Source:South China Morning Post (Macau)
Posted on Wednesday, July 3, 2013
At a recent press conference, the Macau government has announced that 2 days would be declared as non-working public holidays in Macau on account of the upcoming Macau Grand Prix.
The aforementioned announcement seems to follow last month's (2013-06-30) suggestion by a professor at the University of Macau's Institute for the Study of Commercial Gaming, Davis Fong, that the Government of Macau consider declaring non-working public holidays in Macau to coincide with the upcoming 60th Macau Grand Prix Formula 1 racing event.
In his communique, Professor Fong suggested making Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15, 2013, the racing days of the 60th Macau Grand Prix, non-compulsory public holidays in Macau, but so far the Macau government has not specified which 2 days would be non-working public holidays in Macau on account of the upcoming Macau Grand Prix.
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