Standardizing Mexico

Sánchez, Salvador
October 2009
Casino Journal;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
An interview with Salvador Sánchez of Normalización y Certificación Electrónica (NYCE) in Mexico is presented. When asked about the relationship between NYCE and Associación des Permissionarios des Juegos y Sorteos, he states that they have already signed a contract for their collaboration with the association to attract more prospective clients. He notes his method in assessing the gaming machines. He cites the certification process issue of gaming machines.


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