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September 16, 2021

SJM is likely to get other land during the first quarter 2011

Macau rejects SJM request for Cotai Sites 7 and 8

(Macau).- The Macau government has rejected SJM Holdings application for the same land Sands China denied earlier this month, saying that the operator's plans to build a casino on Sites 7 and 8 would require a public tender, a person familiar with the matter said today.


JM, which is controlled by gambling mogul Stanley Ho, is likely to secure land rights for another plot of land on Cotai in the first quarter of 2011, the person said.

The site is next to the Macau Dome and is also next to land where a company controlled by Angela Leong, the fourth wife of Ho and an executive director of SJM, said it will invest us$ 1.3 billion in a family-oriented theme park and hotel resort that doesn't have a casino. SJM is in talks with Leong to connect the properties and share operating facilities, the person said.

The first-quarter timeline represents a delay from SJM Chief Executive Ambrose So's earlier forecast. He told Dow Jones Newswires in September that land rights for planned casino projects in Cotai would likely be granted to SJM, Wynn Macau and MGM Macau by the end of 2010.

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