U.S. Reaches Agreement on Afghan Pact, Kerry Says

Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about an accord reached between U.S. and Afghan officials permitting some American forces to remain in Afghanistan next year. Kerry, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, Defense Minister David Johnston and U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel also discuss Asia-Pacific trade and security. (Source: Bloomberg)
New Casino Opens Amid Macau Slump
27:16 - At a time when Macau's gaming revenue is slumping, hotel and casino operators are investing in the future of Asia's biggest gambling hub. Galaxy Entertainment unwraps Phase Two of its planned 13 billion dollar Macau investment today. Bloomberg goes on the tour of the new Ritz-Carlton. (Source: Bloomberg)
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