Sands woos Japan with vision for top sports, concert venues

Las Vegas Sands Corp. President and COO Robert Goldstein began a news conference in Tokyo by expressing condolences … is expected to take several more years. Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama are among the cities said to be hoping for casino licenses.
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