Pacific Islands

Imperial Pacific International said it “repudiates all allegations of wrongdoing” published in an investigative article by Bloomberg looking into its operations on Saipan.

Saipan casino operator Imperial Pacific International said it is working on recruiting more U.S. workers for its hotel-casino in Garapan.

Tourist arrivals to the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands surged 30 percent in 2017, helped by improved transport links and infrastructure, though labor shortages continue to plague the development of resorts on the islands.

Saipan casino operator Imperial Pacific has appointed Marco Teng as its new chairman, replacing former chairman Mark Brown, local media reports.

The principal owner of Tinian Entertainment Corp. says he is interested in resurrecting the defunct Tinian Dynasty hotel and casino.

Imperial Pacific International has confirmed recent rumors about the departure of its chairman Mark Brown.

Imperial Pacific Resort Pacific International chairman Mark Brown says he is confident that the company will meet its August 2018 deadline to complete its Garapan resort.

A mass exodus of workers on the Imperial Pacific Resort construction site could mean more delays are in store for the casino-hotel, which is aiming to complete construction by August 2018.

The Commonwealth Casino Commission is recommending to set the maximum fine imposed on Imperial Pacific International to $200,000.

The House of Representatives is looking at increasing the maximum fine that can be imposed on players, licensees, vendors and employees of Imperial Pacific International under a new bill, local media reports.

If adopted, the new bill will see the present penalty ceiling of $50,000 to increase to $800,000.

According to House Gaming Committee chair Rep. Joseph Deleon Guerrero, the penalty ceiling would be the largest amount imposed on a casino in the US.

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