Macao Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng confidently outlines the city’s social and economic strategy for recovery and prosperity in 2022.
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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.
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.
Technology and convenience come together at the new Qingmao pedestrian transit point between Macao and neighbouring Zhuhai, making cross-border trips faster than ever.
The development of Hengqin as a special economic zone has been giving nearby Macao the support needed to help diversify its economy beyond gaming. But those on the ground there believe more could still be done.
Macao’s 2021 Venice Biennale of Architecture exhibitors envision a future of integration, connection and coexistence with the Greater Bay Area.
Here’s a note from Gonçalo César de Sá, Macao Magazine’s Editor‑in‑Chief, for the May issue.
Ho Iat Seng vows to make an all-out effort to advance the region’s Greater Bay Area project during a trip to mainland China last month.