Tariff fight adds to China’s economic challenges

China faces bigger economic challenges than its trade war with the U.S. Even before tit-for-tat tariffs, growth in the world’s No. 2 economy was already forecast

Corporate Bits | Macau international lantern festival opens

The opening ceremony of the 3rd Macau International Lantern Festival was held at the Waterfront Promenade of One Central Macau and Wynn Macau on Saturday. The event takes

Corporate Bits | MGM announces series of offerings

According to a statement issued by the gaming operator, MGM Macau’s Imperial Court and MGM Cotai’s Grill 58, Aji, Coast, Chún, Five Foot Road and Bar

Opinion | Fake islands could spell real economic trouble

Where is it that we’ve seen glittering archipelagos like Malaysia’s Forest City and Melaka Gateway developments before? Those stretches of newly packed white sand, dotted with palm trees, villas,

FedEx’d gems fueled India’s biggest bank fraud, report says

The price of the large yellow diamond alternately shrank and spiked by about a million dollars as it moved across the globe. The three-carat gem

Real Estate Matters | Investing or speculating?

What is the difference between an investor and a speculator? Is there a difference?  Fundamentally speaking, they are quite similar. They both allocate and deploy capital with the aim

Argentina asks early release of IMF funds to calm markets

President Mauricio Macri asked the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday for an early release of funds from a USD50 billion deal with the IMF to ease concerns

Nestle wants your DNA to develop personalized nutrition trend

The company that brought you milk chocolate, Maggi instant noodles and Rocky Road ice cream is worried about your health. Nestle SA, the world’s largest

Corporate Bits | MGM organizes annual summer program for local youth

This August, MGM once again organized the Golden Lion Summer Camp and A Day with MGM summer program for local youth, where young people can learn new skills

Legal marijuana industry tries to shake ‘Stoner’ stereotypes

Michelle Janikian, who writes about marijuana for publications like Herb, Playboy and Rolling Stone, says after she tells someone what she does for a living, she

Swiss banks survive ‘economic war’ of global secrecy crackdown

When Switzerland pushes the button to send data on offshore bank accounts to foreign tax agencies this fall, it will be doing what was once

Corporate Bits | Sam Smith debuts in Macau at MGM Cotai on October 19, 20

“The Thrill of It All” Asian leg of his tour sees Smith performing in Singapore, Manila, Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Macau, Shanghai, Beijing and Bangkok throughout the

Conventional wisdom wrong on China economic slowdown, Lardy says

The idea that China’s economic growth is slowing, leaving Beijing little option but to cave in on the trade war with the U.S. is widespread

Hong Kong intervenes again to defend currency peg

Hong Kong intervened to defend its currency peg for the fourth day this month, as the local dollar fell to the weak end of its

Ryanair seals historic first labor deal with Italian pilots

Ryanair Holdings Plc signed its first-ever union contract, granting Italian pilots perks such as severance pay in a deal the airline hopes to repeat across

Corporate Bits | Morpheus named one of the ‘World’s Greatest Places 2018’ by time magazine

Just two months after its grand opening, Morpheus Hotel has been hailed as one of the ‘World’s Greatest Places 2018’ by Time magazine, making it the

Ostrich skin and Neo-Viagra? A shopping guide to North Korea

Ostrich skin ready for tailoring, huge flat-screen TVs, “Neo-Viagra” and a cure for cancer? North Korea’s official shopper’s guide is glossy and full of testimonials from satisfied

Corporate Bits | Annual SJM scholarship awards 41 children of staff

Sociedade de Jogos de Macau awarded scholarships to 41 children of staff, including new scholarships to 10 outstanding students of Year 2018 and the renewal of

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