A cannon from the old Portuguese fort points toward the Grand Lisboa hotel and casino, in Macau, China on Nov. 23, 2014. Macau, the only region in China where casino gambling is allowed, has seen its revenues drop the last six months because of Beijing's crackdown on corruption involving government officials.
A cannon from the old Portuguese fort points toward the Grand Lisboa hotel and casino, in Macau, China on Nov. 23, 2014. Macau, the only region in China where casino gambling is allowed, has seen its revenues drop the last six months because of Beijing's crackdown on corruption involving government officials. McClatchy
A cannon from the old Portuguese fort points toward the Grand Lisboa hotel and casino, in Macau, China on Nov. 23, 2014. Macau, the only region in China where casino gambling is allowed, has seen its revenues drop the last six months because of Beijing's crackdown on corruption involving government officials. McClatchy

China’s corruption crackdown takes toll on Macau’s U.S.-owned casinos

December 05, 2014 1:12 PM