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The Chinese government will present its vision for the Silk Road Project (OBOR) directly to industry representatives at the Macau Game Show Annual Summit in Macao, Venice, from November 17 to 19, 2015. The project charts major investment and development around cities located on historic trade routes.
Representatives from the government of the People's Republic of China and the SAR government of Macau will also engage participants in the challenges faced by Macau as it expands its focus from a gambling-oriented economy to culture and tourism. Fatima Maria Nunes, secretary general of the organizing association Macau Game Equipment Manufacturing Association, says the OBOR initiative provides important guidance for regional development.
Nunes said, "We're not changing, we're diversifying: we're looking at a bigger, more balanced economy. And the game has to play an important role in this. How do we achieve this? Well, the Macau Tourism and Culture Summit in November will be the starting point. So that's the fundamental question that we're going to be thinking about in three days: how does the game drive the forces of change and bring about a broader, more diverse economy in cities and across the Asia-Pacific region
Tuesday, October 24, 2023