Almost a Year After Takeover by Marcos Son-in-Law, Philweb Gets Back Gaming License

A year after Philweb’s electronic gambling license was shut down, the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation has re-accredited the company that would allow it to resume operations. The company was targeted after President Rodrigo Duterte accused its previous owner, Roberto Ongpin, of being an oligarch. Ongpin was forced to sell his shares to Gregorio Araneta, the son-in-law of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos,…

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