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An amendment has been added to a long-awaited gambling sector liberalization bill in the Netherlands which would increase the proposed rate of tax on online gambling operators. Read Full Story
Antigua and Barbuda is to hold bilateral talks with the US in connection with the ongoing gaming dispute between the two countries. The move follows last week's meeting between Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, and US Trade Representative, Michael Froman. Read Full Story
Internet service providers (ISPs) in the United Kingdom have rejected a request from the government to display warnings to web users who attempt to view poker sites operated from offshore jurisdictions. Read Full Story
The Government of Antigua and Barbuda announced on July 17, 2013 the formation of a select committee charged with overseeing the suspension of certain concessions and other obligations relating to United States intellectual property rights as sanctioned by the World Trade Organization at a session in January of this year. Read Full Story
The people of Antigua & Barbuda need not fear retaliation from the United States, as negotiations in the decade-long World Trade Organization trade dispute ramp up. Read Full Story
The increased push by American legislators to legalize online gambling within the United States borders bodes well for Antigua and Barbuda, in the ongoing World Trade Organization cross-border trade dispute. Read Full Story
Cypriot authorities are considering introducing a new tax exemption on reinvested corporate profits in a bid to prop up the island's economy, and may also authorize the establishment of local casinos to support fiscal consolidation efforts. Read Full Story
At the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body's March 26, 2013 meeting, Dominica, on behalf of Antigua and Barbuda, warned that the territory would resort to imposing the compensatory measures granted by the WTO on January 28, 2013, involving the sale of US-copyrighted items without the payment of rights usage, if an alternative resolution with the United States fails to be agreed. Read Full Story
True to their word, nations of the Caribbean Community rallied behind Antigua and Barbuda, at the recent meeting with the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body, in support of the territory's calls for the United States to cooperatively agree a meaningful compensation package for Antigua and Barbuda in relation to a WTO ruling against US legislation prohibiting the provision of overseas online gambling services. Read Full Story
The Caribbean Community has backed Antigua and Barbuda in its efforts to obtain a meaningful settlement in the ongoing World Trade Organization dispute between the territory and the United States in respect of that nation's Internet gaming laws that prohibit the provision of online gaming services to the US market. Read Full Story
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