THE MACAU METRO MONITOR, JULY 26, 2013
FERRY TERMINAL REVAMP TO START THIS MONTH MACAU BUSINESS
According to the Marine and Water Bureau, the revamp of the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal aimed at improving its passenger facilities will begin as soon as July 29. The project, which will cost the government 80 million patacas (US$10 million), will add a baggage carousel on the east wing of the ground floor, and more counters on the second floor for tourism agencies and banks, as well as ferry ticketing counters and check-in counters for Hong Kong airport ferries. The one-year Outer Harbour revamp will proceed in five phases, said Sam Ip Va Hung, chief of the bureau’s Port Control Department.
EMPLOYMENT SURVEY FOR APRIL-JUNE 2013 DSEC
Macau's unemployment rate for April-June 2013 held stable at 1.8%. Hmm, I wonder in what part of the underground economy the 1.8% work?