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MGM completes design plan for Cotai
President of MGM Grand Paradise Grant Bowie disclosed yesterday the gaming operator has completed this week the design blueprint for its new development project on the Cotai Strip.
However he did not disclose details of the design but said "new elements" were added to complement with the Macau Government's measures to become an "integrated resort hotel", according to TDM Chinese news.
Bowie also said in addition to MGM, Sociedade de Jogos de Macau (SJM) and Wynn Macau are also interested in developing the land next to the Macau Dome.
The applications are still being approved and he said MGM will "respect the government's decision".
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