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    Thunderbird spreads its wings

    Thunderbird Resorts & Casinos is undergoing a multi-million dollar expansion as it seeks to attract more foreign travellers to its two regional Philippine resorts.The company is operated by Magnum Leisure, which bought the Philippine assets from Panama-based Thunderbird Resorts for $26.5 million in 2013 and up until now the two properties have focused on the local market. Now, it's looking overseas for customers.
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