Blaming tough times, Harrah's puts brakes on Caesars in Spain

November 2008
International Gaming & Wagering;Nov2008, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Harrah's Entertainment Inc. to postpone the construction of its casino resort in Madrid, Spain. The global economic crisis has played significant role in postponing the construction of the said project. Andrew Tottenham, Harrah's European development director, assures the public that the said project will continue to work until the economic situation improves. The said project also includes 850-room hotel and spa, convention center and Ceasars-branded casino.


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