May 26, 2015,

Macau Latest News

Official tries to dispel labour misconceptionDenies that migrant workforces must be proportional to Macau workforces
Golden Group reduces pay and perks of employeesJunket operator tries cutting labour costs as gaming slump squeezes revenue
Stockbroker predicts slow recovery in Macau gamingWells Fargo Securities expects no repeat of steep rebounds in 2009 and 2013
Mainland to cut import duties on consumer goodsFinance ministry says duties will be reduced by half, on average, on June 1
Reprisals threatened if Kinmen introduces gamingMainland official makes threat while visiting Taiwan-controlled archipelago


Second phase of Galaxy Macau opens tomorrowCasino-resort extension will have 150 new gaming tables, two new hotels

Inside Macau Business

Hot market rules Is it time to change the rules on mortgage lending, observers ask

Downtown Downturn The recent slowdown in the economy is forecast to shave up to 15 per cent off shop rentals, which represents an opportunity for compani

Taking the pulse of medical care How to get out of the human resources shortage?

Relax and smell the coffee South Korean coffee chain Tom N Toms Coffee has set its sights on opening 20 stores in the South China market by year-end, includin

Gearing up for more growth Following a 37.75 per cent growth in profits last year, ICBC Macau remains the leading lender in Macau whilst preparing for the expansi

Mainland career doesn’t quite add up A robust local economy, salary gap and different practices deter most Macau accountants and auditors from exploring the mainland Chines

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