Sunday, December 15, 2019

Wynn Resorts declares “Yokohama Focus”

Wynn Resorts has declared that its IR licensing efforts in Japan now have a “Yokohama Focus” and that it will soon be opening a new office in the major port city.

Rashid Suliman: Reflecting on the last 20 years of Macau gaming

Rashid Suliman, Vice President, Global Gaming Asia-Pacific, Transact Technologies1. When did you arrive in Macau and in what capacity?My first trip to Macau was...

Wynn Macau issues US$1 billion in senior notes

Wynn Macau has confirmed the issuance of $1 billion senior notes due 2029, which will be used to facilitate the repayment of a portion...

LRWC merely halting Boracay discussions: filing

Leisure & Resorts World Corporation (LRWC) has reeled back comments from its chairman Mr. Eusebio Tanco, which suggested that its integrated resort project on...

Nagasaki upgrades maritime transport infrastructure to boost IR bid

Nagasaki Prefecture is moving to upgrade its maritime transportation to and from Nagasaki Airport as part of its effort to boost its IR bid.

Amax becomes Century Entertainment International

The proposed name change of Amax International Holdings to Century Entertainment International Holdings Limited has gone through as an effort to refresh the corporate image.

Donaco appoints new directors, resumes trading

Donaco International has announced the appointment of two independent and non-executive directors, including Mel Ashton, who will take on the role of chairman, and...

Wynn Macau sees stronger October results, issues notes

Casino operator Wynn Macau has announced it is preparing to conduct an offering of notes, which will be used to pay down amounts outstanding...

Macau’s December starting weaker than expected

The upcoming visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping and tighter visa controls starting from November is having a stronger effect on Macau GGR than...

Japan government to help finance about fifty luxury hotels

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga revealed over the weekend that the government was planning to assist the private sector in the financing of about fifty luxury hotels throughout Japan due to demand created by the increase in tourism.

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Hokkaido conservatives fail to unite behind IR bid

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Service industry will still reign, despite automation: Tourism official

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Mark Brown resigns as IPI CEO

Commonwealth Casino Commission Executive Director Edward Deleon Guerrero has revealed that Mark Brown has resigned as CEO of Imperial Pacific International (IPI), effective December 8.

POGO workers required to hold IDs in January

The Philippines government will be issuing identification cards to all foreign POGO workers starting in January, in a bid to better monitor, tax and...