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ANOTHER BUOYANT MONTH FOR MACAU
01st April, 2011 at 04:31:16
Revenues soar another 48% in March
The Reuters news agency reports that the gambling island of Macau off the Chinese coast has enjoyed another successful month; revenues in March 2011 rose 48% to 20.1 billion patacas, according to the latest government statistics.
Macau's casino industry is booming on robust demand from gamblers from mainland China, who account for the bulk of the territory's visitors. The former Portuguese enclave is the only place in China where mainland Chinese can legally gamble.
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