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Kathmandu : The Department of Industry has approved foreign direct investment of Goa-based casino operator Goa Costal Resorts and Recreational Pvt Ltd.to operate ' Casino Pride' at Hyatt Hotel in a joint-venture with Nepal-based Entertainment and Recreational Pvt Ltd.

According to the DoT, the department has approved the company’s Rs 250-million investment proposal to operate the casino.

Goa Costal will be the third company to operate a gaming house under the new Casino Regulation after Silver Heritage and Casino Mahjong.

 Hong Kong-based Silver Heritage started operating The Millionaire’s Club & Casino at Shangri La Hotel recently. 

Another Casino Mahjong is operated at  Soaltee hotel.- NTN

 

 

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