Macao is investing substantial amounts in modernising its infrastructure, both for the local needs of the city’s residents as well as to lay the foundations for its further integration into the wider Greater Bay Area development.
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Three young Macao entrepreneurs confronted the challenge of the pandemic to take their craft-beer brewing company in new directions by combining local tastes with a global vision.
Fashion designer Steven Tai has made his mark on the world stage, but his creativity owes a great deal to his family’s made-in-Macao background.
Few places on the planet have given more in the way of financial packages to their people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover how the government is supporting its citizens.
We look behind the curtains of the Macao Young Entrepreneur Incubation Centre and find out why this start-up haven has quickly become a success story.
The acquisition of one of Portugal’s biggest agricultural companies by Macao firm CESL Asia last year may yet be seen as a defining moment in the economic relationship between China, Portugal and our SAR.
Macao’s integrated entertainment resorts have proved to be a major cog in the economic success of the SAR over the past two decades – and the city’s gaming industry is expected to keep reinventing itself in the years to come to entice tourists and more investment.
Despite the obvious success the gaming dollar has brought to Macao, its economy is on the verge of change. There’s a new financial model brewing in the city – and it’s a globally minded one.
Tai Kin Ip, director of the Macao Economic Bureau, discusses financial schemes in Macao and how the SAR’s cash is spent on supporting businesses and young entrepreneurs.
Meet 6 young entrepreneurs from Macao innovating and founding businesses for the next generation.