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    Macau Scraps Bill On Big Payouts Following Record Protests

    The 600,000 residents in Macau have taken a passive approach to government policy over inequality and falling quality of life as large societal gains, accelerated economic growth and low unemployment stark displeasure....read more
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    Poker Player Defrauds Bank Out Of $100 Million

    Professional poker player William Jordanou, 55, is accused of providing false documents to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in order to get about $100 million in loans with three other men. He faces 142 charges....read more
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Macau Scraps Bill On Big Payouts Following Record Protests

The 600,000 residents in Macau have taken a passive approach to government policy over inequality and falling quality of life as large societal gains, accelerated economic growth and low unemployment stark displeasure....read more

Poker Player Defrauds Bank Out Of $100 Million

Professional poker player William Jordanou, 55, is accused of providing false documents to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia in order to get about $100 million in loans with three other men. He faces 142 charges....read more