Macau and Beijing are working together to help fight corruption. According to the talks on March 30 and 31, 2015, Macau’s anti-graft body, which is part of the anti-corruption committee, will support China’s central government. Macau commissioner Andre Chung Weng Chon said his organization will help find suspects on the run from Beijing authorities and help recover the laundered funds.
Macau has already seen casino revenues decline due to anti-corruption campaigns in the past 10 months. Macau needs to help solve the problem and bring visitors back. Because corruption damages every city and asset recovery is important, Macau has decided to help restore the faith of tourists who want to have a good time.