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MACAU DELIVERS AGAIN
02nd May, 2012 at 03:42:52
From strength to strength
Cash-rich Chinese mainland visitors kept the momentum going in Macau which according to the regions Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau yielded a 21.9% rise in gambling revenues during April of 25 billion patacas ($3.13 billion).
The former Portuguese enclave's latest results appear to have been positively affected during the month by the opening of a new casino owned by Sands China billionaire Sheldon Adelson.
Analysts, however, remain cautious on Macau 's long-term ability to deliver similar results due to tough economic conditions.
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