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Why Is Macau Market Important For LVS And Wynn?

Despite recent measures by China’s government, Macau continues to remain the world’s largest casino market. The corruption crackdown that started in early 2015 has affected casino activity and as a result, major players such as Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts International and Wynn resorts saw their revenues decline over the past five or so quarters. […]
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