China’s leading developer and operator of integrated casinos in Macau, Sands China, anticipate the casino industry recovery after a prolonged decline in revenues. The company is also preparing to finish its newest project, The Parisian Macao, to be launched later this year.
The fake financial company goes by the name "Goldman Sachs (Shenzhen) Financial Leasing Co" and holds office in Shenzhen. Little was known of the counterfeit institution but before its web site went down on Wednesday, it claimed to have been established in 2013. It also makes itself more likable by saying that it is "the biggest financial leasing firm" in the place.
Every day hundreds of garment traders alight at the newly-built Humen station to ply their wares in the southern Chinese city of Dongguan, arriving on high speed trains that whoosh through the terminal every ten minutes.
China will fight attempts by foreign casinos to lure its citizens abroad, a senior police official said on Friday, which could deal a blow to the gaming firms in Macau and Asian countries that rely on these punters for most of their revenue.
Ever since a civil war split the two sides more than 60 years ago, China has viewed Taiwan as a renegade province that needs to be absorbed into the mainland. To that end, the legion of Taiwanese businessmen working in China is a beachhead.
Singapore will be counting on its marquee Formula One race to help make up for a 30 percent drop in Chinese tourists this year.
Joseph Lau, the Hong Kong billionaire tycoon Chairman and CEO of Chinese Estates Holdings, was sentenced to five years in jail for bribery and money laundering, Reuters reported.
Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd, the second-largest casino operator in Macau, announced its intention to invest USD5 billion in Japan and China if the gambling markets open in those countries.
Lawrence Ho planned to invest more than USD5 billion in Japan once Melco Crown Entertainment obtains permission to establish a casino in the country.
Melco International Development Ltd. stated it would buy its way into the Russian entertainment industry.
Macau Legend Development stocks took on a rise after IPO prices were repriced.
Macau Legend Development is seeking US$788 million initial public offering to be able to fund construction of new hotels in the country.