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How Las Vegas Sands Has Done Business In Macau
How Las Vegas Sands Has Done Business In Macau

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AIR DATE: July 19, 2012

The huge success that Las Vegas Sands has made of its Macau investments has made the company a big player in global gaming and made its chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson a wealthy man. Now state and federal authorities are investigating some of the company's methods for getting its business done in the Chinese special territory. American law prohibits paying bribes to get business from foreign government officials and the government is investigating potential breaches of that law.
 
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