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Uplift in construction sector boosts Macau economy

The main indicators of the construction sector registered a general increase in 2014, largely due to the construction of hotels and entertainment facilities, according to information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). The statistical data


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Macau’s Pac On Ferry Terminal to open mid-2016

The Marine and Water Bureau revealed that Taipa’s Pac On Ferry Terminal expansion should be open to the public by mid-2016 after experiencing several delays and huge cost overruns The bureau’s director Susana Wong Soi Man


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DSSOPT receives 1,700 opinions on reclaimed area planning

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau received a total of 1,700 written opinions on the urban planning development scheme for newly reclaimed zones in the third phase of public consultation between June 30 and August


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Macau’s Island hospital 2nd phase of construction to start at end of 2015

The invitation to tender for the construction of the second public hospital’s polyclinic and auxiliary facility building received a total of 11 bids from the public on Wednesday. The construction project for the two blocks, which


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Macau Legend runs HK$68 million loss in H1

Macau Legend Development has reported a loss of HK$68.4 million for the first half of the year. The company headed by co-chairman, executive director and CEO David Chow Kam Fai attributed the loss to decreases in


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Prof. Rui Martins to head Architecture and Engineering Committee

The University of Macau’s vice-rector for research, Professor Rui Martins, has been appointed president of the Architecture, Engineering and Urban Planning Committee, according to a notice published yesterday in the government’s Official Gazette (BO). Mr Martins


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Galaxy Entertainment Group Reports Interim Results for 1H 2015

Group Revenue of $25.4 Billion Down 34% Year-on-Year Group Adjusted EBITDA of $4.2 Billion Down 43% Year-on-Year Successfully Opened Galaxy Macau™ Phase 2 and Broadway Macau™ on Time and on Budget on 27 May 2015 Announced


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Controversy among residents over zone B building heights

The preliminary feedback from the public consultation on the master plan for the reclaimed zones indicates that the local population’s opinion on Zone B is divided The height of the buildings to be constructed on reclaimed land


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Committee for Architecture, Engineering and Urban Planning given the go ahead

ExCo gives the go ahead for Architecture, Engineering and Urban Planning committee. The committee will be made up of 13 members, including a president, vice-president, and seven administrative representatives chosen from the public, while the remaining


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LRT Depot negotiations set to come to an end

The Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do Rosário, has assured the public that negotiations to resolve delays to the construction of Taipa’s LRT section depot structure will end soon. Speaking on the sidelines of


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