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For those of you just returning to your desks after the Easter break, it’s been a busy few days in terms of news in the Asian gaming industry, from a potential new mega project in Vietnam, to the latest on the impact of the Covid pandemic and more details about Japan’s casino regulation.
Japan's Casino Regulatory Commission has published its draft guidelines for the regulation of its integrated resort industry and has set May 9th as its date for public opinion.
Mohegan Sun's project in Incheon South Korea has received government approval for an extension to its construction deadline and tweaks to the business plan.
Landing International said its foreigner-only integrated resort in South Korea generated positive revenue in the second half of the year after it switched its focus to marketing to locals.
The leading opposition party in Japan, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, published a list of its basic or fundamental policies this week, including a pledge to abolish casinos.