No Worries

Nam, Suzanne
October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/27/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p46
The article reports that Andrew Tan, a tycoon who ranks No. 4 on the journal Forbes Asia's list of the Philippines' 40 richest, has announced plans to built two megaresorts and casinos in the Philippines. It is reported that he is to partner with Star Cruises, a unit of Genting, the Malaysian gaming company and are together investing $1.55 billion to build them, one across from the new terminal at Manila City Airport and one in the city's historic Bay Area.


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