Montenegro amends gaming law to permit up to 11 new casinos

September 2007
International Gaming & Wagering;Sep2007, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p10
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The article reports on the adoption of amendments and modifications to Law on Games of Chance by the government of Montenegro that limit the number of casinos to 14. It notes that the modifications allow the market to expand from three to up to 11 casinos in several coastal communities. Also mentioned is that the amendments also specify certain changes to the current tax structure in the country.


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