Japan looks to deter fraudulent casino applications with hefty fines and jail time

Included in new legislation that will make its way to Japan‘s National Diet this month is a penalty of up to ¥500 million (US$4.7 million) that will reportedly be assessed to casino operators if it is discovered that they have acquired their business licenses via fraudulent means. The Japan Times reports that the Minato-based Kyodo […]

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