GKL operating losses to continue through end of year: Analyst

Kim Hyun-yong, a researcher at Hyundai Motor Securities, explained to the local media that there was little chance for Grand Korea Leisure, which depends on foreign patrons for its casinos, could reach the break-even point this year, and that operating losses will continue.

“그랜드코리아레저 주가 상승 쉽지 않아”, 영업손실 하반기 지속 예상 (Business Post)

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