Thursday, August 22, 2019

MGM_8

A lion statue stands outside the MGM Macau casino resort, operated by MGM China Holdings Ltd., in Macau, China, on Saturday. Aug. 12, 2017. MGM Resorts International is counting on a growing number of affluent Chinese customers to drive revenue at its new Macau property, as it strives to catch up with an industry rebound in the enclave. Photographer: Anthony Kwan/Bloomberg

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