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Gaming makes Manila leisure and retail growth a safe bet

Published on March 9th, 2015

The opening of gaming and entertainment complexes in the Philippines’ capital is set to boost demand for high-end hotels, leisure, retail and luxury housing, as the city looks to emulate…

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