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Macau Gaming Revenues are out of Sight  
 
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"Macau Gaming Revenues Are Out of Sight" is a research note that focuses on myriad changes in Macau's gaming industry since gambling was first legalised in 1847. It shows how different governments in Macau and in mainland China have altered the course of the city and gaming with regard to developers and resulting revenues. It compares today's Macau with Las Vegas and examines Macau's potential growth and revenues in the future with the past evolution of its American counterpart. Given Macau's regional context vis-a-vis mainland China and the rest of Asia, it suggests that it's gaming revenues will soon overtake the annual revenues in Las Vegas, making Macau the pre-eminent gaming centre in the world.
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Issues: Government influences on the gaming industry in Macau, Competition among local and international developers of Macau's gaming sector, Mainland China's overwhelming impact on the gaming market in Macau, Changing market demands and standards in Macau¡¦s gaming industry, The role of junkets and the renmimbi in the new Macau
Length: Text: 16 pages
Exhibits: 6 pages
Country: Macau SAR

Pub. Year: 2006 Level of Difficulty: 2
         
This product type is available in the following language(s):      English
         
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