Game operator Sands China is “very confident” it will be awarded one of the six gaming concessions it will be awarded in the current public tender, said company president Wilfred Wong. said on Saturday.
“We are still very confident that the concessions over the next decade will be recognized.”
“Many things are highly dependent on government competition and decisions,” Wong said, but stressed that Sands China is keen to continue playing a role in the city’s development over the next decade. . “We are confident and hope to continue growing in Macau,” said the Macau News Agency when asked about its expectations of the public tender.
With only four days left before the Sept. 14 bid submission deadline, Mr Wong said the operator is “finalizing the bidding documents” to be submitted “on Tuesday or Wednesday.”
Wilfred Wong was speaking from the sidelines at the opening ceremony of the 2022 Sands Shopping Carnival at The Venetian Macao. The three-day family-friendly event runs through Monday and features attractions such as over 530 booths, a kids’ zone, gourmet areas, food preparation and decorating activities for children, a dance competition, and a strong presence for local little ones. I have a feeling and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
At the opening ceremony of the 3rd edition, Wilfred Wong said, “As Macau navigates the unpredictable ups and downs of the pandemic, we will continue to work with the Special Administrative Region Government’s economic revitalization initiative as it strives for economic recovery.” It is our responsibility to continue to support the retail sector.” A view of the Sands Shopping Carnival.
“The shopping carnival will attract a lot of local consumers and we hope the transaction volume will be higher than last year,” Wilfred Wong added to the journalist. Shopping Because the Mid-Autumn Festival is a “relatively short” three-day holiday, Wong said visits would increase dramatically, although he said his carnival “is primarily targeted at local consumers.” I don’t think
The Golden Week holidays following the National Day are set to draw more visitors to the city and group establishments. If the COVID-19 situation stabilizes in neighboring cities, “the number of people will definitely increase because it’s a long seven-day holiday, but many will be greatly affected by the COVID-19 situation next door.”