Macau had another great year in 2013, with gaming revenue growth up 18.6% to $45 billion. But can 2014 generate the same results? Erin Miller sat down with contributor Travis Hoium to discuss this in the video below.
On the side of growth is fast-improving infrastructure that will transport gamblers from Mainland China as well as around Macau itself. Then there's the long-term driver of new resorts from Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS ) , Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ: WYNN ) , Melco Crown (NASDAQ: MPEL ) , and MGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM ) on Cotai, which makes the area an even bigger attraction for the mass market.
Sheer size is the downside. Eventually, Macau's growth will have to be more in line with that of China or other Asian countries. Find out more about Macau's future below.
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