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Genting contracts Finnish companies for ship design

Genting Hong Kong says one of its wholly owned units has entered into contracts worth EU33.54 million ($38 million) with two Finnish companies for design and site assistance services for a cruise ship that it is building.
Yumeshima

Takenaka Corporation sets up Yumeshima IR team

The Osaka-based Takenaka Corporation, one of Japan’s big five construction companies, publicly announced the establishment of a “Yumeshima MICE/IR Promotion Office" from October 1.

Hard Rock seeking real estate and construction partners for Tomakomai IR

Hard Rock International’s CEO for the Asia-Pacific region, Ed Tracy, outlined his firm’s consortium-building strategy, saying a construction, or real estate partner would be ideal, as it seeks to win an IR license in Tomakomai, Hokkaido.

Quezon City construction to begin mid-2019

Bloomberry Resorts Corp says it plans to begin the construction of its Quezon City integrated resort and casino from the middle of next year,...

Adelaide Casino expansion to begin in June

SkyCity Entertainment says the AS$330 million ($248 million) expansion of its Adelaide Casino into an IR will begin next month and Australian construction firm Hansen Yuncken has been appointed as project manager.

IPI still short of U.S. workers

Imperial Pacific International needs to boost the percentage of U.S. workers in its labor pool to 65 percent from 44 percent at present to meet the conditions of its casino license, local media reports.

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RWLV going cashless sets benchmark for wider industry

Resorts World Las Vegas’ new casino floor, which opens on June 24, is set to feature cashless gaming and smart tables using RFID chips.