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Genting Singapore and the Big Tourism Bet, Tesla Down on their Luck

05-Apr-19 12:17

Genting Singapore and the Big Tourism Bet, Tesla Down on their Luck

The Morning Run discusses:

00:00 - The Singaporean government continues to tweak its tourism policy and that means spending big money for Genting Singapore and Las Vegas Sands Corp.

04:04 - Tesla shares plummeted 11% due to a record decline in deliveries in the first quarter of the Model 3. On the note of Tesla, a US judge has given Tesla CEO Elon Musk  and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 2 weeks to work on their differences.

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Sharidz Abdullah, Julian Ng


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