TikTok regrets Indonesia’s decision to ban e-commerce sales on social media

Chinese-owned app TikTok yesterday said it regretted the Indonesian government’s decision to ban e-commerce transactions on social media platforms and particularly the impact it would have on

Las Vegas hospitality workers permit union to call strike against hotels, casinos

Tens of thousands of Las Vegas hospitality workers fighting for new union contracts voted yesterday to authorize a strike that could impact more than three dozen

Alibaba will spin off its logistics arm Cainiao in an IPO in Hong Kong

Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba said yesterday that it would spin off its logistics arm, Cainiao Smart Logistics Network, in an initial public offering in Hong Kong, making

London airport limits flights this week due to staff illness, including COVID-19

Gatwick Airport, London’s second-busiest, is limiting flights this week, partly because of an outbreak of COVID-19 within air traffic control. In a statement yesterday ,

UPS plans to hire more than 100,000 holiday workers, steady with a year ago

UPS plans to hire more than 100,000 workers — at higher pay than a year ago — to help handle the holiday rush this season, in line with

Thailand receives the first Chinese visitors under a new visa-free policy

Top Thai officials welcomed hundreds of Chinese tourists at Bangkok’s international airport yesterday, the first day of a new visa-free entry program that officials say

EU commissioner calls for more balanced trade with China

The European Union’s trade commissioner called for a more balanced economic relationship with China yesterday, noting an EU trade deficit of nearly 400 billion euros ($425

Wynn Palace presents new Jiangnan cuisine restaurant

Wynn Palace Cotai presents Lakeview Palace, the resort’s brand new dining Jiangnan cuisine establishment, set to open on September 28. The new restaurant encapsulates the essence of

The Mews at The Londoner opens

The Londoner Macao has announced the opening of The Mews, a Thai restaurant led by the creative chef Nongnuch “Nuch” Sae-eiw. Originally from Bangkok, Chef Nuch has worked for

MGM Resorts computers back up after 10 days

MGM Resorts brought to an end a 10-day computer shutdown prompted by efforts to shield from a cyberattack data including hotel reservations and credit card processing,

Japan records a trade deficit in August as exports to China, rest of Asia weaken

Japan's exports fell 0.8% last month from a year earlier, with steep declines in shipments to China and the rest of Asia, its largest regional market.

Airbnb removed 59,000 fake bookings

Fake listings have emerged as a major problem for Airbnb, threatening to scare off consumers and prompting the short-term rental service to use AI in an

Foreign firms in China say vague rules, tensions with Washington hurting business, survey shows

Foreign companies operating in China say tensions with Washington over technology, trade and other issues and uncertainty over Chinese policies are damaging the business environment and causing

Chinese police detain wealth management Evergrande staff

Police in a southern Chinese city said they have detained some staff at China Evergrande Group's wealth management unit in the latest trouble for the heavily indebted developer. A statement by

Chinese brands should go global but stay local

Financial and market power will always be the key business objective of any branded product or service. Yet brands need to pay greater attention to the branding

Sands China wins PATA Gold Award for Sands Retail Academy

Sands China has won in the PATA Gold Awards 2023, gaining recognition for its outstanding talent development programme, the Sands Retail Academy, in the Human Capital Development Initiative category. It is Sands China’s

MGM to present music and gourmet festival with Chef Nic

A music and gourmet festival jointly presented by MGM and Chef Nic will make its return this year on December 9 and 10 at MGM Cotai. MGM,

Biden plan would make companies pay royalties for copper and gold

The Biden administration is recommending changes to a 151-year-old law that governs mining for copper, gold and other hardrock minerals on U.S.-owned lands, including making companies for

FBI investigates cybersecurity issue at MGM, casinos and hotels stay open across US

Casino operator MGM Resorts International said that resorts are open and an investigation is continuing after what it called a “cybersecurity issue” led to the shutdown

Galaxy celebrates Mid-Autumn with design flair

Besides celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival with the Lantern Art Festival, Galaxy Macau is presenting local design stars at Macau Design Week 2023. Both events opened yesterday at

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