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Ukraine’s parliament has moved forward with a bill to end the country’s ban on gambling as a measure to improve struggling state finances. The

A Ukraine parliamentary committee has approved the initial tax framework for its nascent gambling industry, setting a rate of 5 percent of gross gaming revenue for sportsbooks.

Ukraine’s draft gaming law has been approved by the Cabinet of Ministers and will be presented to the Ukrainian parliament for approval, according t

Storm International, a global developer and operator of gaming and entertainment complexes, said it is considering investing in the Ukraine if the pr

Ukraine will hold its first gaming congress on September 29, bringing together officials and representatives from the industry to discuss the possibil

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said he is in favor of legalizing casinos in a bid to increase state revenues and fund cultural activities,

Ukraine will allow casinos and online gambling under a new austerity budget passed to help the government raise capital, according to media reports.

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