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MACAU &#039;S RISE CONTINUES
01st February, 2012 at 09:27:19
Chinese New Year a boost for casinos
Macau 's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau revealed a 35% rise in casino revenues to 25 billion patacas ($13.1 billion) during the month of January 2012, largely attributable again to Chinese mainland tourists and the Lunar New Year holiday.
The former Portuguese enclave has shown a meteoric rise in casino revenues which have tripled over the past four years mainly driven by mainland gamblers.
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LAND CASINO INVESTOR BUYS MOBILE APP COMPANY
20th March, 2017 at 07:18:24
Is Amax planning on expanding its land asset?