In this photo released by the Madrid Regional Government on May 6, 2012, CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Sheldon Adelson, left in foreground, waves while visiting Alcorcon, which was one of the possible sites for the EuroVegas project on the outskirts of Madrid, with others unidentified. It is announced Sept. 7, 2012, casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. has chosen Madrid over Barcelona for a multi-billion dollar gambling resort project dubbed "EuroVegas". With Supporters point out the prospects of construction jobs and service casino jobs will bring improvement to the high jobless rate and shrinking economy in Spain, but critics predict that gambling will attract criminals. (AP Photo/Comunidad de Madrid)

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In this photo released by the Madrid Regional Government on May 6,  2012,  CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Sheldon Adelson, left in foreground, waves while visiting Alcorcon, which was one of the possible sites for the EuroVegas project on the outskirts of Madrid, with others unidentified.  It is announced Sept. 7, 2012, casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. has chosen Madrid over Barcelona for a multi-billion dollar gambling resort project dubbed "EuroVegas".  With Supporters point out the prospects of construction jobs and service casino jobs will bring improvement to the high jobless rate and shrinking economy in Spain, but critics predict that gambling will attract criminals. (AP Photo/Comunidad de Madrid)
In this photo released by the Madrid Regional Government on May 6, 2012, CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Sheldon Adelson, left in foreground, waves while visiting Alcorcon, which was one of the possible sites for the EuroVegas project on the outskirts of Madrid, with others unidentified. It is announced Sept. 7, 2012, casino giant Las Vegas Sands Corp. has chosen Madrid over Barcelona for a multi-billion dollar gambling resort project dubbed "EuroVegas". With Supporters point out the prospects of construction jobs and service casino jobs will bring improvement to the high jobless rate and shrinking economy in Spain, but critics predict that gambling will attract criminals. (AP Photo/Comunidad de Madrid)
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