Macau distances itself from Crown Resorts’ China arrests

The recent arrests in mainland China have no connection to Macau.

That was the statement made by authorities in Macau, which has sought to distance itself from claims that the clampdown on casino marketing activities in China will affect Macau’s industry.

Paulo Martins Chan, director of Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), told Macau-based reporters that none of the 18 Crown Resorts representatives who were detained in mainland China “were employees from Macau.”

“The gaming companies here reported to us that they had always been abiding by the laws in mainland China,” Chan said, according to a GGRAsia report.

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