Radio Taxi receives 10,000 orders daily with 300 vehicles

The number of orders and reservations for online taxi hailing have significantly increased with more than 10,000 orders per day. However, there are only 300

Bank license changes possible after updated law

A new type of bank license with a restricted scope of business may be issued under the updated laws for the financial system, the Monetary Authority of Macao

Q3 commercial flights surge to over 26,800

Arriving and departing commercial flights totaled 3,437 trips in September, a sharp rise of 337.3% year-on-year, yet slightly lower when compared to August (4,060). In

Lawyer in bribed prosecutor case pledges independence at work

The lawyer-defendant in the bribery case involving a senior prosecutor has said she maintained impartiality at work despite having had a non-lawyer as an investor.

Chinese factory activity contracts in October as pandemic recovery falters

An official survey of manufacturers shows China’s factory activity contracted in October, suggesting the economy remains on uneven footing. The purchasing managers’ index, or PMI,

Over 8,700 residential units underway in Q3

The Land and Urban Construction Bureau has announced that in the third quarter of this year, two private residential projects were issued occupation permits and 54 private residential

Large-scale job fair next week to offer 2,000 vacancies

The Labour Affairs Bureau and the Macau Federation of Trade Unions will hold a large job fair on Nov. 13 and 14 at the Fisherman’s Wharf Convention and Exhibition Center,

Wholesale, retail firms record increase in 2022

The city recorded 15,824 wholesale and retail establishments, market stalls and fixed street stalls operating in 2022, an increase of 935 year-on-year, according to the Statistics and Census

70th GP 80% of last two Grand Prix race days tickets sold

A bout 80% of the tickets for the last two race days of this year’s Macau Grand Prix (GP) have been sold, the Secretary for Social

IFTM rises in ShanghaiRankingIn newly released report

ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, the Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) ranks 42nd globally in “Hospitality and Tourism Management,” rising from last year’s ranking in the

IC calls for production participants for FILMART 2024

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will set up a “Macao Pavilion” at the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) in 2024 to promote the film and

Blue-card holders increasing

The number of non-resident workers increased by about 18,000 over a period of one year, data from the Labour Affairs Bureau has shown. September figures show there were

UM and University of Coimbra collaborate on Neuroscience lab

The University of Macau (UM) will have a joint laboratory in Neuroscience with the University of Coimbra, the vice-rector of the Portuguese higher education institution, João Nuno Calvão

September hotel occupancy drops

September hotel occupancy was at 78.6%, slightly down compared to the month prior, which was at 88.7%, during summer holidays. The number of guests

India-led alliance set to fund solar projects in Africa

An alliance of nations that push for more solar power worldwide are set to announce nearly $35 million for projects such as mini grids and rooftop

Revitalize Your Skin This Winter with the Award-Winning Spa Treatment

As winter approaches, it’s time to pamper and rejuvenate your skin to combat the harsh effects of the season. Look no further than the multiple award-winning

Singapore defense minister calls on China to take lead in reducing regional tensions

Singapore's defense minister urged China as a dominant power in Asia to take the lead in reducing tensions in the region, warning that a military conflict

Remains of former Chinese premier to be cremated and flags to be lowered

The remains of former Chinese Premier Li Keqiang are to be cremated tomorrow, with flags around the country to be flown at half-staff to mourn the

PLA’s forces shadow a Philippine navy ship near disputed shoal, sparking new exchange of warnings

A Philippine navy patrol ship was shadowed by Chinese forces near a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, sparking a fresh exchange of accusations and warnings between

Three die as police clash with opposition supporters seeking prime minister’s resignation

Police in Bangladesh yesterday clashed with opposition supporters as the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) enforced a three-day transport blockade across the country to demand

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