In this issue the focus is principally on European markets, and as ever there is much to report. We have country specific contributions from leading advisors in the Netherlands, Spain and Denmark. But the global nature of the gambling industry is reflected in articles on Brazil and India.
There is a fascinating analysis by Andre Wilsenach of the potential of Alderney as a hub for international liquidity pooling, identifying ways in which perceived obstacles to international compacts might be overcome. And there are two pieces on international tax issues, one focusing on VAT changes coming into force in 2015, and the other addressing the ongoing importance of sensible tax structuring for a viable online gambling business.
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