TAIPEI, Taiwan -- International news brief -- As reported by the Reuters: "Officials in an outlying Taiwan archipelago said on Wednesday they would build a massive resort-casino with investment
Taiwan Resorts Approved For Gambling of at least $910 million if local voters approve a gambling referendum as early as next month.
"The Penghu County government has proposed its casino resort on 130 coastal hectares with hotels, duty-free shops, a convention centre and a golf course, said Liu Mei-fan with the county's tourism bureau, which would concession out the land.
"Taiwan hopes to stimulate the kind of growth seen in other places, most notably Macau, that have legalised or expanded gaming..."
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