Macau Chief Sees Casino Revenue Slumping More Next YearBy
2016 gaming revenue seen at 200b patacas, lowest since 2010
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Macau’s chief executive forecasts casino revenue to come in at 200 billion patacas ($25 billion) next year, the lowest since 2010 and a further decline from what analysts estimate for the whole of 2015. Casino shares fell.
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