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May 16, 1999 | From Associated Press
A local banker won an overwhelming victory Saturday to become the first Chinese to lead the tiny enclave of Macau when Portugal pulls out in December after 442 years of colonial rule. Edmund Ho, 44, whose late father was known as "Mr. Macau" for his wealth and political clout, vowed shortly after his election to crack down on gang violence that has rocked this gambling enclave of 450,000 people.
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May 16, 1999 | From Associated Press
A local banker won an overwhelming victory Saturday to become the first Chinese to lead the tiny enclave of Macau when Portugal pulls out in December after 442 years of colonial rule. Edmund Ho, 44, whose late father was known as "Mr. Macau" for his wealth and political clout, vowed shortly after his election to crack down on gang violence that has rocked this gambling enclave of 450,000 people.
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