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Macau Jockey Club loses US$188 million in 2019

The Macau Horse Racing Company, operator of the Macau Jockey Club, has reported MOP1.5 billion (US$188 million) in losses for the year 2019. The enterprise...

U.S.-China tensions a heightening threat to foreign firms in Macau

The steep deterioration in US-China tensions, coupled with the coronavirus outbreak poses serious threats to foreign firms involved in the Macau gaming industry, according...

Lowering gaming taxes could save jobs: Madureira

Gaming law expert Óscar Alberto Madureira on Wednesday said that the lowering of gaming taxes on casinos could save wages and jobs in the...

Govt to ignore gaming equipment reversion clause

The Macau government is set to ignore a clause in the concession contract of SJM and MGM, which requires the companies to hand over...

Macau to safeguard tourism, gaming industry: Ho Iat Seng

Macau chief executive-elect, Ho Iat Seng promised to safeguard Macau’s gaming and tourism industries, during a press briefing in Beijing.  Ho was speaking at a...
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U.S. operator’s concessions should be safe from trade war: Bernstein

Heightening tension from the U.S.-China trade war has renewed concerns of U.S. casino operators in Macau losing their licenses.  However, according to Bernstein analysts, while...

Stability the watchword for Macau re-tendering process

As Macau moves toward its 2022 re-tendering process for its six IR concessionaires, "stability" will likely the watchword for the government policy, according to...

Public tender process likely in 2021: Professor

Macau gaming law professor Jorge Godhino says the public tender for gaming concessions will likely be held in 2021, Macau News Agency reports. On...

Macau Legend positioning for gaming concessionaire: reports

Macau Legend Development Ltd. said it will try “its best” to apply for a gaming concessionaire license come renewal period, Macau Business reports. Macau...

SJM “looking forward” to gaming license continuation

Macau casino operator SJM Holdings is “looking forward” to the continuation of its gaming license, which is due to expire next year, so said...

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