Dec 18, 2014,

Macau Latest News

Few casino workers content with their employersInsufficient pay and smoky working conditions among the chief complaints
Border ready to remain open longer, officials sayGongbei crossing gets more e-channels, Lotus Bridge gets more policemen
Graft blitz worse than 2008, says Lawrence HoMelco Crown boss says the financial crisis was less damaging to VIP gaming
Safer conditions on Pearl estuary bridge demandedWorker’s death shows danger of using plant mounted on barges, union says
AirAsia launching cheap courier service in ChinaRedbox by AirAsia to begin delivering in the mainland, Macau and Hong Kong

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Beijing tightens stranglehold on dirty money flowAuthorities to snoop on all China UnionPay money transfers through Macau

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Institutionalised anti-corruption policy prolonging VIP crisis in Macau Investors predict a delay in high rollers’ recovery here and admit VIP segment revenues could fall even further. Macau’s competitors -

Casino wars The times they are a-changing, with a new generation of casino workers adopting radical measures to secure better wages and benefits

Tangled Web E-commerce is almost non-existent in Macau. Local companies have yet to harness the Internet as a business tool, but there’s hope – and

Taking a byte out of the budget Printed media is still the number one means of reaching the consumer used by local companies . . . but digital advertising is c

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