Friday, August 12, 2022


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Macau operators discuss typhoon contingency plans with DICJ


Macau’s six concessionaires met with the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau earlier this week to coordinate measures ahead of the peak typhoo

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IPI temporarily shuts casino amidst island tourism slump


Imperial Pacific International will be temporarily shutting down its casino operations “until further notice” in the wake of Super Typhoon Yutu, l

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Typhoon Mangkut caused MOP1.55 billion in economic losses


Macau’s Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) has estimated at least MOP1.55 billion (US$191.6 million) in economic losses occurred as a result of Typ

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Super typhoon unlikely to affect Macau before Oct 30


Super Typhoon “Yutu” is unlikely to affect Macao before October 30, according to an announcement from the Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bur

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Sands Cares ambassadors help clear Typhoon Mangkhut debris


Around 60 volunteers from the Sands Cares Ambassador programme helped clean up Hac Sa beach Tuesday morning, where they disposed of branches, rubbish,

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Macau reopens casinos as Typhoon Mangkhut passes


With Typhoon Mangkhut moving away, the Macau government has issued the all-clear to re-open all casinos from 4am Monday, hoisting a No.3 Typhoon signa

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Macau shuts down casinos ahead of typhoon


China's gambling enclave shut down all gaming operations across its 42 casinos on Saturday night in order to brace for the impact of Typhoon Mangkhut.

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Sands executives visit residents of repaired Coloane homes


Sands China team members and executives visited residents of Navegantes Street and Lai Chi Vun in Coloane Wednesday, where they extended their best wi

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Adelson family foundation continues post typhoon aid


The Adelson Family Foundation on Tuesday presented a cheque for more than $1.9 million to the University of Saint Joseph to assist its recovery effort

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Sands China assists Holy House of Mercy with post-typhoon aid


Sands China Ltd. presented a cheque for just over MOP 2 million (US$248,460) to Macau Holy House of Mercy on Tuesday to help with the cost of restorin

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MGM expects delay for Cotai opening


MGM China announced on Friday it is no longer targeting a fourth quarter opening of MGM Cotai after assessing damage caused by Typhoon Hato which stru

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Sands China continues post-typhoon aid


In the aftermath of recent typhoons, Sands China Ltd. continues to contribute toward various disaster relief efforts including technical and professio

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Hato impact on Macau operators minimal


Typhoon Hato had only marginal impact on Macau’s six casino operators, with VIP business showing strength in September, said Morgan Stanley in a not

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Typhoon Hato caused arrivals to fall in August


Macau saw a decrease in visitor arrivals last month, falling 0.6 percent year-on-year, according to data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC)

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MGM commits to sustainable recovery post typhoon Hato


MGM is making donations and offering volunteer support for the Macau community post Typhoon Hato. Immediately after the typhoon, MGM reached out to va

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Macau losses at MOP11 billion over Hato


Typhoon Hato, which struck Macau on August 23, is estimated to have caused around MOP 11.47 billion (US$1.4 billion) in economic losses, according to

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Three gambling venues remain closed following Hato


Two casinos and one slot parlour remains closed following severe floods caused by Typhoon Hato, according to TDM News. The casinos include Broadway in

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DICJ urges fair treatment for absentee staff


Following the developments the typhoon on August 23 that brought unprecedented damage to Macau, the DICJ met with representatives of the six concessio

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Melco, Wynn Resorts add funds to typhoon relief


Macau’s community is set to receive another helping hand with the addition of relief funds from Melco Resorts and Wynn Resorts, according to two sep

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