Residents breathe a sigh of relief as their city welcomes back friends, business partners and tourists.
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There’s plenty of cause for optimism, says Ho Iat Seng. From the loosening of Covid-19 controls, to Macao’s economic diversification.
The Macao government must work tirelessly on epidemic prevention and control, boost economic recovery and safeguard social stability in Macao, says the nation’s leader.
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Premier Li Keqiang urged stronger cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking nations, with Macao playing a critical role as a connecting platform.
The Macao government is supporting the unemployed by launching new initiatives such as a website with information on vacancies and job-application procedures.
Chinese leadership acclaim Macao’s chief executive and government efforts over the past year during high-level meetings in Beijing.
A mass vaccination programme is the fastest, safest way to reopen borders, relieve the community and reboot the economy.
The Guangdong–Macao Intensive Cooperation Zone offers a clear pathway to cross-border integration and diversification, with Hengqin Island playing a key role.
Macao’s businesses and professionals capitalise on new opportunities as cooperation improves across the Greater Bay Area.