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Macau has made it plainly clear that the new concession attribution was all about maintaining current employment, with a Secretary outing the goods without any remorse for further contenders.
Macau’s government continues to reassure that the employment of their gaming-linked employees is their main preoccupation with the Secretary for Economy and Finance saying that such employment is “the highest priority” under the new gaming concessi
LL Lucky Games AB (“LLG”) elected Calvin Lim Eng Kiat as a member of their board. The decision was made at LLG’s extraordinary general meeting. The board currently consists of Per Eriksson, Claes Kalborg, Carl Falkenberg, Calvin Lim Eng Kiat and Carina Beck.