Crown Resort staff charged in China
Beijing, 13 June 2017 –
Crown Resorts said its staff held in China have been charged with gambling-related offenses, the most significant development in the case since the employees were rounded up by mainland authorities in October, Bloomberg reported.
All the workers, including those released on bail, have been charged with offenses related to the promotion of gambling and the cases have been referred to the Baoshan District Court, Melbourne-based Crown said in a statement.
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