A bill to authorize the collection and use of biometrics will soon go before the Legislative Assembly.
The continuing retreat in the casino industry caused by COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on Macau’s operations.
The city’s leadership and its casino operators have worked out a plan to attract more attention from the sports industry.
The city is pushing forward with its tourism diversification and a new concept could revolutionize its growth.
The Central American tourism hotspot is testing the waters by approving travel to the country from just six states in the US.
The island nation sends out a call to all global tourists that it is now open for business.
The Indonesian island state is beginning to return to normal after COVID-19, but recovery will be slow.
Domestic tourism is expected to help the entire country rebound, and some believe serious cash is on its way to travelers.
With tourism numbers down by 69%, the idea of taxing the tourists who do want to visit Macau now seems absurd.
Less than 1,000 people visited Macau during the first three days of the Easter Week holiday period.