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Unlikely Universal will pick up Genting theme park: Maybank

2018-12-11

It’s unlikely that Japan’s Universal Entertainment will take over Genting Malaysia’s stalled theme park project, as it would likely cause cannibalization from their sister resort in Singapore, Maybank said in a note.

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Beyond Macau: how Asia’s casino space is shaping up in the 2020s

2018-08-03

With multiple new destinations opening up over the coming years, Asia’s casino space will have a very different feel in the 2020s. Of course, new

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PH gaming market at risk of oversupply: Razon

2017-09-26

Overinvestment in Philippines’ gaming industry is likely to end up in oversupply, says Bloomberry owner Enrique Razon Jr. in an interview with Reute

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Okada Manila not seen cannibalizing market

2017-08-16

The opening of Okada Manila hasn’t cannibalized the gaming revenues of Manila’s integrated resorts, with GGR rising 20 percent, 28 percent and 13

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Too early to judge impact of new openings

2016-09-24

While a number of analysts have made observations on the impact of new properties, Wells Fargo says it’s too early to make any definitive calls. “

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Sands serves French flavour to whet mainland tourism appetite

2016-09-22

Ask many mainland Chinese what their dream travel destination is and the answer is unlikely to be Macau. According to a survey by CLSA, Macau came bottom out of a list of 21 destinations, with Europe, the U.S. and Australia topping the list. So, could...

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Parisian will drive demand: Wong

2016-09-08

The opening of the Parisian Macau will not cannibalize the firm’s existing Macau properties, said Wilfred Wong, president and chief operating office

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Wynn Palace cannibalization underestimated: MS

2016-08-28

Wynn Palace’s cannibalization of its Peninsula casino’s premium mass and VIP businesses is underestimated, said brokerage Morgan Stanley in a note

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