Scheme extended until end of March 2023; Labour Affairs Bureau job fairs hampered by applicants’ lack of skills and knowledge.
Hotel was shuttered on Tuesday after 13 staff were found to be Covid-19 positive; gamblers allowed to leave.
Cash injection comes at crucial stage for Macao’s oldest gaming operator in the run-up to bidding for new concessions.
All six concessionaires united in praise for the government and optimism for the future of Macao’s economic mainstay.
Former lawmaker will take over Million Dragon, Royal Dragon and Golden Dragon; industry undergoes final shake-up days before legislators approve gaming amendment bill.
Gaming industry teams make a strong showing with SJM, Wynn and MGM all placing high at annual traditional sporting event.
Complex transfer involving bond issue should clear way for company to retender for gaming concession at year’s end.
Local brands take up retail space at Cotai resort, tapping into city’s tourism economy and enlivening its high quality lifestyle appeal.
CEO points to expansion of retail and F&B at Grand Lisboa Palace as investment in Macao tourism and trust in obtaining new concession.
Major industry players step back in the run-up to new laws which aim to clean up gaming and protect Macao’s image as an international leisure destination.
Troubled junket operation, whose former boss Alvin Chau is in custody, ceases travel business which had made up around 12% of its total revenue.
Taking illegal deposits could land offenders in prison for up to five years, once Legislative Assembly passes proposed bill.
Group sent memo to staff noting ‘careful consideration’ and ‘grievous’ nature of the move.
Gaming industry amendment bill likely to bring radical changes to city’s 42 casinos and their nearly 18,000 revenue-generating tables and slots.
Gaming concessionaire reports mixed results for the year when it opened its new trophy property, Grand Lisboa Palace.
Hua Renhao, Zhu Aiwen and Macao’s Sharon Au Ieong also speak up to encourage more young people to get involved in sport.
With an interior entirely conjured up by the late design maven, the new property raises Macao’s hotel tally to new heights.
Macao’s gaming operators also take a hit for the second day, suffering losses of up to 6.5% following Suncity CEO Alvin Chau’s arrest at the weekend.
MGM down 10%, Melco and Wynn lose 8%, SJM drops 8% and Galaxy and Sands China close down 5% at end of a tough day’s trading.
SJM’s designer label property, which was entirely designed by the late German fashion icon, raises the stakes in Cotai.
Emergency disinfection operation under way, and all staff to be tested twice after patient gambled on premises for several hours.
Competition set to fire up future entrepreneurs in Macao, Hong Kong, China and Portuguese-speaking countries.
SJM Holdings subsidiary Champion Moments Limited successfully issued senior notes in the Macao bond market in the amounts of HK$1.25 billion and MOP 300 million.
Gaming operator takes a hit, but remains determined about new super-luxury hotel opening and prospects for 2021.
Last month’s growth indicated a recovery from last year’s casino takings. However, April’s revenues were still much lower than those in April 2019.