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IA Global Subsidiary, Rex Tokyo, Establishes Joint Venture

IA Global Inc. reports that Rex Tokyo has signed an agreement to establish a joint venture company in Japan on September 6, 2004.

Man Booked On Gambling Dad's Death

International News Brief: A man was arrested over the death of his indebted father after four days of violent assault, Japanese police said.

Gaming Control Board: Wynn Partner Gets OK

A $1 billion slot machine company controlled by Steve Wynn's Japanese business partner received unanimous approval Friday for a two-year Nevada manufacturer's license.

Sammy Corp. to Takeover Sega

News Brief: Sammy Corp. will buy the three quarters of Sega Corp. it doesn't own for about 165 billion yen in stock, resurrecting a takeover that collapsed in May last year.

Japanese Town Plans Casino

International News Brief: The government of Sakai, Osaka Prefecture is planning to build a casino complex containing a theater and tea room.

Asia Poised for Casino Boom

International News Brief: Asia's legal gambling industry is poised to boom with a spate of new casinos as governments around the region seek to haul in the billions of dollars circulating through the unlicensed system, analysts say.

Japan's First Croupier School Opens

International News Brief: The nation's first school for casino croupiers will open in Nakano Ward, Tokyo, in April as lawmakers and local governors push to legalize casinos in Japan.

Police Raid Gambling Den in Tokyo, Arrest 21

International News Brief: Police said Wednesday they have arrested 16 Japanese and five South Koreans in a raid on an illegal gambling establishment in Tokyo, which they believe has earned 2.16 billion yen over the last two years.

TV Asahi Employee Pinched for Illegal Gambling

International News Brief: A TV Asahi employee has been fined and suspended from duty for illegal gambling, the broadcaster admitted Wednesday.

Park Place, MGM Mirage Consider Casinos in Japan

At least two Las Vegas-based gaming giants seem be setting their sights on developing a major urban casino in Tokyo.

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