All six operators united in their appreciation of the proposed changes, undertake to cooperate fully with the government.
Concessions cut to 10 years, leasing space to junkets banned, gross gaming revenue tax rate stays at 35 per cent.
Changes likely to have significant effect on the gaming industry which is Macao’s financial mainstay.
Better than 2020, but still way down on 2019, the better-than-expected figures are largely due to relaxed border controls.
Respondents favour six concessions, reducing the licence to less than 20 years, and appointing government representatives.
Gaming operator says it aims to support development of both Greater Bay Area and Macao’s financial market.
Gaming operator looks to mass market for the future, with rival operation expected to follow suit.
Workers hired by subsidiaries worried they may not be eligible for unemployment subsidy; fears for more gaming industry layoffs in future.