Tim McNally checks in with Asia Gaming Brief Asia editor Felix Ng to discuss the moves that NagaCorp has been making to offset the decline in international visitation this year. McNally also comments on NagaCorp’s initial thoughts on the China Tourism Blacklist, which we have discussed extensively over the past few weeks.
About 700 potential investors were invited to Grand World Phu Quoc to get a preview of its entertainment offerings in advance of the facility’s grand opening, expected to create Vietnam’s “first sleepless city.”
The Vietnam Ministry of Finance said that despite complicated epidemic diseases in the first half of 2020, the Corona Casino in Phu Quoc achieved revenue of about VND700 billion (US$30 million) and paying taxes of about VND212 billion.
While it’s too early to say Cambodia’s coastal gambling hub has risen phoenix-like from the ashes, there are encouraging signs that Sihanoukville is serious about transforming into a mass market tourism destination, with a significant improvement in urban infrastructure.
The entry into force of the new regulation has finally opened up the Myanmar gaming landscape to wider foreign participation. Casinos will now be allowed to operate after obtaining approval from the Union Government.
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