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Caesars to Invest in Indian Casino: Caesars World Inc. said it signed an agreement to help the Agua Caliente band of Cahuilla Indians build and operate a $25-million casino in Palm Springs. Under the agreement, Caesars will finance construction of the 80,000-square-foot facility and manage it. About 50% of the space will be devoted to non-gaming activities. The Palm Springs casino will begin operations by conducting Class II games, such as card games in which the house does not have a stake, bingo and off-track betting.

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