Embattled casino operator Imperial Pacific International (IPI) says it will fight to preserve and even extend its Saipan casino monopoly, even if it can’t honor the terms of its gaming license. Last week, IPI surprised virtually no one by declaring that it couldn’t pay its annual $15.5m license fee to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), of which Saipan is a part. The U.S. federal prosecutors indicted three people involved with Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd.’s controversial casino project in Saipan for employing undocumented workers, making illegal money transfers, and participating in a criminal conspiracy — adding to the legal troubles connected to the Hong Kong operator. Prosecutors allege the trio conspired to... More than 50 construction workers hired for a casino resort on the Pacific island of Saipan staged a street protest on Friday demanding to be paid, after their employer was charged with illegally importing Chinese workers on tourist visas. The Chinese workers, who entered Saipan on tourist visas and are not allowed to work, demanded that casino contractor MCC International Saipan, a unit of Saipan and neighboring tinian are located about 2670 km east of manila in the philippines 6000 km 3700 mi west of honolulu hawaii and about 200 km 125 mi north east of guam in the western pacific ocean. Realty management services is a full service property management company located on the island of saipan in the us. Explore saipan holidays and discover the best time and places to visit SAIPAN, Northern Mariana Islands (AP) — Court documents say a Saipan casino developer will pay $3 million to settle U.S. Department of Labor claims that construction workers weren't paid minimum wages and overtime. Casino operator Imperial Pacific can't pay its license fee but has decided to ask the Saipan government to grant it "true exclusivity" over all gaming. Sep 4, 2018 - Grand Mariana Casino Hotel & Resort developer Imperial Pacific receives three-year extension for completion of Saipan casino, blames lack of skilled construction force for delay.
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