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Sands China Gets Fewer Gaming Tables as Macau Curbs Industry

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  • 150 tables ‘surprisingly good’ as some expected fewer: analyst
  • Tycoon Adelson had hoped for 250 tables at Sands’s Parisian

Billionaire Sheldon Adelson joined Las Vegas rival Steve Wynn to receive approvals for fewer gaming tables at their new Macau casinos than they had hoped for as authorities seek to keep the industry’s expansion under control.

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