Cambodia is expected to introduce its long-awaited casino regulation in September, which may attract further investment to one of Asia’s most vibrant markets. The government is planning to hold a regulatory seminar, bringing together officials and industry executives and is expected to introduce the updated rules. Under the new legislation, casinos will likely face a system of taxation based on gross gaming revenue and unified reporting. The rules will also stipulate new minimum capital levels for properties, though there is expected to be a period of grace to allow many of the smaller casinos to comply. Rhys Jones . . . This content is restricted to subscribers
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