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The mob is gone, Dubai is here. Deal with it.

It’s bad enough Las Vegas is dealing with high unemployment, declining visitor numbers and plummeting home prices. But do we have to add xenophobia? In her Sunday Review-Journal column, Jane Ann Morrison, in reference to Tamares Las Vegas Properties’ Poju Zabludowicz and the Elad Group’s Yitzhak Tshuva, writes, “How I long for the days when I could spell the owners’ names ...” News flash, people: The mob days of Vegas are gone, and the era of Dubai, Macau and, shall we say, foreign aid is here. Deal with it.

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