Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong announced on Friday that the Macau government would press ahead with work on legislation next year to renew the casino concessions and is not considering any delays related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
South Shore Holdings, owner and operator of The 13, has reported for the April to September period a loss attributable to owners of the company of HK$429 million (US$56 million) on the back of HK$5.1 billion in total revenues.
Unlike the very successful effort to gather signatures for a referendum on IR development, the signature-gathering campaign to recall Yokohama Mayor Fumiko Hayashi is limping its way toward its December 5 deadline, clearly destined to fall far short of the signature threshold that it needed.
TAB New Zealand reported net profit for October of $15.8 million, which was $4.4 million above budget and $3 million above last year. Profit was driven by strong domestic and international racing and by the All Blacks' first international appearance since the Rugby World Cup.
Imperial Pacific International's project director Jing Zhou has outlined a construction timetable for the resort, providing it has enough workers, saying Phase 2 of the hotel tower will be finished by the end of next year, while VIP gaming and the sky level should be finished by April 2022.