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Stephen Miller, director of UNLV's Center for Business and Economic Research, answers tough questions about what is in store for Southern Nevada in the coming months.
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Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s (D) temporary, tighter new restrictions on the state’s gaming properties and restaurants — as well as other enterprises — could lead to some businesses closing, possible layoffs, and a slower economic recovery, according to a prominent local economist.
Las Vegas’ businesses, employees and economy are still reeling from the state’s first shutdown. Is the city ready for another?
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is intimating about new health restrictions on Nevada gaming properties as COVID-19 cases continue to escalate. Las Vegas casinos have yet to fully recover from earlier closings.
With skyrocketing coronavirus cases in Nevada, casinos in Detroit and New Mexico being shuttered temporarily, others across the country getting hours and operations cut back, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom urging his residents to remain in the state or quarantine when they return, Las Vegas is wondering what’s coming for the casino industry here.
The UNLV Center for Business and Economic Research and the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA) have partnered to host their first Virtual Outlook 2021 event to share insight on what businesses can expect next year.
While COVID-19 cases keep rising and uncertainty abounds, many people are worried we could see another shutdown.