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Where it occurred, it was limited to the state lottery, horse betting and an odd casino. Now, the tide has shifted. Sports betting shops, casinos and lottery gaming are cropping up rapidly in the country’s major urban centres as punters strive to make an extra coin and satisfy a growing appetite for gaming and gambling. (...) PwC says there are 37 licensed operating casinos in South Africa compared with 13 in Kenya and only three in Nigeria where most forms of gambling are illegal, other than skill-based card games, backgammon and the national online lottery. Beyond the casino count itself, casinos in South Africa are generally larger and have more slot machines and table games than casinos in Kenya and Nigeria.
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Score: 2263244.7 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...g-zimbabweans-warming-gambling
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Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] AB-22 Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] AB-23 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" AB-24 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" AB-25 Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html AB-26 James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (January 2003) AB-27 "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 July 2001) AB-28 Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 August 2003 AB-29 David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) AB-30 William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 August 2003) AB-31 Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, May 2003) AB-32 "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com AB-33 Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 May 2003) AB-34 Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (October 2002) AB-35 American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), p2 AB-36 Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders AB-37 La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac AB-38 "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business , July 2003 AB-39 M. (...) McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com , (14 October 2003) AB-182 "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com , (26 November 2003) AB-183 Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise, (16 October 2002) AB-184 Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 September 2003) AB-185 Howard J.
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Score: 2231827 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.doc
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Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] AB-22 Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] AB-23 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" AB-24 American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" WT/DS285/R Page G-2 Exhibit No. (...) Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 August 2003 AB-29 David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) AB-30 William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 August 2003) AB-31 Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, May 2003) AB-32 "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com AB-33 Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 May 2003) AB-34 Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (October 2002) AB-35 American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), p2 AB-36 Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders AB-37 La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac AB-38 "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business, July 2003 AB-39 M. (...) McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com, (14 October 2003) AB-182 "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com, (26 November 2003) AB-183 Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise, (16 October 2002) AB-184 Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 September 2003) AB-185 Howard J.
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Score: 2231827 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.pdf
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Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] Pièce n° 22 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] Pièce n° 23 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" Pièce n° 24 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" Pièce n° 25 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html Pièce n° 26 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (janvier 2003) Pièce n° 27 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 juillet 2001) Pièce n° 28 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 août 2003 Pièce n° 29 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) Pièce n° 30 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 août 2003) Pièce n° 31 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, mai 2003) Pièce n° 32 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com Pièce n° 33 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 mai 2003) Pièce n° 34 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (octobre 2002) Pièce n° 35 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), page 2 Pièce n° 36 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders Pièce n° 37 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac Pièce n° 38 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business, juillet 2003 WT/DS285/R Page G-3 Numéro Titre Pièce n° 39 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda M. (...) McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com (14 octobre 2003) Pièce n° 182 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com (26 novembre 2003) Pièce n° 183 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise (16 octobre 2002) Pièce n° 184 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 septembre 2003) Pièce n° 185 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Howard J.
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Score: 2162102.3 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.pdf
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Findlay, People of Chance: Gambling in American Society from Jamestown to Las Vegas (OUP 1986) [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Bill Friedman, Designing Casinos to Dominate the Competition: The Friedman International Standards of Casino Design (University of Nevada 2000) [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: Casino Alcohol Policies" Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, "Fact Sheet: ATMS/Credit in Casinos" Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of "Total Rewards," from the website of Harrah's Casino http://www.harrahs.com/e-totalrewards.overview.html Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda James Rutherford, "Lifetime Achievement Award: Phil Satre," Casino Journal (janvier 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Casino Player Awards Record 251 Honors to Harrah's," Gambling Magazine (5 juillet 2001) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Liz Benston, "Mandalay Bay, Conn. Casino in deal for marketing," Las Vegas Sun 29 août 2003 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David Schwartz, Statistical Summary of Atlantic City Casino Market: 1978 to 2002 (Las Vegas, 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Sokolic, "Borgata averages $1.6 million per day in July," Atlantic City Courier-Post (4 août 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Alan Meister, "The Economic Impact of Indian Gaming: 2nd Annual Report" (Analysis Group, Economic Financial and Strategy Consultants, mai 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Gaming at Foxwoods," Information on Gaming Facilities at Foxwood's Casino from its website, www.foxwoods.com Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Kurt van Kuller, Indian Casino boom enters the Bond Market (Merrill Lynch, 12 mai 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Kaplan, "Gambling in America: A Special Report," Cigar Aficionado (octobre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda American Gaming Association, State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment (2002), page 2 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Michael Tew and Jason Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc., Equity Research, Gaming Industry: E-Gaming: A Giant Beyond Our Borders Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda La Fleur's 2001 World Lottery Almanac Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Match Made in heaven-Lotteries and tracks have proven to be a great partnership with VLTs," International Gaming and Wagering Business , juillet 2003 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda M. (...) McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com (14 octobre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com (26 novembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise (16 octobre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 septembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Howard J.
