HONG KONG] They're not quite casinos, but they're pretty close -
and they could be coming to China sooner than some expected. HONG KONG] They're not quite casinos, but they're pretty close -
and they could be coming to China sooner than some expected.BACCARA
BACCARA On the tropical island of Hainan, at least five Chinese-owned resorts are laying the groundwork for so-called entertainment bars, where players put down real money on games but receive their winnings in the form of points that can be redeemed in local shops, restaurants and hotels
according to people with direct knowledge of the plans. The resorts' owners have contacted suppliers of baccarat tables, drawn up blueprints to convert ballrooms into gaming floors and held informal discussions with Hainan officials in recent months, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information.