplomatically and

1976 Bank robbers jailed for 100 years

Seven men who took part in an £8m bank robbery have received jail terms totalling nearly 100 years. The raid at the Bank of America in

China consumer, factory activity down as virus controls rise

Chinese consumer spending contracted in October and factory activity weakened as anti-virus controls following a rise in infections weighed on the economy. Retail sales sank

Boston Globe names first woman to serve as paper’s editor

The Boston Globe named Nancy Barnes as its next editor yesterday , elevating a woman to serve in the top job for the first time in the

The Manor, The St. Regis Bar receive accolade at 2022 China’s Wine List of The Year

The Manor and The St. Regis Bar at The St. Regis Macao have been recognized for outstanding wine selections at the 2022 China’s Wine List of the

Wynn Palace wins ‘Best Gourmet Hotel’ award in Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler China has unveiled its 2022 Gold List, and Wynn Palace Cotai has become the only resort in China to earn the “Best Gourmet Hotel”

Ronaldo’s Man United career looks over but who replaces him?

Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive TV interview with Piers Morgan seems certain to end his Manchester United career. It is hard to see a way back for the 37-year-old

Australian PM raises trade ‘blockages’ with President Xi

Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he raised with President Xi Jinping yesterday his concerns about trade “blockages,” but did not walk away from their first face-to-face

China, US climate envoys to ‘meet later’ at UN summit

U.S. climate envoy John Kerry indicated yesterday he’ll be in talks with his Chinese counterpart at annual United Nations climate talks underway in Egypt, in the latest sign of

The US decoupling from China

Globalization has relocated countless companies and vast capital to China. Many supply chains depend on Chinese companies, as we saw when medical and sanitary supplies were needed to

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