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15 Mai 2024

Viviana Chan, Asia Gaming Brief,

The Philippines: China works with Philippines to repatriate over 160 Chinese nationals involved in offshore gambling

"Over 160 Chinese citizens engaged in offshore gambling in Philippines repatriated" 15 May 2024

On Tuesday, the law enforcement departments of China and the Philippines once again worked together to repatriate over 160 Chinese citizens involved in offshore gambling in the Philippines, according to an announcement by the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines...

According to the report, the Chinese embassy in the Philippines has reiterated its pledge to enhance practical law enforcement cooperation with Philippine authorities. This commitment aims to support the Philippines in effectively addressing the persisting challenges associated with offshore gaming...

In April, the Chinese Embassy noted that it will maintain communication with Philippine law enforcement agencies concerning offenses related to Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs)...