Citi predicts 20 pct drop in November

Total daily GGR run rate over last week equated to MOP760m per day, lower than the daily run rate of MOP846m/day in the first nine days of November. The research house

4G mobile services to be ready next year

The new Fourth Generation (4G) mobile network can be built in as soon as six months, whereas 4G data services are expected to be provided only by the fourth quarter

Lawmakers call for revision on public work tendering guidelines

Lawmakers requested that the government should introduce penalties and assessment criteria to the tendering for public works, as several construction delays have resulted in low execution rates of the public

Macau-licensed vehicles allowed in Hengqin next year

“That will be officially implemented next year,” he said “The Guangdong Province’s transport department is formulating the regulations and has presented the first draft to the Hengqin Administrative Committee

BOXING | Chris Algieri advises local youths ahead of Sunday’s fight

The American fighter, who obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Management and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition, in addition to his boxing career, told the 40

Association advocates bike priority route system

“In Macau, the number of vehicles has been rising by ten thousand each year, fighting public buses over the roads. Not only is riding a bicycle energy-saving and environmentally-friendly, it

AL PLENARY | Gov’t plays safe with ‘cautious’ budget

The Budget Law for 2015 passed its first reading in yesterday’s Legislative Assembly plenary meeting. Yet lawmakers voiced concerns over gaming revenues, which declined some 23 percent year-on-year last month,

Macau Gaming Show attracts over 100 companies and five VIP junket groups

Until tomorrow, companies and gaming experts will be focusing on the impact of gaming in both developed and emerging nations. Chairman of the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA), Jay Chun,

Lawmakers say ‘no’ to debating political reform

Lawmakers vetoed a proposal by pro-democracy legislators to hold a debate on Macau’s political reform and the implementation of universal suffrage. In yesterday’s Legislative Assembly plenary meeting, Ng Kuok Cheong and

Supplier predicts e-tables the future trend in casinos

Speaking at the Macau Gaming Show (MGS), Mr Jay Chun, chairman of Paradise Entertainment, the biggest gaming equipment provider in Macau, told the media that “any company coming up with

Autumn jazz night on Saturday

The Macau Jazz Club is organizing a concert on Saturday, featuring singer Ines Trickovic and the Lamma Quartet. The gig kicks off at 8 p.m. at Casa Garden. Born in Dubrovnik,

Resident aggressively harassed and chased by taxi driver

According to a press release issued by the Macau Taxi Passengers Association, which operates the Macau Taxi Driver Shame Facebook group, Ms Azevedo, a member of MTPA, said she had

Hengqin builds infrastructure to last a century

The Times visited the Zhuhai Hengqin New Area Integrated Pipeline Channel, which is 33.4 kilometers long. The structure is located underneath the northern and central part of Hengqin Island. The

Cost of artificial island for Delta Bridge due to increase

Included as part of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge (also known as the Delta Bridge), the budget for the development of an artificial island is due to rise to HKD35 billion,

Taxi driver

“I do not think it is melodramatic to say it might only be a matter of time before someone is killed in an incident with a Macau taxi driver.”

Food Festival sees double-digit growth

“This year has seen the biggest turnover of tourists; and for local residents, normally they have no places to go in the evening,” he said. He explained that the

Victim’s wife and Indonesian concern group demand ‘truth’ behind shop fire

Leader of the Peduli Indonesian Migrant Concern Group, Cindry Purnasari, has called on Macau authorities to help find out the truth about a fire that broke out in a small

Official statistics indicate average house price drops 10 pct in Q3

Official statistics indicate that purchase and sale of homes totaled 1,769, at MOP11.42 billion, down by 28 pct and 35 pct respectively quarter-to-quarter; total value of pre-sale residential units (253)

IPM gets largest share of old UM capus

The University of Macau’s old campus will be allocated to four tertiary education institutions and three government departments, the Tertiary Education Services Office (GAES) announced on Friday. The biggest share

Leather craftsman calls for gov’t help on brand promotion

The feeling of starting from scratch is about confronting difficulties,” said Mr Andrew Lo, who launched Macau’s first leather crafts workshop and brand of hand-made leather bags. “Many people have the

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