On the face of it, no. But then again, I never really believed that someone spent 113 mill to frame a CS in the transport ministry.
The most incredible thing in my view, is the lack of financial controls that allowed this to happen, in a country where corruption in official circles is rife. It seems that nobody wants to shut the stable door, even after the horse has bolted in order to keep the rest of the occupants under control.
The house always wins in the long run...
Love Vegas BTW, but not for the gambling. That just allowed everything from all over the world to be there, food, entertainment etc.
It's changed a lot last 10 years though. Prices were shooting up until covid hit as gambling is down and it's much more a family holiday destination now.
Maybe a good idea for Thailand? Set up as alternative for Macau and get not 1 but 10 million rich visitors!
Are you listening TAT?
20 million, 30 million...!