Macau kicks off public gaming consultation ahead of casino rebidding

By Reuters

Macau's government is due to begin a 45-day public gaming consultation starting Wednesday as it tries to gauge public consensus ahead of a closely watched rebidding of its multi-billion dollar casinos next year. Lei Wai Nong, secretary for economy and finance in the world's biggest gambling hub, said the government will further promote the “sustained and healthy development” of Macau's gambling industry as there were still some deficiencies in industry supervision. A Chinese special administrative region, Macau has massively tightened scrutiny of casinos in recent years, with authorities clamping down on illicit capital flows from mainland China and targeting underground lending and illegal cash transfers.

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