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Macau Wants 40% GGR on Casino Revenue, but Offers Spiffs to Reduce the AmountWritten by: Erik Gibbs

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As Macau updates its gambling laws, a draft version of the bill included a gross gaming revenue (GGR) tax of “up to” 40%. Now, in the latest version, any ambiguity is gone, as the current phrase is “equal to” 40%. The latest draft of Macau’s gaming laws sets the tax on GGR at 40%, according
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