A blackjack table at a Macau casino. Gambling revenue dropped 3.3 per cent in 2016 to 223.2 billion patacas the slowest decline in two years. But thousands of tourists have flocked to two newly-opened casino resorts in the former Portuguese colony in the past three months. Photo: Bloomberg

Signs are good for a strong 2017 Macau winning streak

Gaming experts suggest the tide has turned and this year could show 10pc gross gaming revenue growth, the enclave’s first in four years

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A blackjack table at a Macau casino. Gambling revenue dropped 3.3 per cent in 2016 to 223.2 billion patacas the slowest decline in two years. But thousands of tourists have flocked to two newly-opened casino resorts in the former Portuguese colony in the past three months. Photo: Bloomberg
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