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SkyCity won’t be back at full strength until 2022

Victoria Young
Fri, 16 Oct 2020

Victoria Young
Fri, 16 Oct 2020
SkyCity Entertainment Group does not expect to return to “full strength” until 2022, but has enough funds to see out at least another couple of lockdowns. “Objective number one, is just to stay open,” chief executive Graeme Stephens said at today's annual meeting.Stephens said the casino expected “negligible international business and international tourism activity” due to covid-19.“We’ve provided for a situation where there’s further downside … we feel well positioned to rid...

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