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It was a hot summer on Macau streets last year. Now gaming employee protesters are back. This time against the background of a quite different environment.
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It’s the price of diversification. Macau must hire skilled workers to develop industries other than gaming. Offering attractive social and service benefits to retain and capture new professionals.
Politics
Macau International Airport (CAM) insists. The weekend incident affecting more than 1,000 passengers was down to the weather. Dozens of flights couldn't land in Macau due to inclement conditions.
Politics
The LRT project continues to siphon up money. The Light Rapid Transit segment in Taipa has already run up a tab of MOP9 billion, Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo Rosario admits.
Politics
Delayed schedules and budget overruns. The bane of the Secretary for Transport and Public Works’ life. During his Policy Address for 2015, Raimundo Rosario revealed the gov’t is planning to introduce a new method of calculating project time.
Gaming
It was already anticipated by investors. Galaxy profits tanked 40 pct. With revenues sliding 32 pct in Q1, in line with market expectations. The company has pushed out quarterly results about a month earlier than usual.
Politics
Cost overruns. Low quality. Red tape. The dire state of public works in Macau has become the “new normal”. So says Legislator Ho Ion Sang, pointing to several mega infrastructure projects.
Gaming
A U.S. workers’ union is tenaciously pursuing an answer. The International Union of Operating Engineers wants the Chief Executive’s response. Did previous CE Edmund Ho grant land rights to two local companies which subsequently claimed to have owned the Cotai land of Wynn Macau?
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