By Daniel Hunter
There was growing concern in Macau, the world's largest gaming centre, as casino revenues fell by 20% in November.
As gamblers' appetite for the once-popular gambling hub continued to wane the revenues were down by almost a quarter from the same time last year.
Gambling revenue from the Chinese territory's 35 casinos was down to 24.3bn patacas ($3bn; £1.9bn).
That marked the sixth consecutive decline on an annual basis and the fifth consecutive monthly drop. Macau is the only place in China where casinos are allowed to operate.
However, the government's recent anti-corruption drive has resulted high-stake gamblers cutting back on spending.
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