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Capacity not demand seen as key issue in casino reopening

The lack of capacity due to social distancing measures will be the key challenge for operators in opening their properties and not the lack of demand, says Angel Sueiro, chief operating officer of PH Resorts. 

POGO crackdown and coronavirus may impact office demand

China’s POGO worker crackdown coupled with coronavirus fears will likely dampen office space demand in the Philippines this year, according to local property experts.   The...

NagaWorld workers strike for higher pay

Thousands of employees working at NagaWorld in Cambodia have gone on strike, demanding higher pay and better working conditions, local media reports.  Around 3,000 workers...

POGO expansion to continue in 2020: Property exec

The Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGO) are expected to continue expansion in 2020, despite uncertainties facing the sector including Beijing’s call to ban online...

POGO overtakes IT-BPM in salary, office space demand

Philippine Offshore Gaming Operations (POGOs) workers are given bigger salaries compared to call centers, according to research from Leechiu Property Consultants, local media reports. In...

Manila office space still strong, despite POGO concerns

Metro-Manila office space demand is expected to remain high, despite concerns against the sector, a property consultancy firm has said. “I think the POGOs will...

POGOs continue to snap up Metro Manila office space

Philippines offshore gaming operators (POGOs) are gearing up to become the top office space demand driver in Metro Manila by year end, de-throning information...

Proposed tax overhaul could impact office demand: Analysts

Demand for office space in the Philippines could waver should a new proposed tax change come into effect, SCMP reports. Over the last few years,...

Surge in mobile RNG games

What kind of trends do you foresee in South East Asia over the next few years? I think you can’t look much further than the...

PH office space demand to remain robust

Offshore gambling operators made up of 25 percent of all office leasing transactions in the nine months to September 2017, according to a report...

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