Las Vegas Sands drops plan to develop casino in Yokohama.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands has ended its pursuit of a casino-resort development in Japan, regarded as one of the gambling industry’s largest potential growth markets.
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The Singapore casino of billionaire Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands Corp. is being probed by the U.S. Department of Justice over whether anti-money laundering regulations were breached in the way it handled the accounts of top gamblers. The Justice Department in January issued a grand jury subpoena to a former compliance chief of Marina Bay Sands Pte, seeking an interview or documents on.
In the past year, Sands honed its focus on the area around the capital of Tokyo, especially the southern city of Yokohama -- which had raised its hand to host a casino despite vocal opposition from local residents. Keikyu Corp., which operates railway networks in the area, had expressed an interest in working on a casino resort there.
Sands China Ltd. (HKEx: 1928) is the leading developer, owner and operator of multi-use integrated resorts and casinos in Macao. Macao is the largest gaming market in the world as measured by casino gaming revenue and is the only location in China offering legalized casino gaming. Venetian Macau Limited, our subsidiary, holds one of six concessions or subconcessions permitted by the Macao.
Jun 29, 2020 Newsdesk Latest News, Singapore, Top of the deck. The casino at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore will reopen on Wednesday (July 1) to “selected” customers and with extra safety steps in place, as will some attractions at the resort’s ArtScience Museum, and the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, said a Sunday press release from the complex’s promoter. Across the city-state, the.
Sands China’s board of directors has unanimously approved extending President Wilfred Wong’s contract by one year to February 2024. Wong, 67, has been president of the Macau casino giant since November 2015, when he took over for Ed Tracy, and also served as chief operating officer until last February, when he was succeeded in that position by Sands China executive Grant Chum.