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Score: 2162102.3 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.doc
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Please print neatly in black/blue ink and return to: The Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino Via facsimile by May 15, 2018 to FAX number: +5999-435-5005, or Via email at reservations@curacaorenaissance.com Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino Guests of the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino experience all that the island of Curaçao has to offer. (...) Other amenities offered at the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino will be unrivalled by its contemporaries on the island. (...) Up scale retailers at the Renaissance Mall will include distinctive world renowned brands. The Carnaval Casino provides guests with more than 15,000 square feet of entertainment, including the latest slot machines and exciting table games.
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Score: 1958205.5 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...Members-GeneralInformation.pdf
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Clubs and gambling houses The code indicates Clubs and gambling houses. Gamings and bets (casinos; races; lotto) The code indicates Gamings and bets (casinos; races; lotto).
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Score: 1950854.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...EU_TaxExemptionReason_D09B.xsd
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Please print neatly in black/blue ink and return to: The Renaissance Curacao Resort & Casino Via facsimile by May 15, 2018 to FAX number: +5999-435-5005, or Via email at reservations@curacaorenaissance.com Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino Guests of the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino experience all that the island of Curaçao has to offer. (...) Other amenities offered at the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino will be unrivalled by its contemporaries on the island. (...) Up scale retailers at the Renaissance Mall will include distinctive world renowned brands. The Carnaval Casino provides guests with more than 15,000 square feet of entertainment, including the latest slot machines and exciting table games.
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Score: 1938517.8 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...rosMEVA-InformacionGeneral.pdf
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LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES : VENEZUELA / COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF VENEZUELA
CONTENTS Page E/NL.2003/46 Regulations of the National Anti-Money-Laundering Network 2 E/NL.2003/47 National Commission on Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines: Administrative Decision No. 5 6 - 2 - E/NL.2003/46-47 Page 2 REGULATIONS OF THE NATIONAL ANTI- MONEY-LAUNDERING NETWORK PREAMBLE Unlawful money-laundering operations are being carried out on an ever increasing scale and their perpetrators, whom nationality, sovereignty and national development fail to restrain, employ advanced technologies to achieve their aim, which is simply to legitimize the proceeds of various offences, including, naturally, money derived from the illicit sale or marketing of drugs. (...) - 6 - E/NL.2003/46-47 Page 6 OFFICIAL GAZETTE No. 37630 DATED 12 FEBRUARY 2003 ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION No. 5 CARACAS, 23 DECEMBER 2002 THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CASINOS, BINGO HALLS AND SLOT-MACHINES WHEREAS: In accordance with the provisions of article 3 of the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines, this Commission is the body responsible for regulating activities under that Law; In accordance with the provisions of article 214 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Organizational Act,1 gaming enterprises are required to cooperate with the National Executive in the monitoring and control of sums of money or other property suspected of being directly or indirectly derived from offences established under that Act or from related activities; In accordance with the provisions of article 213 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Organizational Act, this Commission is required to lay down, within its sphere of responsibilities, preventive measures for countering at the national level the laundering of money and financial proceeds suspected of being derived from the commission of offences established under that Act; Article 4, paragraph 5, of the Regulations of the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines empowers this Commission to lay down any rules that it considers necessary for the most effective application of that Law; HEREBY RULES AS FOLLOWS: Article 1: Shareholders of enterprises applying for licences to establish casinos or bingo halls shall be obliged to provide the following as essential requirements in addition to those laid down by the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines and its Regulations: 1. (...) Article 3: The entities referred to in the preceding article shall submit reports on suspicious, unusual or unconventional activities to the National Commission on Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines, which shall transmit such reports to the National Commission against Illicit Drug Use (CONACUID).
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Score: 1829170.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/NL.2003/46-47&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2005/02/22 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
(d) Measures taken by the Federal Gaming Commission The Federal Gaming Commission is the supervisory authority ensuring that casinos comply with their due diligence obligations to combat money-laundering (art. 48 of the Casinos Act (LMJ) www.admin.ch/ch/f/rs/935_52/a48.html)). (...) In order to fulfil its mandate, the Commission may request any necessary information and documentation from casinos, companies that manufacture or market gaming equipment and bodies responsible for overseeing such establishments. (...) The Casinos Act also provides for the imposition of administrative penalties.
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Score: 1746700.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2005/161&Lang=E
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