Macau’s Legislative Assembly is considering imposing a blanket ban on all forms of smoking and tobacco related products in casinos.
The Financial Action Task Force has its eyes fixed on the Philippines after the Bangladeshi stolen funds probe revealed US$ 81 million found its way to the Asian’s country banking system.
The idea of the campaign is to promote non-gaming offerings and has been described as a corporate social responsibility initiative to give back to the community.
The Philippine government wants to draw more revenue by creating new taxes.
Macau was conceived as the biggest gambling hub on the world but latest results are shadowing the city.
Senator Teofisto Guingona III invited a number of witnesses to testify before the Senate after Kim Wong shed some light on the investigation and returned a portion of the stolen funds.