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Sega Sammy eyes $1b investment in Yokohama IR


Sega Sammy plans to spend Y120 billion ($1 billion) on its participation in an IR in Yokohama, which if successful is likely to open in the late 2020s, it said.

The firm formally submitted its request for proposal on Friday. The company, which operates Paradise Sega Sammy in South Korea, is teaming with Genting Singapore and other Japanese firms on the bid.

Company filing

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