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One of the most anticipated events of the year will be the process to select the operators and cities for Japan’s three integrated resorts, which will see the country’s first commercial casinos open. Ayako Nakayama, chief executive of the Japan Integrated Resort Association (JIRA), discusses the current state of affairsCan you begin by giving us an update on the progress of regulations? Has everything remained on schedule? Integrated resorts (IR) legislative progress has been progressed almost according to schedule. Basic regulations, together with the Japanese Casino Regulatory Commission Preparation Office, were launched in 2019, with an official launch early this year. [Editor’s note: since this interview, it appears the official launch has been pushed back, possbily due to an alleged briberly scandal] Osaka, one of the leading candidate locations, started the request for proposal (RFP) process in December 2019 and other locations will most likely follow in starting their own RFPs in early to mid-2020.The formation of the Casino Management Committee is now set to be finalised by the end of January 2020, which appears to be around six months later than originally planned. How transparent has the government been as to why this was? Can you explain why it has taken longer than anticipated? The delay was caused due to the national Upper House election, which took place in July 2019. During the election, IR-related processes were suspended. Based on JIRA’s understanding, the industry sees this as minor delay which was inevitable due to the national political event. As head of the Japanese Integrated Resort Association, what is your view on the government’s handling of the entire regulatory process? Although JIRA is not in a position to evaluate the validity of the regulatory process, it appears to have gone as expected. That said, the dynamics of the IR space have been changing day by day. There are two different government bodies that will regulate and manage Japanese IR. First is the Japan Casino Regulatory Commission, which handles casino and IR operators. Second is International Tourism Board, which operates under the MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism). This organisation handles non-gaming aspects such as choosing the locations of the resorts. These new dynamics will influence the future of Japanese IR, and JIRA will continue to work to assess and understand its fundamental structure to collaborate and achieve our objectives to create a strong industry.Do you feel that appropriate responsible gambling safeguards are being developed in tandem with the regulations? Do you feel the entry fees for residents and mandated RG programmes are sufficient? Current responsible gaming controls that have been published are only for basic requirements, which were set at the early stage of the regulatory process. JIRA and related organisations in the industry are waiting for more details of specific regulations. Japan has other forms of gambling besides casino, such as government-controlled offerings including horse racing, motor boat racing and Pachinko, which are already subject to responsible gambling safeguards. These will remain important elements to consider in the development of responsible gambling strategy in the country.The validity of such responsible gambling countermeasures is difficult to assess at this moment, yet it’s certain that this area could have a major potential impact in industry perception. It must be considered very carefully for further discussion, from topics such as the application of technology to region-specific measures. How is JIRA looking to influence and coordinate members’ social responsibility strategies? JIRA is taking an initiative to facilitate social responsibility through sustainable development goals (SDGs).SDGs are one of the widely understood concepts across many industries in Japan and internationally. We think this concept could help communicate integrated resorts’ potential social responsibility efforts with various industries, as well as to citizens. JIRA will continue to support the concept of SDGs so that more companies in the industry implement such concepts in both the private sector’s development plans, and in the location requirement plans.Looking at other jurisdictions that have established integrated resorts, such as Macau and Singapore, how is JIRA (and the prospective IR operators) working to understand what has worked and what hasn’t there? The Japanese government put specific requirements and regulations which IR operators must comply with to bid for casino/IR licences in Japan. Based on the previous and ongoing processes of the government’s research and consideration, international gaming/IR practices have been evaluated and assessed to create the ‘Japan way’ of regulation. From JIRA’s perspective, we respect such processes yet we are aware of future international perspectives which the government needs to take into account. JIRA will work with its stakeholders to accommodate such perspectives. After Hokkaido said it would not immediately push for a resort as a result of concerns of its impact on the local environment, are you concerned that other potential locations may follow? How can operators, the government and JIRA address these concerns? Hokkaido’s withdrawal from the IR race could influence other locations in terms of the risk attached with the municipality’s decision-making processes. Hokkaido’s regional diet has a majority of Liberal Democratic Party members – which is the current ruling party of Japan – yet the governor decided not to pursue one of the three licences due to environmental concerns. This illustrates the