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Counting the cost of labour

Integrated resorts are a people-based business, needing top quality staff to provide guests with an experience that stands out from the crowd, yet as...

27.2 percent of Donaco stock leaves family hands

Australia-listed Donaco International on Monday announced that approximately 224 million of its shares, formerly controlled by the Lim family, have now changed hands to...

Donaco results still hampered by ongoing litigation

Australia-listed Donaco International is still dealing with the impact of its ongoing legal battle with its former Thai vendor, recording a statutory loss of A$36.8 million for the six months ended Dec. 31, 2018.

Indochina opportunities clouded by political, economic risks

Despite regulatory uncertainty and a relatively high risk profile, land-based operators will be closely watching developments across the Indochina region over the coming months. Cambodia,...

WA Hospitality to manage Sihanoukville casino hotel

Malaysian-based WA Hospitality has signed a management contract to manage the Won Majestic Casino Hotel & Resort in Sihanoukville, local media reports.

Cambodia added to anti-money laundering watchlist

Cambodia has become the latest country to find itself on the “grey list” of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), with concerns the country...

Novomatic signs distribution agreement with Indo Pacific Gaming

Novomatic on Thursday announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with Indo Pacific Gaming (IPG) to supply its full range of gaming solutions...

Naga 2018 profit soars, outlook seen positive

NagaCorp posted a 53 percent increase in net profit for 2018 as all business segments reported strong growth, led by VIP gaming.

Bomb found in Poipet casino

A suspect bomb was reportedly found at a casino in Poipet on Sunday, leading to a swift response from local police and the Cambodian...

Casino boom attracts junket interest

Cambodia’s casino boom is continuing, with a 53 percent increase in licenses granted during 2018 and growing interest from Macau-based operators and junkets as Chinese tourism and investment surges.

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Melco promotes diversity with Women’s Forum

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Duterte fires Alexander Balutan for corruption

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Macau registered problem gamblers falls to record low

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