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‘Small but significant’ number of international students have a gambling problem

With most universities' summer breaks here, many international students will be hitting the beach – and the casino. That is, if a University of Tasmania report is to go by. A survey of almost 1,400 UTAS students revealed that while domestic students gambled significantly more than international ones, (mostly male) international students were almost twice as likely than the average adult – including the average domestic student – to be problem gamblers.

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