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Naga 3 to be 90 percent non-gaming with focus on tech

NagaCorp says 90 percent of its $3.5 billion Naga 3 property will consist of non-gaming amenities, with a strong focus on high-tech elements.

Nagaworld to become largest riverine IR in Mekong

Hong Kong-listed NagaCorp on Sunday shared further details around its $3.5 billion Naga 3 expansion plan.  Earlier this year, the company said the Naga 3...

Cambodia MOEF Secretary of State to open Mekong Gaming Summit

Cambodia’s Ministry of Economy and Finance Secretary of State, H.E. Nguon Sokha, will give the opening address at the Mekong Gaming Summit, organized by Asia Gaming Brief.

H.E. Nguon Sokha

Cambodian Ministry of Economy and Finance Secretary of State. The MOEF together with the Interior Ministry will be the agencies responsible for gambling legislation...

Chinese consulate proposed for Sihanoukville

The Chinese government has agreed to establish an information center and Chinese consulate in Sihanoukville, aimed at raising awareness of Cambodia’s laws among Chinese...

Stay tuned for upcoming AGB events

It's an exciting year for Asia Gaming Brief, with three upcoming events aimed at exploring the most lucrative opportunities in the Asia gaming industry...

Indochina’s winners and losers

Over the past 20 years, parts of Indochina have become a hotbed for casino gaming. Yet while this corner of Southeast Asia can be a challenging environment and not a guaranteed license to print money, certain casino operators have struck gold there. Arguably two of the region’s biggest winners are Crown International Club in Danang, Vietnam and NagaWorld in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Chinese own as much as 90 pct of all businesses in Sihanoukville

As many as 90 percent of businesses in Sihanoukville are owned by Chinese nationals, according to a report from Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities. Speaking during...

Cambodia creates AML working group

The Cambodian government has announced a new working group and action plan aimed at cracking down on money laundering in the nation, according to...

Breakneck expansion sparks environment, safety concerns

The expansion of Cambodia’s casino industry has continued apace into 2019, though the collapse of a building in Sihanoukville in June has raised concerns that construction and environmental standards are being ignored in the race for development.

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