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Since Macau's return to Chinese sovereignty in 1999, its economy has developed by leaps and bounds and achieved significant social and people's livelihood improvements, driven by the tourism and leisure industry. By 2019, gross gambling revenue (GGR), Macau's pillar industry, totaled US $36.5 billion, which is about 5.5 times that of the Las Vegas market in the USA, and gaming tax revenue accounted for about 78% of local revenue. However, although the Macau SAR government and society have made various explorations and efforts over the years, Macau's economy remains little diversified. The gaming industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the GGR in 2020 was Macau Pataca (MOP) 60.4 billion, down 79% from 2019. GGR in 2021 rose 44 percent to MOP 86.9 billion, but only returning to the 30% level of 2019, which highlights the importance and urgency of moderately diversified economic development to promote steady and sustainable development of Macau.

TISD and the Urban and Competitiveness Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) have maintained long-term cooperation in evaluating Macau and GBA cities' sustainable urban competitiveness, and participated in the annual report on the Competitiveness of Chinese Cities. The evaluation of sustainable urban competitiveness is based on the 17 sustainable development goals of the United Nations for the sustainable competitiveness of cities. The sustainable development of Macau was measured and evaluated from five dimensions: economic vitality, environmental resilience, social inclusiveness, scientific and technological innovation, and global links. The research result is that sustainable urban competitiveness in Macau shows a downward trend. Take the 2021 assessment results as an example, Macau's environmental resilience indicators are very high, while the sustainable development indicators of social, economic, and scientific and technological innovation are on the low side.

The production of the most recent Industry Statistics for the period April 2020 to March 2021 has been affected by the impact of Covid-19, the lack of and quality of data submissions from some operators and resource required for the consequential quality assurance. Therefore, the latest publication only contains figures for Remote Casino, Betting and Bingo (RCBB), the National Lottery, and the numbers of operators and licences held for the period between April 2020 to March 2021. We have already announced that targeted regulatory action around industry data submissions will feature in our business plan for 2022 to 2023.

As of 31 March 2021, there were a total of 2,439 operators (5.4% decrease on the previous period) licensed by the Gambling Commission, 369 of which operate across more than one sector. Between them, operators held licences (remote and or non-remote) that entitled them to conduct 3,368 activities (4.6% decrease).

The remaining articles focused on the expected financial outcomes of the reductions. Veikkaus estimated that the planned reductions of EGMs, alongside other changes (reductions in marketing, mandatory identification in 2021) would reduce its annual gross gambling revenue (GGR) by approximately 150-200 million Euros as of 2021 (YLE, 31.10.2019; KSML, 31.10.2019). Reduced total consumption would also impact the revenue of beneficiaries and the redistribution network. Previous research has shown that 60% of Veikkaus GGR is directed to beneficiaries and almost 10% to the resale network [37]. Reductions are estimated to impact almost 2200 resellers (of 6300) (YLE 3.12.2019), some of whom also voiced concern over reduced revenue in media reporting (MTV3, 7.11.2019). Interestingly, impacts on the levels of gambling-related problems or harm were no longer discussed: all discussion on expected outcomes only focused on revenue and beneficiaries.

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