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Crown highlights risks of courting Chinese VIPs

Shares in Crown Resorts crashed after China detained some staff. Investors had cheered moves by Australia's top casino company to distance itself from Macau. But this episode shows Chinese gamblers, and official attitudes, are crucial to gambling groups across the region.
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