Short Seller Chanos Targets China’s Casino Industry

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Famed investor James Chanos is increasingly training his skeptical eye — and multibillion-dollar war chest — on China’s casino industry. Chanos, a household name on Wall Street who runs Kynikos Associates, a prominent hedge fund in New York, told a conference last April in California that he was increasingly concerned about bribery and corruption in Macau,…

Short Seller Chanos Targets China’s Casino Industry

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