MGM co-organizes seminar on Chinese consumer behavior

MGM collaborated with the University of Macau to hold the “MGM Talent Development Series Seminar – Chinese Consumer Behavior: Challenges and Trends.” Advised by the Economic Affairs Department of Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macau SAR, the event proved to be an occasion for participants to enrich their understanding of consumer behavior in China.

MGM Co-organizes Chinese Consumer Behavior Seminar with University of Macau (release)

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