Two-stroke vehicles elimination funding slows down

Subsidies for the third quarter of 2017 funded by the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) totalled MOP8.91 million (US$1.12 million), a drop of 42 per cent compared to the total amount funded in th

Wong Sio Chak: Budget won’t change for now

Next year’s budget for the Secretariat for Security will not be increased although facilities and infrastructure suffered various levels of damage during the passage of Typhoon Hato, Secretary for Sec

Scientific Games enhancing gaming portfolio in Macau and abroad

The American gaming and machine manufacturer has filed for the protection of new brands in the MSAR, having previously announced an agreement with a Google-owned company to enhance API performance

Las Vegas-based Bally Gaming Inc., a subsidiary of Scientific Games, has filed for five trademark registrations, a dispatch in the Official Gazette revealed yesterday.

MIF a catalyst for disparate businesses

With the country of Angola and the Chinese province of Guangdong its main partners the 22nd Macau International Fair (MIF) kicks off today in conjunction with the 2017 PLPEX (Exhibition of Products

The 22nd Macau International Fair (MIF) kicks off today, with the 2017 PLPEX (Exhibition of Products and Services from Portuguese-speaking Countries) to be held concurrently at The Venetian Macao from

AirAsia to fly direct to Phuket

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia has announced the launch of a new direct route from Macau to Phuket, a popular tourist destination in Thailand, according to a press release.

Demand buoyant for e-banking and private banking specialists

Survey results reveal that majority of practitioners in banking and insurance sectors obtain no internationally recognised qualifications

The demand for specialists in e-banking and private banking is set to experience extensive growth as the financial sector in the city develops, according to the results of a survey conducted by the Ta

Worldwide lack of tourism professionals

Secretary-General of UNWTO says tourism industry in Asia has promising prospects

The fast growing worldwide demand for tourism professionals is exceeding supply, with only 0.08 per cent of high school graduates choosing to study the field at university, according to Secretary-Gene

Positive turnaround in Sino-Luso trade

In the first eight months of this year Sino-Luso trade increased by 30.2 per cent yearly, reaching US$78.42 billion

Merchandise trade between Mainland China and Portuguese-speaking countries reached US$78.42 billion from January to August of this year, representing a 30.2 per cent increase year-on-year, according t

Counting on good will and cameras

The head of the gaming watchdog has not yet outlined a clear surveillance plan to prevent frontline casino employees from gaming, but pledged that his Bureau will not share employees’ personal informa

“Currently, we have no plans to set up a database for sharing employee information between [casino] properties,” said the head of the Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ), Paulo Martins C

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