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MBS Q4 Ebitda jumps 25% despite lower VIP turnover

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Marina Bay Sands' fourth-quarter Ebitda of US$456 million is up 25 per cent from a year ago, capping 2017 with a record Ebitda of US$1.76 billion.

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BITTER sweet may well describe Marina Bay Sands' fourth-quarter showing with Ebitda (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation) rolling in at US$456 million, up 25 per cent from a year ago to cap 2017 with a record Ebitda of US$1.76 billion.

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