November's Revenue Shows Macau Casinos Still Struggle To Recover From Pandemic

November's Revenue Shows Macau Casinos Still Struggle To Recover From Pandemic

What was once the world's largest gambling market is continuing to struggle to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic as Macau casinos put up another sub pair month in November. According to numbers from the Gaming Inspection & Coordination Bureau, ...
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