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IPI only 69 percent complete: Poon

With only a few weeks until the deadline for Imperial Pacific’s new resort hotel in Garapan, and an extension request in the works, IPI...

IPI hires nearly 600 Filipino construction workers

Imperial Pacific International has hired nearly 600 foreign construction workers to help with the construction of the Garapan casino-resort facility, local media reports. The workers,...

IPI considers adding second shift for construction workers

Imperial Pacific International is considering adding night shifts for its construction workers in order to complete the Imperial Pacific Resort as soon as possible,...

IPI looks to December for hotel resort completion

Imperial Pacific International is likely going to be missing its August 2018 deadline, and is currently in the process of applying for an extension...

IPI sues clients to recover debts

Imperial Pacific International has filed 13 more lawsuits in an effort to recover $12.75 million in debts from Hong Kong and Chinese players in its Saipan casino, local media reports.

Chinese interest in CNMI a threat to U.S. security

A ramp up of Chinese interest in the CNMI has caused concern amongst U.S. security officials, who see the island as a “strategic asset”...

CNMI introduces casino financial fraud bill

The CNMI government has announced the introduction of a bill aimed at preventing casino financial fraud, according to a report from Marianas Variety. Introduced...

IPI workers leave CNMI over uncertain future

Uncertain of their future and immigration status, a number of foreign workers at Imperial Pacific International have chosen to leave the CNMI, according to...

IPI still short of U.S. workers

Imperial Pacific International needs to boost the percentage of U.S. workers in its labor pool to 65 percent from 44 percent at present to meet the conditions of its casino license, local media reports.

IPI debt levels rise, construction woes persist

Imperial Pacific International is facing mounting levels of bad debt due to its practice of extending direct credit to VIPs, while it continues to...

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