The Macau Metro Monitor, January 19, 2011
GOLF COURSE TO BE PUNISHED OVER ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION Macau Daily Times
The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has ordered Caesars Golf Macau, owned by Caesars Entertainment, to cease its unlicensed construction of a private road to join Estrada do Istmo. The manager of Caesars Golf Macau said the company will restore the area according to the Government’s requirements and Macau laws. Chief of the DSSOPT department of environmental pollution control, Ip Kuong Lam, said the site was originally a domestic waste landfill between 1988 and 1992, and right now a lot of the garbage had decomposed leaving mostly plastic materials.
The golf course will be punished based on the water supply and drainage regulations.
CHINA DEC CPI UP 4.6%, 2010 GDP UP 10.3% Economic Times
According to unnamed sources, China's CPI gained 4.6% in December, slowing from 5.1% in November. China GDP grew 10.3% in 2010. The median forecast of economists polled by Reuters was for December's CPI to rise 4.4% and GDP to increase 10.2%.