Macau and Beijing are working together to help crackdown on corruption. Macau’s anti-graft agency, a part of the the Commission Against Corruption, is going to support China’s central government according to talks on March 30 and 31, 2015. Andre Cheong Weng Chon, the Macau commissioner, stated his agency is going to help hunt for suspects that are on the run from Beijing authorities and help recover laundered funds.

Macau has already seen a decline in revenue for their casinos in the last 10 months because of the anti-corruption campaign. In order to clear up the troubles and get visitors back Macau needs to help solve the issues. Corruption hurts every city and the recovery of assets is important, which is why Macau has decided to help to restore the faith of tourists who want to come have fun.

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