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HONG KONG, Oct 23 (AFP): Hong Kong is thriving as a transnational wildlife smuggling hub because its laws are not strong enough to tackle organised crime running the lucrative trade, researchers said Friday.
SYDNEY: Shareholders of Crown Resorts Ltd voted against executive pay at the company’s AGM, a step toward removing the board, as the Australian casino giant apologised for corporate governance failings.
Casino operator Crown Resorts Ltd said on Monday Australia's financial crime watchdog had launched a probe into its Melbourne business on suspicions of money-laundering and counter-terrorism financing, sending its shares over 4% lower.
SYDNEY: A director of Australian casino giant Crown Resorts Ltd felt pressured last year by its then-chairman to sign a now-discredited full-page newspaper advertisement attacking negative media coverage, she told a regulatory inquiry on Thursday.
HONG KONG, Oct 10 (Reuters): Hong Kong police said on Saturday they had arrested nine people suspected of helping 12 Hong Kong activists who fled the city in August, heading for Taiwan, only to be intercepted by Chinese authorities and held on the mainland.
SYDNEY: Australian billionaire James Packer said he “forgot” his casino firm Crown Resorts Ltd was banned from dealing with associates of Hong Kong’s Stanley Ho when he orchestrated a part-buyout by a firm controlled by Ho’s son.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a boon for cybercriminals across Europe, especially for child pornographers and online scammers, the European police agency Europol said on Oct 5.
Wealthy Britons are increasingly drawn to Caribbean citizenship applications – which is likely to give them better travel access to the EU than Britain.
TODAY, quite a few countries suffer from populist leaders who are tearing their nations apart by dividing people with factional brawls and crippling the economy by spending money unscrupulously to flatter the people. These populist leaders gravely degrade the integrity of their respective nations with indecent words and behavior. Consequently, some populist leaders have made their countries bankrupt already, whether spiritually or financially, and others have seriously damaged the image of their nations. Some of these populist leaders strongly resemble organised crime bosses and others look like pseudo-socialists.