Abe's political gains help odds of Japan legalising casinos



Moves to allow casinos in Japan have failed for 15 years, but the chance of success has improved sharply, people involved in the effort say, thanks to political shifts that could open the world's next great frontier for high-roller gambling.
The Japanese public opposes casinos by 2-to-1 on concerns such as gambling addiction, yet insiders say political momentum has shifted in favour of the latest in a string of bills proposing to legalise them. Companies from Las Vegas Sands Corp to domestic game-machine maker Sega Sammy Holdings Inc stand to benefit if casinos come to what CLSA estimates... read more

 
18 October 2016 in World News, Views: 39
Source: Reuters
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