Genting Singapore opens Japan office

Genting Singapore on Wednesday announced the establishment of a new branch office in Tokyo, Japan.

Genting said the new branch will focus on the development and management of leisure and hospitality businesses and the provision of administration and resource support, including research and market studies, investment and promotion, and all business related to the establishment of an IR in the country.

Earlier this year, Genting Singapore said it was interested in bidding for an IR license in Japan, saying that it “has sufficient financial resources and is well placed to bid for [the] opportunity.”


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