potential complications caused by regional politics in Japan.What happens next in the process? Do you feel the first venues will be completed by 2024-25 as previously stated? After the establishment of the Japan Casino Regulatory Commission on 7 January, the rest of the year will see most regional cities interested in integrated resorts start RFP processes. This will begin around April, with operators selected in order to develop a proposal to submit to MLIT by July 2021.The first phase of Japan IR will have up to three venues licensed, which will open around 2026. It’s been said that the opening of the integrated resorts will see Japan quickly become one of the biggest gambling markets worldwide. Do you agree? JIRA agrees that the Japanese market has significant potential, with some of the most modern facilities in the world and billions in investment helping it attract a large number of tourists to the country. That said, Japan will soon face international competition that will challenge the market. The requirement for cultural elements in the resorts will make the venues unique from other facilities around the world.From JIRA’s perspective, the ability of Japan IR to attract VIP customers will also be a crucial aspect for its success in the world market. I personally believe the real market strength of Japan IR can only be evaluated several years after the market opens. As the Japan IR Association, we would like to make as much effort to ensure the future market and Japanese resorts are among the leading destinations worldwide.Ayako Nakayama has engaged in a wide range of integrated resorts industry initiatives, including the establishment of Japan IR Association for the purpose of building and promoting the sector. JIRA aims to initiate cross-border collaboration within and outside the industry, both domestically and internationally, with Nakayama, its chief executive, delivering many lectures about Japan IR at various international conferences. 27th February 2020 | By Stephen Carter Email Address Japan joins the fray Casino & games Topics: Casino & games AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Asia Japan One of the most anticipated events of the year will be the process to select the operators and cities for Japan’s three integrated resorts, which will see the country’s first commercial casinos open. Ayako Nakayama, chief executive of the Japan Integrated Resort Association (JIRA), discusses the current state of affairs Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter
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How should you invest in this uncertain environment?I’ve found three FTSE 100 shares I think will perform well in difficult times.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Keep it simpleThe coronavirus pandemic has shown how dependent we are on supermarkets. I don’t see this changing, especially in a recession, when shoppers become even more price conscious.My top pick of the UK’s listed supermarkets is Wm Morrison Supermarkets (LSE: MRW). This Bradford-based business combines traditional supermarket retail with a modern approach to growth. Behind the scenes, it supplies groceries for Amazon‘s online delivery service and is the main wholesale supplier for McColl’s convenience stores.Morrison’s food production business gives it an edge in the wholesale sector, helping to support higher overall profit margins. I also like the low debt levels and large, freehold property portfolio – 87% of stores are owned outright.The Morrisons share price looks decent value to me on 13 times forecast earnings. The dividend hasn’t been cut and I estimate the current dividend yield at about 3.6%. I see this FTSE 100 share as a low-risk buy.Profit from silver saversThere’s speculation that widespread lockdowns may trigger a baby boom. We’ll see. But for now, the reality is that in most developed countries, the population is getting older. These silver savers often have more disposable cash and better healthcare than younger people.This should be good news for FTSE 100 share Smith & Nephew (LSE: SN). This medical technology company makes nearly half its profit from orthopaedic implants such as knee and hip replacements.Other growth areas include products for wound care, including chronic conditions relating to diabetes and pressure ulcers. Older patients form an important part of these market segments, too.Smith & Nephew flies under the radar for many private investors, but this £14bn firm enjoys profits margins in excess of 15%, strong cash generation and low levels of debt. Growth has also improved over the last couple of years. The shares aren’t cheap, on 20 times forecast earnings. But I see this as a quality business. I’d be happy to buy at current levels.This FTSE 100 share yields 6.6%Utility group SSE (LSE: SSE) was rocketing at the start of the year, but the shares were hit by the stock market crash. This popular FTSE 100 income stock looks attractively priced to me at about 1,200p, with a dividend yield of 6.6%.In a year when so many companies have cut their dividends, is this payout still safe? I think so.At the end of March, the firm said that it intended to maintain the dividend at 80p this year. This gives a yield of 6.6% at current levels. If the market was pricing in a dividend cut, I’d expect the forecast yield to be higher than this.My hope is that SSE’s role as the UK’s largest renewable generator may have provided some protection against lower electricity demand during lockdown. This is because renewable power gets sold into the grid before fossil fuel power.It’s too soon to be sure about the outlook for 2020–21, but I think SSE looks good value at current levels and rate this share as a buy for income.
