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SPECIAL REPORTS

E-Commerce and E-Gaming: Jersey Focus

By Offshore-E-Com Editorial
In the search to find the most suitable offshore base for e-commerce or e-gaming operations, the island of Jersey is often overlooked in preference to neighbouring Channel Island Guernsey or fellow UK Crown Dependency the Isle of Man, both of which are at the forefront of the remote gaming industry. All this might be about to change however, as the Jersey Government begins to put in place the necessary ingredients to allow the industry to grow.
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E-Commerce and E-Gaming Feature - The Isle of Man

By Offshore-E-Com Editorial
Located in the Irish Sea between the North West of England and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man's economy rests solidly on the provision of offshore financial services to wealthy individuals and multinational corporations in a low-tax environment. However, e-commerce, and in particular e-gaming, has quickly grown to become the second pillar of the island's economy.
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UK Beefs-Up Remote Gaming Regulation

By Offshore-E-Com Editorial
Major changes to the regulation of the gambling industry in the United Kingdom were brought about by the Gambling Act in 2007, and this report examines how yet more proposed changes to the legislation will affect remote gambling and gaming firms offering their services to British gamblers.
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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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