Balancing ‘visible and invisible’ hands in diversification: Lei

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong said economic diversification will be orchestrated under “the leadership of the market and the guidance of the government.”

October gaming revenues surge as city benefits from Golden Week

In October, the city’s casino revenue surged to another all-time post-pandemic high, as tourists flocked to Macau during the National Day Golden Week. Data released

Gov’t to spend MOP235m next year to attract international tourists

A total sum of MOP235 million has been reserved to attract international visitors, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong disclosed yesterday afternoon. When responding

City’s luster revival as talent scheme lures mainland Chinese

The exodus of tens of thousands of professionals from Hong Kong triggered by a crackdown on its civil liberties is being offset by new arrivals: mainland

The sacred holiday is far more than a ‘Mexican Halloween’

Many Latinos regularly declare: “Día de los Muertos is not Mexican Halloween.” The declaration is increasingly repeated by non-Latinos too. Drawing a clear line

Gov’t reviewing casino ops’ 2024 plans

The city’s six gaming operators have submitted their work plans for the upcoming year, and the government is scheduled to review them within the next 60

Beijing appoints new deputy secretary-general at Forum Macao

Xie Ying has been appointed as the new deputy secretary-general of the Permanent Secretariat of Forum, a role bestowed by China’s Ministry of Commerce. Xie Ying will

Mainland cancels border health code

The mainland has discontinued its Customs Code (border health code) effective from yesterday. Travelers no longer need to fill in a health declaration card when entering and leaving

Slight decrease in construction workers’ daily wage

The average daily wage of construction workers decreased by 0.5% quarter-on-quarter to MOP782 in the third quarter of 2023. Data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) revealed

Swimming season ends

With the conclusion of the 2023 swimming season, lifeguards will no longer be on duty at the beach, and the Marine and Water Bureau will also remove the

MGTO exploring ‘Travel Around Macau’ plan to enhance cultural values

The government intends to launch a tourism initiative called “Travel Around Macau” as part of its economic diversification plan, according to Macao Government Tourism Office director

Gov’t maintains cash handouts, expects MOP216b GGR in 2024

The SAR government submitted the budget for the 2024 fiscal year to the Legislative Assembly, anticipating a surplus in the public finances again next year without

CE to deliver Policy Address Nov. 14

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng will deliver the Policy Address for the 2024 Fiscal Year on November 14 at the Legislative Assembly, followed by a press conference at

City to see flags at half-mast to mourn Li Keqiang

Flags at Government Headquarters, Santa Sancha and at all boundary checkpoints of the Macau SAR will fly at half-mast today to mourn the late premier Li Keqiang. The

Alibaba internship program application to end next week

The application deadline for the Alibaba training and internship program for Macau youths in Hangzhou is November 6. The program encourages companies to recommend employees engaged in digitalization

Gov’t: Laws crucial to financial development

The government’s economic diversification plan makes repeated reference to the development of modern finance, which, alongside big health, high and new technologies, as well as MICE,

Opponents of military rule in Myanmar applaud new sanctions targeting gas revenues

A U.N.-appointed human rights expert and opponents of Myanmar’s military government have welcomed the latest sanctions imposed by the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada on companies

Galaxy partners with DFS Group to launch wellness-themed event

This autumn and winter, Galaxy Macau is partnering with DFS Group to launch a wellness-themed event at DFS’s first “green” store in their network, the T Galleria Beauty

Sands Resorts participates in ‘Macao Week in Fujian-Xiamen’

Sands Resorts Macao participated in the “Macao Week in Fujian·Xiamen” mega roadshow organised by the local government from Oct. 26 to Oct. 30 Featuring an array of promotional activities

China keeps up military pressure, sending 43 planes, 7 ships near island

Taiwan said yesterday that China sent 43 military aircraft and seven ships near the self-ruled island, the latest sign that Beijing plans no let-up in its

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