Receipts and expenditure of exhibition organizers totaled MOP38.58 million and MOP97.76 million respectively in the third quarter, representing growth of 279.0% and 155.5% year-on-year respectively.
The end of the year will bring an even higher number of events, which will bring additional energy into the economy – expected to be
China's economy showed more signs of reviving in October as retail sales and manufacturing picked up though the property sector remained sluggish, the government said yesterday.
China's imports rose in October while exports fell for a sixth straight month compared with a year earlier in the latest evidence the world’s second largest economy
Chinese Premier Li Qiang yesterday pledged to continue deepening reforms, expand free trade zones and relax market access for foreign investment while seeking to generate excitement around
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.”
China's economy remains in the doldrums, data released Friday showed, with prices falling due to slack demand from consumers and businesses. Consumer prices remained flat
The Consumer Confidence Index for the third quarter crossed a threshold rate, signaling a regain in confidence, Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) has announced.
Leading Chinese planners voiced confidence yesterday in the outlook for the world’s second-largest economy, holding key interest rates steady amid signs of improvement in some areas such
Caught between stubborn inflation and The decision comes as the ECB, U.S. Federal Reserve and other major central banks are nearing the end of their swift ECB President Christine
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has called for patience in a speech released as the ruling Communist Party tries to reverse a deepening economic slump and said Western
China's government suspended giving an update on a possible spike in unemployment among young people as official data yesterday showed an economic decline deepened in July.
China's exports plunged by 14.5% in July compared with a year earlier, adding to pressure on the ruling Communist Party to reverse an economic slump.
Macau's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 38.8% in the first quarter of the year as the local economy picked up sharply following the relaxation of borders.
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