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Looks back at how the Macau colonial government regarded gambling as a vital industry from which it obtained most of its revenues, and in return gave the Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau STDM the gaming monopoly; this symbiotic relationship created openings for triad infiltration and resulting skimming, money laundering and corruption. Concludes that the relationship between government and gaming had benefits, but the monopoly structure gave no incentive for improvement, while the situation anyway deteriorated in the s as casino revenues fluctuated; unregulated competition led to increased crime and there is now urgent need to reform industry policing and management. Veng Mei Leong, A. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Please share your general feedback.
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