The Macao government’s mega residential complex in Hengqin is edging closer to completion. All of its apartments are reserved for Macao residents, perfect for those eyeing opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.
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More than 100 types of flying machines were on display in Zhuhai, from brand new commercial planes to the world’s biggest amphibious aircraft. There was even a life-sized replica of the Tiangong space station.
Visitor numbers are expected to double when mainlander tour groups return to Macao, possibly in late October.
With a new bridge linking Macao and Taipa set to open in 2024 – the fourth constructed in just 50 years – the city’s development is beginning to take new shape.
From setting up a new enterprise to connecting companies with overseas partners, the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) offers a comprehensive suite of business services to expedite the growth of local brands.
Electric vehicles are increasingly appearing on Macao’s streets, but is the city ready for an EV takeover?
The newly opened Hong Kong Palace Museum is a treasure trove of ancient artefacts that aims to showcase China’s 5,000-year history to the world.
Protecting national security, strengthening government oversight and clarifying the concession system are some of the key proposals.
Macao’s efforts to diversify its economy depend to a large degree on the dedication and innovation of a new generation of locally based entrepreneurs.
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.