The Hospitality industry in the past 10 years (as of 2009 when the pwC report was generated) highlighted that the industry was contracting. The income growth was minimal, and the certain regulations that barred ATM withdrawals based on the gaming centers in hotels were seen to lead to low income generation for such hotels. The removal and regulation of gaming led to the increase in payroll tax which affected employment in the industry also (AHA, 2009). However, as of the 2015 although the service industry recorded low points, the Hospitality industry and hotels remain balanced (Janda, 2015). The service industry’s lower points as expressed by respondents to the Australian Performance of Services Index PSI denotes that there is a “continuing concerns about consumer spending due to weak local economic conditions, fragile consumer and business confidence and slower growth in household disposable income” (Janda, 2015). The points were at 47.5 below a 50 point level (anything above 50 indicates positive expansion of the services industry and below 50 indicates a contraction). However the hospitality industry which is just part of the services industry recorded 50 points, indicating it was quite stable, neither expanding nor contracting. However the acquisition of one of the major Hyatt Hotels, the Melbourne Park Hyatt by the China’s Fu Wah International Group in June 2014 (CBRE, 2014) indicates more than business strategy, it could be that the hotel has concerns with respect to expansion.