Oct 7, 2015,

Macau Latest News

Macau developer accused of bribery at U.N.Ng Lap Seng among Chinese alleged to have bribed general assembly president
Casino staff to have smoking veto, official saysSocial affairs secretary sets condition for any loophole in ban on smoking
MIA Q1-Q3 passenger throughput grows to 4.3 mlnFewer passengers handled are mainlanders, but more are Southeast Asians
VIP gaming in big trouble, research house says JL Warren Capital says Lehman Bros had it easier than junket operators
Worried Pearl Horizon home buyers petition govtDeveloper’s land use permission set to expire before project is completed


Owners hope dog track has other uses, exec saysSJM Hldgs director says family gatherings at the Canidrome are one idea

Inside Macau Business

Special Digital Era We tell the story of 20 rapid years of Internet in Macau, while trying to understand daily reality

One belt, tightened The government is using austerity measures as a wake-up call for the city but these may detonate undesired side effects by undermining

Speaking in tongues A summer of one public consultation after another highlights problems in the way they are conducted

That Lehman Brothers Moment More than one-third of the VIP rooms in Macau have closed over the past year amid slowing revenue growth and an anti-graft campaign in

Into Inno Valley More business opportunities, preferential policies and an inspiring ambience head the reasons several young Macau entrepreneurs are ven

Signed, sealed . . . and delivered? Revision to the budget framework law alone is not enough to tackle the budget overruns often sanctioned by the government, says a wide

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