After the arrest of an Australian casino company’s employees, worries rise about a broadening of China’s crackdown on gambling
Crown Resorts, which makes significant sums through its wealthy mainland Chinese clients, had 18 of its employees detained by Chinese authorities. The arrest raised worries about a broadening of China's campaign against gambling to encompass overseas firms, including those found in South Korea and the Philippines, rather than just domestic operations.
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