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Here are the three companies I think will thrive despite another crash. Reckitt BenckiserReckitt Benckiser (LSE: RB) is a producer of health, hygiene and home products. Its cleaning and hygiene brands such as Dettol and Lysol are poised to have continuous demand. Reckitt Benckiser’s first quarter net revenue of £3.5bn was 13.3% higher than the same period last year.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…The high demand for its health and hygiene products in the wake of the pandemic will last, I believe, as consumer behaviours are changing to maintain a high level of hygiene. Its product demand should hold despite the potential second outbreak of the coronavirus, and could be a good addition to your portfolio ahead of another market crash.Just Eat TakeawayThe fear of a second wave of coronavirus (whether in the UK or elsewhere) will prevent us from going to restaurants as much as before. Even when restaurants re-open, footfall will be lower due to social distancing or health concerns. I think this will benefit Just Eat Takeaway.com (LSE: JET) as people will order takeaway instead, as we continue spend the majority of our time at home.Just Eat is an international business with market penetration around the world. Over 40% of revenue is from outside the UK now, spreading across 13 countries across Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. With the recent announcement of its acquisition of US-based GrubHub, the resulting synergies and cost savings lay the path to profitability in my opinion. The combined company would gain pricing power and increase market share as being the biggest platform, with an abundance of restaurant choices.Tritax Big BoxTritax Big Box (LSE: BBOX) is a real estate investment trust investing in “Big Box” distribution centres. Its customers include large scale retailers such as Amazon, M&S, Tesco, Morrisons and DHL.As ecommerce and online grocery shopping will likely be the norm going forward, Tritax Big Box is poised to have steady revenue going forward. The company’s customers are institutional-grade tenants on long-term leases (typically at least 12 years in length) with upward-only rent reviews.Strong tenant demand and limited supply of very large logistics warehouses would provide significant opportunities for the company for years to come. 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ArchDaily CopyHouses•Londrina, Brazil Save this picture!© Denílson Machado+ 15 Share Brazil Year: Photographs: Denílson MachadoText description provided by the architects. Perfect for the leisure time of a large family, this house in Londrina, Brazil seems like its floating in the air. That is due to the volumetry and the large spans without pillars designed by the architect Guilherme Torres.Save this picture!© Denílson MachadoFrom the unevenness of nearly 3 meters of the ground, it came the idea of a residence with a cantilever main floor to reserve more space for the leisure area on the lower level. “I’ve docked the house on the slope” says the architect Guilherme Torres, “By doing that, I’ve released the space underneath it to the garden, the pool and the living rooms”. The irregularrelief was won by a monumental block of prestressed concrete containing cables of high strength steel driven and trapped inside the slab itself. This feature allowed the span of 17.5 meters long besides the 4.5 meters cantilever volume beyond the wall that mark boundaries of the leisure area. Save this picture!© Denílson MachadoSuspended and without pillars, the construction brings straight, pure and simple forms. Contrasting with the white masonry, stone and wood coatings have the power to warm the look without breaking the contemporary twist of the proposal. “By being natural, they carry an amount of rusticity and promote comfort”, says the author. The independent functioning between the two storeys was another right solution. On a daily basis, the life of the family is concentrated on the upper floor, where it is distributed the bedrooms, the kitchen, a living and dining room, all accessed by the side ramp and garage on the upper hall. But on weekends, they enjoy to receive the large family in meetings on the spacious and comfortable leisure area with pool, garden, barbecue gourmet and two generous lounges. Save this picture!ElevationThe project considered the use of local labor and simple materials, used in large volumes. Decorative stone, exposed concrete and white masonry are the elements that define the whole volumetry. Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe project uses rainwater capture for reuse and solar heating system for faucets, showers and pool. All the residence was designed considering the solar axis and natural profile of the terrain. To maintain the privacy while not giving up the view, the entire block of bedrooms has received a closure of wood louvers, and due to this feature the house can remain open windows and have permanent cross ventilation.Save this picture!© Denílson MachadoProject gallerySee allShow lessVideo: Research Centre for University of Jussieu / BIG+OFFArticlesSan Sebastian Subway Entrance / SnøhettaArticles Share SN House / Studio GT Houses Projects SN House / Studio GTSave this projectSaveSN House / Studio GT Area: 843 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2010 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/186291/sn-house-studio-gt Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/186291/sn-house-studio-gt Clipboard Architects: Studio GT Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Photographs “COPY” CopyAbout this officeStudio GTOfficeFollowProductsWoodStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasLondrinaHouses3D ModelingBrazilPublished on November 29, 2011Cite: “SN House / Studio GT” 29 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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