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Skyline Enterprises more than doubles profit as tourism rebounds

The USX-listed company says its online casino will open by the end of July after regulatory delays.

Skyline Queenstown has undergone a major redevelopment.

USX-listed tourism company Skyline Enterprises has more than doubled underlying profit as tourism has rebounded in New Zealand, despite high inflation and on-going labour shortages.

Preliminary pre-tax profit for the year ending March 31 was $71.3 million compared to $34.9m the previous year, though

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Fiona Rotherham Thu, 22 Jun 2023
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