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China's corruption crackdown is killing off its gambling scene

China's crackdown on corruption is destroying the huge gambling economy in the only place where it's legal – Macau. The owner of Macau's six largest casino operators – Galaxy Entertainment, Melco Crown, MGM China, Sands China, SJM Holdings, and Wynn Macau – revealed that profits tanked by 40% in the first half of the year, due to a shortage of high rollers making big bets at its many tables.
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