hat is exactly the issue. While policies have helped promote injection of capital and growth there must also be some balance,” Ms Ho told Portuguese news agency Lusa.
Ms Ho then said, “a certain balance has been found, or at least a view upon which everyone agrees on how the market should be regulated”.
In September, the Macau government announced it would restrict the rate of gaming tables growth to no more than 3 percent per year after 2013. The restrictions will last at least 10 years.
In 2010, the government already implemented a gaming table cap of 5,500 until 2013.