Macao’s Chief Executive talks about co-operation, bilateral development and the COVID-19 pandemic during his four-day trip to the Greater Bay Area.
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People, teams and organisations in Macao who have worked immensely hard and shown incredible courage during the COVID-19 pandemic are given special awards by the Chief Executive and his government.
Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng pledged to intensify Macao’s efforts to revive its economy during his Policy Address for the Fiscal Year 2021. He also said that the protection of residents’ lives and health remains a ‘top priority’.
How Macao will develop over the next two decades was covered in the city’s recent draft urban master plan. We break it all down for you alongside our team of local experts.
TEXT Courtesy of the Macao Special Administrative Region government ADMINISTRATION AND JUSTICE Looking to the year ahead, deepening public administration reform will remain the major task in the area of administration and justice. We will promote e-governance as an entry point for public administration reform, to facilitate e-services development for commonly used public services. We […]
As the new Hengqin Port border crossing opens, visitors from the Mainland start streaming back into Macao, plus Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng returns after six important days in Beijing.
It’s a time for change as four members of the government take over as heads of key government departments.
At Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng’s 2020 policy address last month, he announced a raft of policies that will help shape Macao in the near future, including exciting developments at Hengqin.
What were the main messages for Macao’s people, businesses and organisations at the Policy Address for the Fiscal Year 2020? Here, the highlights of the address are explained by the Macao government team.
Macao played host to Xi Jinping in December – and China’s President said during a speech in the city that Macao and Hong Kong’s issues are the nation’s ‘internal matters’ and that no external forces can ‘dictate things to us’.