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Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited (GEG) is a hospitality and gaming company. The Company develops and operates hotels, gaming and integrated resort facilities in Macau. The principal activity of the Company is investment holding. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in operation in casino games of chance or games of other forms, provision of hospitality and related services in Macau, and the manufacture, sale and distribution of construction materials. Its segments are Gaming and entertainment, Construction materials, and Corporate and treasury management. The Company's Galaxy Macau includes approximately 3,600 rooms, suites and villas across five hotels, including The Ritz-Carlton, Macau; Banyan Tree Macau; JW Marriott Hotel Macau; Hotel Okura Macau, and Galaxy Hotel. The Company's Broadway Hotel features approximately 320 rooms and suites, a porte-cochere, valet parking and decor. GEG operates three City Club casinos: Waldo Casino, President Casino and Rio Casino.
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1606, 16F, Hutchison House
10 Harcourt Road
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Yiu Tung Lui
Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer - Macau
Executive Vice President – Hospitality New Resort
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详情请点选：http://www.dicj.gov.mo/web/cn/information/DadosEstat_mensal/2021/index.html (Reporting By Alison Lui)
Macau's plans to use China's future digital currency will help Beijing curb money laundering in the world's top gambling hub but could deal a fatal blow to casino junket operators.
* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 2.9%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used -0.7%
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Hong Kong stocks closed higher on Friday, helping the indexes post their best weekly performance in three months, following persisting buying activity from mainland investors.
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Feb 1 - Gambling revenue in Macau in January dropped 63.7% from a year earlier the world's biggest casino hub struggled to boost visitors from its key market of mainland China because of a rise in COVID-19 cases across the border.
Gambling revenue in Macau plunged 70.5 percent in November year-on-year, but the decline was not as severe as in recent months as the world's biggest casino hub saw a pick up in visitors from its key market - mainland China.
Fears China is broadening a crackdown on offshore gambling has sparked a rush to withdraw billions of dollars from the world’s biggest gambling hub Macau, threatening a recovery in the coronavirus-stricken economy, executives say.
China stocks fell on Monday, dragged lower by consumer staples and financials, after China left its benchmark lending rate unchanged, with profit taking after expectations of more stimulus measures had lifted sentiment in the previous session. ** At the midday break, the...
Chinese shares rose on Monday, with Shanghai's Nasdaq-style STAR Market leading gains after securities regulator approved the first batch of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which are expected to draw fresh funds into the market.
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