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MECC integrating its business vocation

The Macau European Chamber of Commerce has moved to a new office, seeking more co-operation across nations by working physically closer to them

Potential for expanding the offer of European-made products in the Macau SAR is matched with will from the Macau European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) to improve co-ordination with several chambers of c

MSAR to reward certified language skills

The governmenmt is handing out cash as a reward for citizens who take language examinations certified by internationally recognised institutions

Macau citizens could be rewarded with at least MOP1,000 for getting certified by internationally recognised language institutions under the latest encouragement scheme, the Talent Development Committe

Renovation of Hotel Central dogged by delays

DSSOPT told Business Daily that the owner of the property has missed the deadline for commencing renovation work on the iconic building

The owner of Hotel Central has missed the deadline for commencing renovation work on the property, according to information provided to Business Daily by the Land, Public Works, and Transport Bureau (

Dangerous streets

Police authorities registered 11,087 traffic accidents in the first nine months of the year, with six fatalities

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) said yesterday it had registered 11,087 traffic accidents in the first nine months of this year at an average of 40 a day.

Number of non-resident workers stable in September

Although the number of non-resident workers coming from Hong Kong recorded a drastic drop year-on-year

A total of 176,666 non-resident workers were employed in the Macau SAR as at the end of September 2017, posting a marginal decrease from 176,889 recorded in August or a 0.12 per cent decrease, accordi

Sights on Spring cleaning

The Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau will be dissolved and replaced by a new municipal department at the beginning of 2019, with its managing members appointed by the Chief Executive while also havi

The Macau Government is planning to dissolve the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) and replace the functions under its wing with a new department without effective political power.

Permanent safety high on security agenda

The Secretary for Security announced yesterday he expected pertinent legislation for establishing a permanent Civil Protection and Contingency Co-ordination Bureau to respond to natural disasters and

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has announced he expects legislation defining the structure and functioning of the future Civil Protection and Contingency Co-ordination Bureau (DPCCC) to be concl

Grand Prix organisers put pedal to the metal

All arrangements for the Grand Prix are on schedule, with post-Typhoon Hato repair works nearing completion

Everything is on schedule and facilities are being finalised to run the 64th edition of the Macau Grand Prix (GP) despite Typhoon Hato damaging some of the event amenities, principally the GP Tower an

Roll of the dice to decide The 13’s future

If The 13 fails to obtain authorisation for gaming operations, Bernstein analysts believe the property will not be “economically viable”

Analysts from brokerage firm Sanford C.

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