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Studio City given 2,000 foreign-labour quota

The Human Resources Office said it had granted 2,000 quotas to gaming operator Melco Crown Entertainment to hire non-resident workers for its new project Studio City opening tomorrow. The Office told Chinese language newspaper Macao Daily that these non-resident workers could work in the new Cotai project or other properties of the gaming operator. However, […]

The Human Resources Office said it had granted 2,000 quotas to gaming operator Melco Crown Entertainment to hire non-resident workers for its new project Studio City opening tomorrow. The Office told Chinese language newspaper Macao Daily that these non-resident workers could work in the new Cotai project or other properties of the gaming operator. However, it noted that the operator would also need to hire at least 2,900 new local workers otherwise the quotas approved for non-resident workers could be cut or cancelled.

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