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E-Commerce and E-Gaming: Antigua and Barbuda Vs The United States - An Update
By Offshore-E-Com Editorial

A year has passed since we last wrote on the e-gaming dispute between Antigua and Barbuda and the United States, and for the tiny Caribbean jurisdiction it has been another year of frustration. Yet Antigua is not giving up the fight, and this special report provides an update on the current status of this 'David versus Goliath' struggle.
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OEC International E-Commerce & E-Gaming - David versus Goliath
By Offshore-E-Com Editorial

With flexible and responsive regulatory systems and low or zero rates of taxation, it is not surprising that the internet gaming industry has a found its home offshore. Those jurisdictions which have invested in an appropriate legal framework and advanced telecommunications infrastructure have generally reaped the benefits of the rapid growth in this sector over the last decade. The tiny Caribbean territory of Antigua and Barbuda, and the Mediterranean island of Malta, a member of the European Union (EU), are two such jurisdictions. However, legislative and regulatory developments in the United States and the EU have put the very existence of the internet gambling industry in these places under threat, with disastrous economic consequences, actual in the first case and potential in the second.
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