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Crown Resorts fights to defend Melbourne jewel

License to operate Australia's biggest casino in jeopardy over 'misconduct'

SYDNEY -- Australia's Crown Resorts is preparing to make a final attempt to defend its flagship Melbourne casino as an inquiry into whether the scandal-hit company should retain its operating license draws to a close.

Crown will have an opportunity on Tuesday to make its case to the independent investigation in the state of Victoria on why it should be allowed to hold on to its license despite allegations of money laundering and repeated breaches of gambling laws.

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