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Manchester United, Macau junket join Cambodia casino

Small operator Donaco International enlists big names to aid its $360 million Poipet investment. Continue reading

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Manchester United, Macau junket join Cambodia casino

Small operator Donaco International enlists big names to aid its $360 million Poipet investment. Continue reading

Posted in Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Cambodia casinos, Chinese tourism, Donaco International, Forbes.com, Heng Sheng Group, Hong Kong On Air, Joey Lim, Lim Goh Tong, Macau junkets, Manchester United, Muhammad Cohen, Poipet, Tony Tong | Comments Off on Manchester United, Macau junket join Cambodia casino

Brisbane picks a winner for riverfront casino

Australia’s number two gaming operator Echo gets a vital victory over Crown in Queensland. Continue reading

Posted in Annastacia Palaszczuk, Australia casinos, Brisbane, Campbell Newman, casino monopolies, Chow Tai Fook, Crown Resorts, Echo Entertainment, Far East Consortium, Forbes.com, Hong Kong On Air, Muhammad Cohen, Queen’s Wharf, Queensland | Comments Off on Brisbane picks a winner for riverfront casino

Bahamas casino flounders with China’s help

Beijing’s help may be hindering completion of the $3.5 billion Baha Mar casino resort. Continue reading

Posted in Baha Mar, Bahamas, Bahamas casinos, Bahamas tourism, Caribbean casinos, China Export-Import Bank, China overseas influence, China State Construction Engineering, Chinese overseas tourism, Forbes.com, Global Gaming Asset Management, Hong Kong On Air, Muhammad Cohen, Sarkis Izmirlian | Comments Off on Bahamas casino flounders with China’s help

Analysts differ on whether Macau hit bottom in June

Macau’s June revenue plunge inspires optimism in some analysts, downgrades from others. Continue reading

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