China Continues to Fight Illegal Gambling Activity

According to Reuters, Chinese officials continue with efforts to prevent foreign casinos from offering gambling services to Chinese punters.

"Some foreign countries see our nation as an enormous market, and we have investigated a series of cases," said, Hua Jingfeng, a deputy bureau chief at the Ministry of Public Security.

"A fair number of neighbouring countries have casinos, and they have set up offices in China to attract and drum up interest from Chinese citizens to go abroad and gamble. This will also be an area that we will crack down on."

No one is exempt from investigation; even police and government officials will have all eyes on them according to Hua, who says a “small number” are being indicted on charges of collusion involving illegal gambling activity.

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    So, are there actually Chinese companies that are permitted to offer these services to Chinese citizens??? I can understand them not wanting a large amount of money to be disappearing electronically out of the country by way of online gambling sites, but surely with their "Great Firewall" it can't be that hard for them to stop such activity???
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    I know this may sounds crazy to some people, but China has been developing their country now for many years as an economic power. Just has it happened in America in the late 1800's until the early 1920's, China is now going through their own Industrial Revolution. They produce a lot of goods that they sell to a lot of other countries. Many of these products have been of inferior quality, some full of led that has created many problems for the purchasers of these products, including death. I have never heard any public apologizes for any of these products. They also have tried to keep most other countries from exporting products into their country having exclusive control over everything in their country. Now they are faced with something out of their control and I don't wish them any harm, but this is all about karma.............. Good luck China...............

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