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Amax reaches services accord on Cambodia casino

Amax International said a wholly owned unit had reached an HK$9 million ($1.1 million) accord to provide technical and pre-opening services to a casino in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

Foreign IR operators may wind up as minority partners: analyst

Foreign casino operators may wind up as minority partners in Japan’s first IRs and not hold the majority that some had hoped for, said David Bonnet, managing partner at Delta State Holdings.

Udenna to shift hotel/casino assets to listed unit

Privately owned Udenna Corp is planning to shift its hotel and casino assets into a listed unit as it pushes further into the tourism sector in the Philippines.  

Shambala to build new entertainment complex in Primorye

Russian casino investor Shambala has announced plans to build a 16,000 square meter entertainment complex in Primorye after winning an open auction for two...

Udenna to spend $5b on Clark development

The Udenna Group plans to invest ups to $5 billion over the next ten years on Clark Global City, which will include a casino and entertainment complex, local media reported Chairman and CEO Dennis Uy as saying.

Laguna Lang Co gets casino license, expects 2022 opening

The Laguna Lăng Cô integrated resort is expected to open its new casino in 2022, after receiving the country’s first casino license in ten...

Genting bids for Andorra’s first casino license

Genting, through its U.K. unit, is one of 13 bidders for the first casino license in the principality of Andorra in the Pyrenees, Spanish media reports.

Insurgent attack targets casino

An attack by insurgents in Myanmar that killed at least 19 people was targeting soldiers and militia members who allegedly ran a casino.

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