Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Greenland committed to Queensland projects despite Echo defeat

  Chinese property company Greenland Group says it will keep bidding for major construction projects in Queensland, despite being defeated in its bid with Crown...

Echo beats Crown to win Brisbane resort development

Echo Entertainment Group has won the right to develop a gambling resort in the center of Brisbane, beating rival James Packer’s Crown Resorts and...

Macao Gaming Show unveils ambitious subsidy scheme

The Macao Gaming Show has unveiled an ambitious travel subsidies and grants package for visitors attending this year's exhibition at the Venetian Macao. The package...

Macau Legend warns of six-month loss

Macau Legend Development said it expects to record a year-on-year loss for the six months ended 30 June 2015, without giving specific numbers.  The expected...

Labor bureau investigating death of a construction worker

The Labor Affairs Bureau is investigating the death of a 50-year old construction worker from the Mainland who was killed while working on the...

Macau junkets threaten to quit over smoking ban

The Macau Junket Operators Association threatened that its members would quit Macau if the industry’s falling revenues from the VIP sector are made worse...

Packer poaches Wynn’s nightclub whizz

James Packer has poached another former top Wynn employee, Jesse Waits, to be behind the Australian tycoon’s nightclub operations as he looks to gain...

Macau banks challenged by economic slowdown

Fitch Ratings says Macau's economic slowdown, largely the result of a decline in gaming revenue, will challenge its banks, as loan growth across all...

U.S. judge won’t unveil LVS files in Macau wrongful dismissal case

A U.S. judge said she won’t unseal confidential documents that could reveal business ties between Las Vegas Sands and Chinese triad gangs. District Judge Elizabeth...

Macau operators win smoking ban reprieve, but for how long?

Macau’s casino operators, who have put up a united front in opposing a proposed blanket ban on smoking, may have won a battle with signs the government is softening its stance, but have not yet won the war.After appearing firm in its resolve to make smoking in casinos a thing of the past, the government has mellowed its tone and says it will consider keeping the lounges. But the onus will be on the operators to prove they are not harmful to health and that may be a tough call.

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