The Macau Metro Monitor, November 21, 2012
COTAI BOUTIQUE CASINO NOT YET APPROVED: REPORT Macau Business
The PYE project has not obtained government approval for the inclusion of gaming facilities in its upcoming boutique casino hotel on Cotai.
POTENTIAL INVESTORS INVITED TO SHARE OPINION ON MATSU CASINO PROJECT Taiwan Central News Agency
The Lienchiang County government is inviting investors interested in building a casino resort in Matsu to offer suggestions on the project and help finalize an investment assessment proposal to be sent to the Cabinet, Lienchiang County Commissioner Yang Sui-sheng said at a forum in Taipei. Potential investors in the project are invited to submit their suggestions to the center within the next two months, said professor Liu Day-yang, leader of the research project.
The center is expected to send the report to the Lienchiang County government in late January to help it finalize the proposal to the central government, Liu said. The forum was also attended by local and foreign companies interested in the casino project, including resort developer Weidner Resorts Taiwan, which has been keen to build a resort in Matsu that will include a casino.
A draft gaming law that will allow the construction of casinos is expected to be passed in the Legislature next June, said Cabinet Secretary-General Steven Chen.
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR OCTOBER 2012 DSEC
Macau CPI for October 2012 increased by 5.19% YoY and and 0.10% MoM.