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Chinese successful in Australian casino bids

Hong Kong tycoon Tony Fung and the Chinese-Australian ASF Consortium have bid successfully to build casino-resorts in the northeastern Australian state of Queensland, Agence France-Presse reports. The news agency says Mr Fung intends to build a casino, nine hotels with 3,750 rooms, and one of the world’s largest aquariums near Cairns. ASF Consortium, which includes two Chinese […]

Hong Kong tycoon Tony Fung and the Chinese-Australian ASF Consortium have bid successfully to build casino-resorts in the northeastern Australian state of Queensland, Agence France-Presse reports. The news agency says Mr Fung intends to build a casino, nine hotels with 3,750 rooms, and one of the world’s largest aquariums near Cairns. ASF Consortium, which includes two Chinese state-owned companies, has plans to build a casino-resort on the Gold Coast that would have  a waterfront eco-park and a cruise ship terminal.

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