Macau

Gone with the wind

Hato scared away tourists in August as visitation saw a 0.6 pct y-o-y decrease, reaching 2.86 mln, according to official data. The ‘catastrophic typhoon’ resulted in a 1.8 pct decrease m-o-m.

The passage of Typhoon Hato caused the number of visitor arrivals to the city in the month of August to decrease slightly by 0.6 per cent year-on-year to 2.86 million, according to the official data r

Seeking innovators

FDCT rolls out new support programme to encourage local enterprises to innovate

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) is set to provide a support program for local firms who are attempting to produce innovative products.

Zhuhai investing in industrial intelligence

The neighbouring city is pledging to attract some RMB10 billion within the next two years to develop an industrial park focused on everything hi-tech

A total of 15 contracts with companies operating in the hi-tech industry were signed over the course of last week in Zhuhai, marking the opening of the Zhuhai Intelligent Industrial Park, according to

DSAT: transportation arrangements for super bridge still under negotiation

The prime focus of the LRT construction will be the Barra and Seac Pai Wan routes

The governments of the three regions – Macau, Hong Kong and Guangdong - are still negotiating transportation arrangements regarding a number of regional infrastructure projects, according to the city’

Signed and sealed

The new Service Complex for Economic Co-operation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries will be built by Companhia de Construção e Engenharia Omas, Limitada for MOP692.8 million

Construction company Companhia de Construção e Engenharia Omas, Limitada has been granted a MOP692.8 million (US$86.1 million) contract for the construction of the Service Complex for Economic Co-oper

Construction takes its toll

Despite the intensive inspections undertaken by authorities, the human price paid by construction works is overwhelming.

The Judiciary Police (PJ) arrested three people suspected of being involved in the accident at the construction site of the new Public Prosecution Office that led to the death of two workers in June,

Hacking suspicions

In his last press conference in the city, political activist Jason Chao claimed that the online services accounts of several members of the New Macau Association had been the target of government-back

Government backed attempts to hack New Macau Association members’ online accounts, disproportionate criminalisation, lack of respect for fundamental rights and unclear definitions of what constitutes

22nd MIF partnering Angola and Guangdong

The 22nd Macao International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) will partner with Angola and Guangdong, to enhance the city’s role as a Business and Trade Co-operation Service Platform between Mainland C

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