Hato also impacts merchandise

Official data indicated yesterday that the supertyphoon that battered the city in August caused a decrease in import-export activity

Information released by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) reveals that total merchandise exports amounted to MOP805 million in August, down 17.2 per cent year-on-year.

No to virtual currencies

A release from the Macao Monetary Authority notes that the Chinese authorities issued a notice to advise all the banking and payment institutions in the MSAR not to take part in or provide, directly o

F&B across borders

A catering association representative says the MSAR’s yearly visitor numbers are one of the biggest boons for Chinese F&B investors

Inheritors of old local restaurants in the MSAR could expand their business into the Mainland with assistance from the Guangdonng Restaurant Association (GRA) or other related associations in the city

Filling the skies

A report from Sanford C. Bernstein estimates that outbound international passengers flying from mainland China to the MSAR are estimated to reach 34 million in 2025

The amount of airline outbound international passengers going from mainland China to Macau is estimated to grow from 22 million this year to 34 million by 2025, brokerage firm Sanford C.

5-day free parking to benefit residents

The Macau International Airport (MIA) has rolled out limited numbers of free 5-day car parking spaces for local residents who are to use the MIA services, starting from September 20.

Passing down advice

As Sino-Luso trade continues to grow yearly, several Chinese businessmen with experience in investing in African Portuguese-speaking countries shared some advice in a Forum Macao meeting

The seminar was held yesterday by the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Macao) on the investment environment in Portuguese-speaking countries f

What Hato?

Despite the life-threatening typhoon that hit Macau in August, the city’s international airport has registered its busiest air passenger traffic on record

Air passenger traffic in the Macau SAR has recorded ‘a stable increase’ so far during the month of September despite the passage of Typhoon Hato on August 23, according to information provided to Busi

Sino-Luso offshore allowed

Starting from today, the MSAR will allow the establishment of offshore operations related to trade and services between Portuguese-speaking countries and mainland China

The MSAR will now allow the opening of offshores related to trade and services between Portuguese-speaking countries and mainland China starting from today, according to a release in the Official Gaze

Hotel and the city

The hotel sector posted a 9.3 per cent increase in revenue year-on-year in 2016, amounting to MOP28.47 billion, according to the results of the survey conducted by the Statistics and Census Services (

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