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The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is expecting a fall in the number of new foreign workers in the Philippines Offshore Gaming Operations (

The vice-chairman of the House Committee on Games and Amusements has urged the gaming regulator to issue gaming employment license (GEL) cards to all

The Philippines is finalizing new rules that will be able to weed out illegal foreign workers and ease concerns over tax evasion and loss of job oppor

One of the unintended effects of the opening of IRs in Japan in the mid-2020s may be to force the Japanese government to allow more foreign workers in

Local workers need to see lower-skilled foreign workers as people that improve the local economy, rather than “just labor”, says a Macau researche

There may only be one or two IRs established in the smaller, regional areas of Japan in the 2020s, but current trends in the tourism industry offer th

The Commonwealth Casino Commission has asked Imperial Pacific if it still meets the required number of local hires amid recent resignations or termina

Pagcor has confirmed it will soon be issuing online gaming licenses for operators that target overseas punters, a move that could help offset losses

Russian legislators have proposed a bill that would impose fines on citizens accessing illegal online gambling sites, local media reports. The bill al

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