The future of the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip may be changing. Yesterday, Nevada gambling regulators recommended a gaming license for Malaysian company Genting, which plans to build a four-billion dollar Asian-themed resort on the site. Genting officials say there are plans to break ground this year on Resorts World Las Vegas on the site of the failed Echelon. There are also reports that the company will use 80 to 85 percent of the buildings already standing.
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