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THE BUZZ: Packer said to seek Las Vegas return in Oaktree Deal

Billionaire Australian casino operator James Packer is in talks to develop a Las Vegas Strip resort on land once occupied by the New Frontier Hotel & Casino, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Packer bought a piece of a loan backed by the

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MACAU | REPORT | Religious freedom is respected

The Macau government generally respects religious freedom, the U.S. Department of State has concluded in its International Religious Freedom Report for 2013, published annually by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. The document, which the Times has accessed, shows that there were no

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CHINA Police in northeastern China said two people were killed and one injured yesterday in a pair of apparently related shooting incidents. The shootings in Lanxi county took place about three hours apart and were under investigation, police spokesman Wang Yan’an said by telephone. Media

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Survey says gaming service improved in Q2

The Gaming Service Index (GSI) released its mid-term report yesterday. Results showed that the quality of service in Macau’s gaming industry is on the rise. The survey was launched by the Macau Gaming Research Association and was conducted by SGS Hong Kong Ltd. Representatives from

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Casinos tend to attract less the longer they operate

A scholar claims that Macau risks losing appeal due to its dependence on the gaming industry.  According to a survey cited by professor Zeng Zhonglu from Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM)’s Gaming, Teaching and Research Centre, the number of HK and Macau gamblers during the past

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Environmental impact of future Macau-Taipa passage under analysis

The Infrastructure Development Office (GDI) yesterday released a public notice for a consultation regarding the environmental impact on the ocean caused by the construction of the fourth Macau-Taipa passage and the underwater tunnel between the future reclamation areas Zone A and B. It is estimated

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Flyers and flags: The referendum campaign hits the streets

Pro-democratic groups organizing a civil referendum on universal suffrage are not giving up, after the Court of Final Appeal refused to provide a ruling on their request to hold a number of assemblies promoting the ballot. Handing out flyers and carrying referendum flags, the campaign

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CE election: Chui Sai On running uncontested

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Chief Executive (CAECE) has confirmed that current Chief Executive Mr Chui Sai On is running for the upcoming election without any opponents. According to a Radio Macau report, members of the CAECE have completed their assessment of nomination forms

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