ands China’s COO David Sisk has already said he expects to get 200 new gaming tables allotted to Sands Cotai Central casino resort within the first quarter of 2013.
Ms Leong also urged the government to speed up the official grant of SJM Holdings’ land in Cotai.
In October last year, the company announced it had already accepted the government’s draft land concession contract for a 70,500-square-metre plot in Cotai. However, the government has yet to publish the contract in the official gazette, to make it official.
After the official publication last week of MGM China Holdings’s Cotai land contract, only SJM Holdings is waiting to have its land concession made official.
“We are feeling left behind more or less. But it doesn’t mean a disadvantage in the long-term development. As the last one to get the approval, we can look into the others’ progress and complement what Macau lacks,” Ms Leong said.