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September 18, 2021

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Macau gambling revenue hits 3.1% rise in January

Macau gambling revenue hits 3.1% rise in January
The world's biggest casino hub of Macau posted a 3.1% rise in gambling revenue in January as demand in China's only legal casino hub gained further steam after a more than two-year slump bottomed out in mid-2016.
Macau | 02/01/2017

The world's biggest casino hub of Macau posted a 3.1% rise in gambling revenue in January as demand in China's only legal casino hub gained further steam after a more than two-year slump bottomed out in mid-2016.

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ambling revenue in January rose to 19.3 billion patacas ($2.4 billion), government data showed on Wednesday, getting a boost from a national holiday at the end of January.

Macau gambling revenues, which were hurt by a corruption crackdown and slowing economic growth, have been on a positive streak since August 2016 after the opening of new resorts helped bring in more casual gamblers and wealthy spenders to the southern Chinese territory.

 

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