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Zhang Baoquan is betting that his new resort, Mangrove Tree Resort World in Sanya on Hainan Island (a Special Economic Zone ), set to be the largest in China once complete, will be popular enough to rival the casinos of Macau, an hour away, according to Reuters .
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