How Macau casinos can turn the trade war tables

As tension mounts between Beijing and Washington, are fears that American casinos in China's gaming enclave could become collateral damage overblown?

Exactly where the chips will fall in the trade and tech war drama being played out between China and the US is anyone’s guess.

But among the businesses seen in the firing line if Beijing's patience with Washington snaps are US casino operators in the world's richest gaming destination Macau. With their concession contracts up for renewal as early as next year, they perhaps have more reason to fear about their luck running out.

But are these fears overcooked

Fears of a trade-war backlash on the American casino giants ahead of the city’s gaming concession renewals in...

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