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NZ race fixing eleven appear in court

A total of eleven people have now been charged in New Zealand’s harness race fixing scandal and nine of them made appearances in district courts this week. Only one has entered a plea, and all have been remanded on bail to appear again next month.

Court extends share freeze order for Donaco’s Thai vendors

The Supreme Court of New South Wales has extended a court order preventing three Thai shareholders of Donaco International from selling their shares in...

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Australian government to create national gambling self-exclusion register

Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston issued a statement on Sunday revealing that the government is preparing legislation to create an online National Self-Exclusion Register that will allow people to ban themselves from all online wagering sites and apps.

Duterte gives POGOs three days to pay taxes before being “punched”

President Rodrigo Duterte personally entered the debate over delinquent Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) on Friday, warning them that unless these firms paid their taxes within three days, they would be “punched” and “shot.”

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Grand Korea Leisure reports strong November sales

Grand Korea Leisure, which operates three domestic foreigner-only casinos, reported an 8 percent year-on-year boost in net sales for November to almost KRW45 billion (about US$38 million).

Stars Group buys outstanding stake in BetEasy

Canada-based The Stars Group said it agreed to buy out minority shareholders in BetEasy, its Australian sports betting unit for AS$151 million ($103.2 million).
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S&P cuts China growth forecasts, sees Asia 2020 as disappointing

S&P Global Ratings has cut its forecast for China’s economic growth next year and said overall expansion in Asia Pacific will be disappointing at about 4.7 percent.