Gangster's Prison Release Won't Impact Macau Gaming

Nov. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Aaron Fischer, head of consumer and gaming research at CLSA Ltd. in Hong Kong, talks about Macau's casino industry and gangster Wan Kuok-koi's release from prison tomorrow. Wan, known as "Broken Tooth," once accused of planning to kill the police chief of the city that turned into the world’s biggest casino hub, will be freed after more than 14 years in jail. Fischer spoke with Bloomberg's Brent O'Brien yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)
McDonald's High-End 'Restaurant M' Opens in Japan
32:14 - Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns and Matt Miller reports on McDonald's opening its high-end "Restaurant M" in Tokyo, Japan. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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