Japan looks to levy ¥500 million fine for fraudulent casino applications

Casino operators in Japan will be fined up to ¥500 million ($4.7 million) if they are found to have obtained their business licenses through fraudulent means, under legislation to be submitted to the Diet this month. The penalty is included in legislation …
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