Tourism | EU lawmakers OK virus pass, boosting summer travel hopes

European Union lawmakers yesterday endorsed a new travel certificate that will allow people to move between European countries without having to quarantine or undergo extra coronavirus tests, paving the way

Property | Trump-linked tycoon to take Dubai developer DAMAC private

The billionaire founder of one of Dubai’s largest developers, DAMAC Properties, announced yesterday his intention to take the company fully private by buying its publicly traded shares in a move

Trade | US deficit dips to $68.9 billion with exports up

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April to $68.9 billion as an improving global economy boosted sales of American exports. The April deficit, the gap between what America buys from abroad

Economy | World Bank sees 5.6% global growth in 2021, best since 1973

The World Bank is upgrading the outlook for global growth this year, predicting that COVID-19 vaccinations and massive government stimulus in rich countries will power the fastest worldwide expansion in

SJM supports 2021 World Environment Day

Melco launches 3-year residency show, featuring HK superstars

The three superstars will be performing a collective of 90 exclusive shows at Studio City from 2021 to 2024. Further first-class artists will join this lineup with their bespoke shows

From Amazon to the Moon | Bezos plans to go to space aboard Blue Origin flight in July

Jeff Bezos will be aboard for Blue Origin’s first human space flight next month. In an Instagram post yesterday , Bezos said he, his brother, and the winner of an ongoing

India cautiously starts to open up as virus cases decline

Businesses in two of India’s largest cities were reopening yesterday as part of a phased easing of lockdown measures in several states now that the number of new coronavirus

Sands Resorts Macao presents dining offers for Father’s Day

Sands Resorts Macao is offering an array of dining promotions this upcoming Father’s Day at The Londoner Macao’s Churchill’s Table, The Parisian Macao’s Brasserie, and Sands Macao’s Golden Court and Copa Steakhouse. Located at Crystal Palace,

Wynn participates in ‘Macao Week in Shanghai’

In partnership with the SAR Government, Wynn participated in the “Macao Week in Shanghai” roadshow from June 3 – 7. The mega roadshow, located along the waterfront of The Bund

Wynn awards winners of national education drawing competition

Co-organized by Wynn Resorts (Macau) and the National Conditions Education (Macau) Association, the fifth “Wynn Cup –Macau Primary School Student National Education Drawing Competition” award ceremony was recently held at

GEG holds blessing ceremony for dragon boat team

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) held a blessing ceremony for the four dragon boat teams consisting of its team members from various properties. For the 16th consecutive year, GEG will participate in

Technology | Huawei to roll out its own operating system to smartphones

Huawei is launching its own HarmonyOS mobile operating system on its handsets as it adapts to losing access to Google mobile services two years ago after the U.S. put the

Applications for Sands Shopping Carnival’s karaoke contest open

Sands China’s karaoke contest is back for the 2021 Sands Shopping Carnival. The general public is invited to once again compete in the free competition at the upcoming three-day carnival at The Venetian Macao’s

Melco’s dragon boat team receives well wishes

Melco Resorts & Entertainment continues its tradition of supporting the Macao International Dragon Boat Races for the 15th consecutive year. Ahead of the forthcoming 2021 Macao International Dragon Boat Races which

PMI | China’s manufacturing holds steady, rebound leveling off

China’s manufacturing held steady in May, a survey showed yesterday, adding to signs a post-pandemic rebound is leveling off. A monthly purchasing managers’ index issued by an industry group and the

Beijing takes its most visible measure yet to curb yuan’s gain

China forced banks to hold more foreign currencies in reserve for the first time in more than a decade, its most substantial move yet to rein the surging yuan. The nation’s

Hong Kong turns to businesses to fix foundering vaccine push

When bar and nightclub owners in Hong Kong met with city officials this month, they expected to hear how the government planned to coax more of the largely resistant population

Shift in fortunes | Old-school tycoons of Hong Kong are losing to China’s moguls

The prediction was vintage Jack Ma, as provocative as it was prescient. “This is the era of the internet,” the Chinese billionaire proclaimed in October 2013, just weeks after his plan

Gaming | US Judge says Saipan casino builder must pay seven ex-workers USD5.4m

  A judge on the U.S. Pacific island of Saipan yesterday ordered a Hong Kong company to pay seven Chinese construction workers a total of $5.4 million for forcing them

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