Inter-state travel to boost Genting


KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s move to allow inter-state travel effective on Monday will benefit the Genting group as the gaming crowd is expected to swell at Genting Highlands, UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research says.

In its research note, it said this was despite news over the weekend that some outlets in Genting Highlands had to be closed and sanitised over Covid-19 infection case.

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