The new year is getting underway against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty across the globe. The U.S. government shutdown due to a spat over funding for a border wall with Mexico and the trade dispute with China are causes for concern that ultimately will be felt in the global gaming industry. Already, shares in Macau operators have been heavily sold off and gross gaming revenue is declining in tandem with the slowdown in China’s economy. Two of Macau’s operators are going into the final year before their concessions expire with no clarity as to what . . . This content is restricted to subscribers
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