Politics

Trump Win Puts Pundits In A Spin

While no profound impact is immediately expected to visit Macau, the election of Donald Trump to serve as the next President of the United States will certainly have an impact upon US-Sino relations a

‘In God We Trust’

Today is the day. The day we find out who will take over the Oval Office - Clinton or Trump? The results of the U.S. Election will be available at around noontime at the earliest.

The mood was sombre leading into this year’s United States presidential election, with comments such as that of Bloomberg’s Nick Wadhams querying whether to: “Preserve the U.S.

Gov’t: lawsuits with Polytex still on-going

The Office for the Secretary for Administration and Justice said the government has not been able to make any decisions related to the land plot designated for the Pearl Horizon residential project, s

Chair reshuffle

Cristina Morais left her position as co-ordinator for the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macao) Supporting Office, effective November

Ng Lap Seng reveals Trump connection

The Wall Street Journal states that Ng Lap Seng was part of a joint bid in 2001 for an MSAR gaming licence in conjunction with US presidential candidate Donald Trump, convicted Hong Kong billionaire J

Apart from past connections with the Clintons, local billionaire Ng Lap Seng had also had former ties with the current Republican party candidate for the US Presidential Election, Donald Trump, the Wa

Shuffle, shuffle

The Minister of State Security for the Mainland, after being named deputy director of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee’s panel on Hong Kong, Macau, Tai

CCAC: DSAT loopholes conduit for corruption

An investigation report into the Transport Bureau (DSAT) by the Commission Against Corruption. Revealing the Bureau’s administrative failings

The city’s anti-graft watchdog – the Commission Against Corruption – has revealed the Transport Bureau (DSAT) has had ‘serious’ defects and loopholes in its internal operations, which include its outs

Putting a positive spin on savings

Chief Executive predicts the MSAR will finish the year with positive surplus

Official financial information projects the city will complete the 2016 fiscal year with a surplus of some MOP29.3 billion (US$3/7 billion), Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On stated yesterday.

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