The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout
The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout
Macau

Macau puts casinos in the cross hairs to stem capital flows and tighten daily operations, sending stocks into a tailspin

  • Macau is soliciting public feedback through October 29 on how the gambling sector, which contributes to 80 per cent of tax receipts, should be overhauled
  • The public are being asked for feedback on rules including state oversight, remittances of dividends, and a plan to slash the number of gambling tables

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The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout
The main gambling hall at the Grand Lisboa casino in Macau on 20 February 2020. Photo: Handout
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