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Annette Sharp: James Packer heads to US on gigayacht, won't return for Crown casino opening

Billionaire James Packer has left Australia following this weeks gaming inquiry and has no plans to return for the opening of his 2.4 billion flagship casino, Sydneys Crown at Barangaroo, in December, writes Annette Sharp.
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