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Las Vegas Sands company logo is seen in front of its construction site in Macau

The Las Vegas Sands company logo is seen in front of its construction site in Macau November 14, 2008. Troubled casino company Las Vegas Sands Corp said it was in talks with a syndicate of banks to raise between $1.5 billion and $2 billion to finance its projects in Macau. Sands has suspended construction on its expansion in the Chinese gaming enclave and said it was laying off most of the 11,000 construction staff working on its Macau projects. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)

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