Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Home Greater China Mainland China

Mainland China

China tourists

China to account for 20% of global tourism market by 2030

China is likely to account for 20 percent of the global tourism market by 2030, with the market splitting into three distinct segments, the China Outbound Tourism Institute (Cotri) estimates.

Trade war causes slump in Chinese outbound travel

Southeast Asia’s tourism hotspots are feeling the effects of the U.S.-China trade war, which has caused a slump in tourism arrivals and spending, Bloomberg...

Philippines and China to work together on illegal kidnapping

Police from the Philippines and China are planning to work together to tackle the illegal kidnapping of Chinese nationals, which has been on the...

China cracks online gambling ring

Chinese police have busted an online gambling ring in Guangdong, Shandong and Fujian, with initial estimates putting the capital involved at 60 million yuan ($1.4 million), state-run news agency Xinhua reports.
AGTech lottery tickets

AGTech swings to H1 loss, revenue declines

AGTech Holdings posted a loss for the first half of 2019 and said revenue declined by 22.7 percent due to lower lottery hardware sales.

500.com posts widened loss on impairment provisions

China lottery service provider 500.com has continued to suffer from the suspension of online lottery in the country, posting a widened net loss of...
Beijing generic

Beijing not likely to resort to additional stimulus: S&P

Beijing is unlikely to resort to significant stimulus measures to boost its slowing economy, despite a further escalation in the trade war with the U.S., S&P Global Ratings says.

Crown whistleblower sheds light on 2016 China arrests

A former employee of Crown Resorts has accused the company of engineering an illegal high-roller gambling promotion operation across China that led to the...

AGTech wins lottery procurement tender

Chinese lottery supplier AGTech Holdings Limited on Wednesday announced that one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries has won the lottery terminals procurement tenders to supply...

China police crackdown on cross border online gaming

China’s Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi reportedly pledged to crack down on cross-border online gambling in a meeting last Friday, just days after state media singled out Suncity Group with allegations of illegal online gambling. 

TRENDING ARTICLES

Yamashita

Yokohama opts to enter the IR race

The municipal government told reporters on Monday that Yokohama’s long period of indecision had ended and that Mayor Fumiko Hayashi would announce later in the week that her city would seek to host a major urban IR at the 47-hectare Yamashita Pier location.

Mars-X now available across the Asia-Pacific region

Casino players can “Xperience the Difference” through the latest dual-screen gaming sensation from Aristocrat.  The company’s new innovation, MarsX gives operators an entirely new way...

Caesars drops out of Japan IR race

Caesars Entertainment Corp has pulled out of the race for a Japanese casino license and will focus instead on its current plans and commitments,...

LVS secures new loan facility for MBS expansion

Casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp on Wednesday announced it has secured a new delayed draw term loan facility in aggregate principal amount of...

Asian affiliate acquisitions hot up

The recent moves in the Asian affiliate space, including high-profile acquisitions and talk from some of the larger listed affiliates of entering new markets in Asia, might have observers believing the region is like any other, at least as far as affiliates go.