Sign in
Download Opera News App

MACAU

Gasser Chair on the edge of its seat awaiting post-pandemic comeback

Building around gaming Early support of gaming catapulted Gasser Chair into casinos in Europe, Macau, South Africa and South America.CEO Gary Gasser said gaming floors get refurbished once a decade, a cycle the company relies on considering the longevity of its products.

crainscleveland.com ,  2h 0
Gasser Chair on the edge of its seat awaiting post-pandemic comeback

Your ultimate guide to Macau

The 14 best things to do in Macau10 of the best hotels in MacauOther places you might like Get us in your inbox Sign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyond

timeout.com ,  22h 0
Your ultimate guide to Macau

Sands to sell Las Vegas casinos, to focus on Singapore, Macau

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas is one of the properties being sold by Las Vegas Sands. NEW YORK: Las Vegas Sands, founded by late casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, will sell its Vegas properties for US$6.25 billion (S$8.33 billion), exiting the United States gambling hot spot after three decades to focus on

tnp.sg ,  1d 0
Sands to sell Las Vegas casinos, to focus on Singapore, Macau

Hong Kong dumped from economic freedom list it had dominated

"Policies are ultimately controlled from Beijing," report says A pro-democracy supporter holding an umbrella queues up for a hearing outside a courthouse in Hong Kong, Thursday, March 4, 2021. A year ago, when Hong Kong was dethroned by Singapore in the annual Heritage Foundation ranking of the world’s freest economies, a top

houstonchronicle.com ,  1d 0
Hong Kong dumped from economic freedom list it had dominated

Are Galaxy Entertainment and MGM China a winning bet?

WHICH ECONOMY contracted most sharply last year?That dubious honour almost certainly belongs to Macau, a former Portuguese colony that is now part of China.

economist.com ,  1d 0
Are Galaxy Entertainment and MGM China a winning bet?

Hong Kong dropped from Economic Freedom Index as policies 'controlled from Beijing'

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong has been excluded from the Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom because its economic policies are controlled from Beijing, the Washington-based think tank said, removing Hong Kong from a list it topped for 25 years up to 2019. The title of the world’s freest economy

reuters.com ,  2d 0
Hong Kong dropped from Economic Freedom Index as policies 'controlled from Beijing'

Hong Kong axed from economic freedom index after years at top spot, now ranked 107th as part of China : worldnews

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 74%.(I’m a bot) Hong Kong is now counted as part of China and has been excluded from a US think tank’s economic freedom index.

alexpresents.com ,  2d 0
Hong Kong axed from economic freedom index after years at top spot, now ranked 107th as part of China : worldnews

Hong Kong disappears from Heritage Foundation’s ‘world’s freest economies’ rankings, as compilers list the city under China for first time

Hong Kong has disappeared from an annual league table ranking the world’s freest economies, with compilers instead listing it under China in what they say is a reflection of Beijing’s “ultimate control” over the city.

ph.news.yahoo.com ,  2d 0
Hong Kong disappears from Heritage Foundation’s ‘world’s freest economies’ rankings, as compilers list the city under China for first time

Hong Kong dumped from economic freedom index it used to dominate

(March 4): A year ago, when Hong Kong was dethroned by Singapore in the annual Heritage Foundation ranking of the world’s freest economies, a top official predicted the city would soon return to the spot it had held for 25 straight years.

theedgemarkets.com ,  2d 0
Hong Kong dumped from economic freedom index it used to dominate

Sands selling Las Vegas casino to bet big on Asia

Casino giant Las Vegas Sands is selling its world-famous Venetian casino in a $6.5bn (£4.7bn) deal to invest the money in its Asian businesses.The sale comes just two months after the death of Sands chief executive and chairman Sheldon Adelson.

ca.news.yahoo.com ,  2d 0
Sands selling Las Vegas casino to bet big on Asia

Las Vegas Sands shuts door on U.S. gambling hub with $6.25 billion asset sale

Reuters The logo of Las Vegas Sands Corp is pictured at the Japan IR EXPO in Yokohama By Sanjana Shivdas and Noor Zainab Hussain (Reuters) - Las Vegas Sands Corp , founded by late casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, will sell its Vegas properties for $6.25 billion, exiting the U.S. gambling hot spot after

sg.finance.yahoo.com ,  2d 0
Las Vegas Sands shuts door on U.S. gambling hub with $6.25 billion asset sale

HK, China stocks rally at midday

Mainland and Hong Kong stocks rallied on Wednesday morning.The Hang Seng Index gained by 491.88 points at 29,587.74, with half-day turnover of around HK$95 billion.Macau casino operators climbed after the government relaxed virus test requirements for casino customers.

thestandard.com.hk ,  2d 0
HK, China stocks rally at midday

Manny’s last fight in Philippine Arena?

The plan is for super WBA welterweight champion-in-recess Sen. Manny Pacquiao to fight twice this year and if socio-economic conditions allow, the 55,000-seat Philippine Arena in Bulacan could be the site of his farewell bout in September.

philboxing.com ,  2d 0
Manny’s last fight in Philippine Arena?

Las Vegas Sands to sell Vegas properties for about US$6.25 bil

(March 3): Las Vegas Sands, founded by late billionaire and casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, said on Wednesday it would sell its Vegas properties for about US$6.25 billion to focus on Asia, home to the world's largest gambling hub, Macau.

theedgemarkets.com ,  2d 0
Las Vegas Sands to sell Vegas properties for about US$6.25 bil

Las Vegas Sands to sell properties for about $6.25 billion

(Reuters) - Las Vegas Sands Corp said on Wednesday it would sell its Las Vegas real estate property and operations for about $6.25 billion, as the casino operator focuses on Asia and growth opportunities in new markets.

reuters.com ,  2d 0
Las Vegas Sands to sell properties for about $6.25 billion