SAR to ink tourism memorandum with Inner Mongolia

Macao Government Tourism Office is to sign a co-operation memorandum on tourism exchange with Inner Mongolia next Monday, according to the official website of the tourism department of the Mainland Ch

Profitable tax dispute

An Administrative Court decision in favour of investment company Terra Capital Plc in AIA Tower sale tax dispute with local government helps fund’s share price increase.

The MSAR Administrative Court’s decision in favour of investment company Terra Capital Plc in regard to AIA Tower’s sale tax dispute with the local government has helped the fund’s share price increas

125 flights affected by tropical typhoon

Six of yesterday’s flights leave today due to delays caused by Typhoon Nida.

Arrivals and departures of flights at Macau International Airport were severely affected by typhoon Nida’s passage through the territory, which caused typhoon signal no.

Flights and ferries disrupted due to Typhoon Nida

Passengers advised to pay attention to announcements before heading to the airport or terminals.

Due to the effects of tropical typhoon Nida, flights departing from and arriving at the Macau International airport yesterday and today have been rescheduled or canceled, according to a press release

Social Security Fund annual surplus surges as gov’t injection soars

The 2015 annual report of the Social Security Fund shows that it is still heavily reliant on the MSAR government financially, as contributions remained low and the distribution of social benefits incr

The Social Security Fund (FSS) registered a jump of 45.6 per cent year-on-year in its surplus for the whole year of 2015, amounting to MOP16.2 billion (US$2 billion), driven by its extended financial

Até já, Macau

While previously a new wave of Portuguese were arriving in Macau, largely due to the European financial crisis, a reverse trend has now been observed – after a few years of residing here, many are cho

For some Portuguese originally from Portugal, coming to Macau to live happened as some sort of an “accident”.

Coming home

A lack of career opportunities in Europe and homesickness has led many Macau natives who immigrated to Portugal to return to their hometown

Macau immigrants to Portugal are returning to their hometown for better work opportunities and life quality, according to news agency Lusa.

Promising prospects

Chief Executive Chui Sai On reiterated the priority to use state-owned land for public housing, facilities for public institutions and infrastructure. He was answering legislators’ questions on lan

“It’s not easy to operate an SME (small and medium enterprise) in Macau.” So began the question and answer session at the Legislative Assembly with Chief Executive Chui Sai On yesterday.

Youth Career Expo to be held this weekend

About 3,000 job positions are available for job applicants.

About 3,000 job vacancies – ranging from part-time to full-time – will be offered by 60 companies during this year’s Youth Career Expo 2016 – now in its 11th edition.

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