Ros Phirun

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

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    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

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    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

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    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

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    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    MQ Technology to enter Cambodian casino market

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    Government looks at measures to control online gambling

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

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    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    Nagacorp agrees on new tax rate

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    NagaWorld faces additional tax bill on non-gaming activities

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    SV International obtains approval to operate casinos in Sihanoukville

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    NagaCorp expects Cambodia gaming law in 2016, potential tax

    Ros Phirun is the spokesman for the Ministry of Economy and Finance’s gaming and casino department of Cambodia.

    Cambodian doors to close as Vietnam opens to locals?

    Cambodia’s gambling industry is eyeing moves to open up the market in neighbouring Vietnam with trepidation, though views are mixed on the potential impact. Casinos lining Cambodia’s border with Vietnam have long benefited from traffic from Vietnamese who have been banned from gambling at home. Vietnamese are estimated to spend about $800 million annually gambling overseas, with a large chunk of that funnelled into its neighbor’s casinos. 

    Could Sihanoukville be Asia’s next gambling hub?

    Malaysia-based SV International revealed plans to transform the sleepy coastal town of Sihanoukville, Cambodia, into the “Macau of Southeast Asia.” It plans to “bulk acquire every potential development lot” in the town’s port area, and is “purchasing existing hotels for renovation and equipping them with gaming licenses.” However, unless legislation is improved,  infrastructure upgraded infrastructure and transport links are improved existing operators are sceptical about the plan's chances for success. 

    Online gambling busts threaten Sihanoukville’s gaming renaissance

    Cambodia’s coastal town of Sihanoukville, a sleepy place popular among backpackers and expats looking to escape the frenetic pace of the capital, has long been a gateway to some of Cambodia’s most prized beaches. However, that is changing with a surge in Chinese investment in hotels and casinos in the city itself. Part of the boom has been driven by online gambling, but a string of recent busts may have dented confidence in the industry. 

    Casino boom attracts junket interest

    Cambodia’s casino boom is continuing, with a 53 percent increase in licenses granted during 2018 and growing interest from Macau-based operators and junkets as Chinese tourism and investment surges.
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