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Macau’s Top Regulator OK’d for Another Two Years

Macau’s Top Regulator OK’d for Another Two Years

Adriano Marques Ho, director of Macau’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau since last June, has been confirmed as head of the territory’s casino regulatory agency for another two years.

Macau Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng initially appointed Ho to the post last June, six months after taking over stewardship of the territory’s government.

Prior to joining the DICJ, as the bureau is known by its Portuguese initials, Ho served for six years as head of the local sub-bureau of the China National Central Bureau of Interpol.

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