Antigua Disputes US Gaming Bill's Depiction Of WTO Row

Law360, New York (October 25, 2012, 4:19 PM EDT) -- Antigua and Barbuda on Thursday criticized a recently leaked Senate legislation draft that seeks to prohibit many forms of Internet gaming while imposing strict restrictions on online poker, arguing that the bill misrepresents the nature of the island nation's ongoing trade dispute with the U.S.

In a press release, Antigua and Barbuda disputed the draft's assertion that the U.S. has not violated international trade law by imposing various Internet gaming restrictions, pointing to a World Trade Organization dispute over whether entities in Antigua and Barbuda and...
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