n an interview this week with CNBC, Leven said that he is bullish on the city’s gaming industry outlook. “It will continue to grow, because as income grows in the mainland, it’s going to continue to feed people into Macau. There’s no risk that they won’t have considerable growth.”
He also confirmed that Las Vegas Sands is looking at the possible sale of its casino in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in the United States. “If we get our price, we think it may not fit in the long run for our company. It’s a smaller product. We’ll probably look to sell it. However, somebody’s got to pay the price. We’re just as happy to keep it,” Leven said.