Wynn Says It Slipped Up SEC Filing Over $2.5B Macau Deal

Law360, New York (March 02, 2012, 6:21 PM ET) -- Wynn Resorts Ltd. on Friday retracted a regulatory disclosure about a land concessions deal in Macau, saying the filing was made in error and that it has not announced final terms for a $2.5 billion casino on the Asian peninsula, an international gaming hotspot.

The first U.S. Securities Exchange Commission filing said the company and its partner on the Cotai project, Palo Real Estate Co. Ltd., had sealed a deal with the government of Macau to use 51 acres of land for a planned 2,000-room resort-style...
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