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By Hui Ching-hoo
The Social Security Fund, still reeling from the gaming hub’s Covid-19 slump, now has to contend with a bleak global economy
Covid-19 has dealt a blow to Macau’s Social Security Fund (SSF) as strict travel rules in the Asian gaming hub over the last two years hammered casino revenues. The SSF, which derives a big chunk of income from the gaming industry, r...
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