Sep 2, 2014,

Macau Latest News

Studio City to open with showing of Scorsese shortFilm will reportedly feature Robert DeNiro, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt
Sands China takes lead in casino gaming marketPushes SJM Holdings, hampered by less revenue from VIPs, into second place
Casino revenue fall blamed on anti-graft driveAnalysts say mainland corruption crackdown cut August VIP gaming business
NAPE homes remain the most expensive in JulyPrice of residential floor space there averages MOP133,537 a square metre
Facebook backlist of taxi drivers dwarfs whitelistCabbies shamed online for overcharging or refusing to go where asked to go

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Plans for smoking rooms in 39 casinos submittedIn readiness for smokers being confined to smoking rooms, VIP gaming rooms

Inside Macau Business

Building the pyramids Macau’s increasing number of construction projects has caused a great labour shortage.

“For every restaurant there’s a reason” Restaurateur Rainer Becker has invigorated the culinary markets in both the East and West.

A place to hang your hat Macau does not have the typical serviced apartments that most expats desire.

A day in the office In Macau, Chinese, American, Portuguese and Japanese companies still adopt different approaches to management, even though such differe

Beijing shockwaves President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption policy hit a new high after it was confirmed that the retired member of Politburo Standing Commi

Keep your powder dry We’ve all heard about 2014: a choppy, bumpy performance, UnionPay and junket crackdowns, record drops in gaming shares, the VIP take ta

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