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Macau solicits tourism tax opinion as visitation concerns mount

Macau’s tourism body is studying whether to impose a tourism tax amidst concern the territory may not be able to handle a sharp increase in visitors as connectivity with the mainland improves.

Nagasaki pushes forward on IR bid policy

Despite the delay in central government policy and criticism from some citizen’s groups, Nagasaki Prefecture is pushing ahead with its IR plans, launching the first meeting of an Experts Committee on Wednesday evening.

Decision to be made soon on gaming commission, new casino policy

The appointment of a gaming commission for Goa’s casino industry and the accompanying new casino policy are now in the final stages of consideration,...

SkyCity’s Queenstown problem unresolved despite land purchase

SKYCITY Ltd has now obtained permission to buy land in Queenstown for a new luxury hotel complex, but is still battling with regulatory issues...