The Macau government’s budget proposals put forward the estimate that it will collect MOP91 billion (about US$11.2 billion) in gaming taxes in 2020, suggesting no growth in the coming year.
Cambodia’s ban on online gambling is expected to hit government tax revenue next year, the Khmer Times reported, citing minutes from a meeting with Finance Minister Aun Pornmoniroth.
Macau said it has collected MOP67.2 billion ($8.4 billion) in tax revenue from gaming operators in the seven months through July, more than two thirds of its forecast for the year.
Casino investors from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau have made enquiries about operating in Myanmar after the government passed new regulations in May.
Gaming tax revenue collected by the Macau SAR government increased by 16.2 percent in January, reaching MOP10.2 billion, local media reports. The
A $2 billion integrated resort planned for Quang Ninh province on Vietnam’s northern coast is expected to begin its first phase of construction in the first quarter of 2019 and be fully completed by 2022, according to local news reports.
The South Korean government has earned 62.5 trillion won (US$54.56 billion) from the gambling industry over the past 15 years, about half of it throug
Tax revenue collected from Cambodia’s casinos jumped by about 40 percent in 2016 helped by increasing volumes, government efforts to improve tax col
Vietnam is taking a step towards lifting a ban on locals gambling, but the experiment is limited to two casinos, leading to question marks over whether it will be the game changer that many foreign investors had hoped. The narrow scope of the experiment...
Saipan’s federal court has denied the petition from the Laos Government for issuance of subpoenas on Bridge Capital LLC and its owner in connection
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