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Lotto sales in CV and 2 Cordillera provinces drop

CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela (September 7) -- The sale of lottery tickets in 16 outlets combined in the Cagayan, Isabela and Nueva, including two in Lagawe, Ifugao and Tabuk, Kalinga showed a declining trend in the January-June 2007 report released by the Philipiine Charity Sweepstakes district office here.

Lotto outlets in the province (Cauayan and Santiago City, Ilagan, Roxas, Alicia, Tumauini, Aurora, Cordon and Cabagan) shows a decrease in sales of about.13% in the first quarter or about 2.12 million and a.26% in the second quarter or a 3.3 million decrease in the second quarter.

According to sales trend report, Cagayan with 5 outlets accounted a total market share of P5,335,280 in January but only P4,898,940 in February.

Isabela's 9 outlets contributed a market share of P9,040,810 in first month but it decreased to P7,871,600 in the following month.

Nueva Vizcaya, with 2 outlets accounted a market share of P5,940,370 versus P 5,323,770 sale in the January-February sales in the same month but followed it with only P5,818,360 in the ensuing month.

So with Lagawe, Ifugao that registered P484,220 in January, a declined with only P454,310 while Tabuk, Kalinga has P797,240 in January as against P767,080 in the next month.

But sales went up in March, the end of the first quarter and May, the second month of the second quarter, it was noted in the same report.

There was a continuing decline of on-line lotto sales, said Ms. Yamashita Japinan, chief lottery operations officer who attributed the slump to illegal gambling like "jueteng" and poor telecommunication systems in some areas.

She said illegal gambling operations like jueteng poses a threat to on-line lotto because some people are used to it and it seems easy for them to place bets in this kind of game.

Sometimes bogged down telecommunication system is a big contributor to the decline of sale of lotto ticket, she added. (PIA-Isabela) [top]

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