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The United States does not, in any event, accept Antigua's proposed distinction between "sports" and "non-sports" gambling and betting. (...) Secondly, the United States rejects Antigua's distinction between the supply of "non-sports related and horseracing" gambling and betting services, on the one hand, and the supply of "other sports-related" gambling and betting services, on the other. (...) Neither the Panel nor the Appellate Body referred to the distinction that Antigua now draws, namely between the United States' regulation of the supply of "non-sports related and horseracing" gambling and betting services, on the one hand, and its regulation of the supply of "other sports-related" gambling and betting services, on the other.
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Score: 1528066.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285arb_13_e.doc
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Therefore, in light of the foregoing, a complaining Member is entitled to use various types of evidence to display how a measure violates a WTO provision. 25 Whilst the items listed by Antigua and Barbuda in Section III of the Annex to its Panel request may not (all) be measures26, these items may, nevertheless, be relevant for Antigua's demonstration that the legislative measures referred to in Sections I and II of the Annex to its Panel request result in a complete prohibition on the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services. 31. Given that Antigua and Barbuda has indicated that it does not intend to treat the items listed in Section III as distinct and autonomous "measures" but, essentially, will seek to rely upon them as evidence to illustrate the existence of a general prohibition against cross-border supply of gambling and betting services in the United States, we decline to rule out the relevance of such items. (...) In addition, we recall the panel's conclusion in Thailand – H-Beams, which stressed the importance of the distinction between, on the one hand, the sufficiency of the Panel request and, on 29 The Appellate Body has already determined (in Guatemala –Cement I, para. 75) that in a dispute under the Anti-dumping Agreement, the requirements of both the Anti-dumping Agreement and the DSU must be respected in determining what the "matter" referred to the DSB is: "The fact that Article 17.5 contains these additional requirements, which are not mentioned in Article 6.2 of the DSU, does not nullify, or render inapplicable, the specific requirements of Article 6.2 of the DSU in disputes brought under the Anti-Dumping Agreement. (...) We are concerned here that Thailand is blurring the distinction between, on the one hand, the sufficiency of the Panel request and, on the other, the issue of whether or not the complaining party establishes a prima facie case of violation of an obligation imposed by the covered agreements.
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Score: 1328175.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_a_e.pdf
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Whilst the items listed by Antigua and Barbuda in Section III of the Annex to its Panel request may not (all) be measures , these items may, nevertheless, be relevant for Antigua's demonstration that the legislative measures referred to in Sections I and II of the Annex to its Panel request result in a complete prohibition on the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services. 48. Given that Antigua and Barbuda has indicated that it does not intend to treat the items listed in Section III as distinct and autonomous "measures" but, essentially, will seek to rely upon them as evidence to illustrate the existence of a general prohibition against cross-border supply of gambling and betting services in the United States, we decline to rule out the relevance of such items. (...) In addition, we recall the panel's conclusion in Thailand – H-Beams , which stressed the importance of the distinction between, on the one hand, the sufficiency of the Panel request and, on the other hand, the issue of whether or not the complaining party has established a prima facie case of violation: "Thailand argues that 'a panel may only accept the mere listing of a particular article as sufficient if absolutely no prejudice was possible during the course of the proceedings.' (...) We are concerned here that Thailand is blurring the distinction between, on the one hand, the sufficiency of the Panel request and, on the other, the issue of whether or not the complaining party establishes a prima facie case of violation of an obligation imposed by the covered agreements.
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Score: 1328175.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_a_e.doc
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G.4.4.5   US — Gambling , para. 332 ( WT/DS285/AB/R , WT/DS285/AB/R/Corr.1 )   Antigua additionally contends that the Panel acted inconsistently with Article 11 of the DSU because it undertook no assessment of factual evidence relating specifically to Antiguan gambling and betting services when evaluating whether the Wire Act, the Travel Act, and the IGBA are “necessary”. (...) Moreover, the statutes at issue make no distinction on their face as to gambling services from different origins; the Panel found simply that the statutes prohibit the remote supply of gambling and betting services. (...) The United States based its defence under the chapeau of Article XIV on the assertion that the measures at issue prohibit the remote supply of gambling and betting services by any supplier , whether domestic or foreign.
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Score: 1264536.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/dispu_e/repertory_e/g4_e.htm
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Celebrating what sets Georgia apart This latest work builds on the EBRD’s and FAO’s efforts in recent years to help Georgia register its distinctive Tushuri guda and sulguni cheeses as Geographical Indications (GIs) and to publish an inventory of origin-linked Georgian foods.   (...) Ultimately, it can contribute to better production, a better environment and a better life for the country’s rural communities and small-scale producers. 16 December 2021, Tbilisi, Georgia Links Georgia’s agrotourism receives further boost from EBRD and FAO Georgia bets on agritourism for scenic Tsalka region Project promotes agrotourism and digitalization for Albanian smallholder farms Montenegro’s culinary riches enticing tourists Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                              Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1203041 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1460297/
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Ann. provides as follows: "Subd. 2. Bet. A bet is a bargain whereby the parties mutually agree to a gain or loss by one to the other of specified money, property or benefit dependent upon chance although the chance is accompanied by some element of skill. (...) Bet or wager does not include the purchase, sale, or trade of securities or commodities under state or federal law. 22-25A-2 "Gambling business" defined. For the purposes of this chapter, the term, gambling business, means a business that is conducted at a gambling establishment or involves the placing, receiving, or making of bets or wagers or offers to engage in the placing, receiving, or making of bets or wagers. 22-25A-3 "Internet" defined.
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Score: 1184706 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_f_e.doc
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Ann. provides as follows: "Subd. 2. Bet. A bet is a bargain whereby the parties mutually agree to a gain or loss by one to the other of specified money, property or benefit dependent upon chance although the chance is accompanied by some element of skill. (...) Bet or wager does not include the purchase, sale, or trade of securitie s or commodities under state or federal law. (...) For the purposes of this chapter, the term, gambling business, means a business that is conducted at a gambling establishment or involves the placing, receiving, or making of bets or wagers or offers to engage in the placing, receiving, or making of bets or wagers. 22-25A-3 "Internet" defined.
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Score: 1174661.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_f_e.pdf
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UNODC says that illegal sports betting and match-fixing have grown into a huge transnational business worth billions of dollars. (...) The commercialization of sport has led to more lucrative gains from sport-related betting. During the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, 5,000 people were arrested in connection with sport betting in China, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, and more than $10 million was seized. Under the new partnership, the UNODC and ICSS will work together to develop a number of programmes to support the fight against match-fixing and illegal betting, as well as safeguarding major sporting events against corruption.
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Score: 1170885.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...hip-tackle-match-fixing-sports
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The rules applying to the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services in the United States are complex and comprise a mixture of state and federal law. (...) (b) The United States authorities also restrict international transfers and payments relating to gambling and betting services offered from outside the United States. (...) Florida Florida Attorney General, Press Release: Western Union Cuts Off Sports Betting Accounts (December 23, 1997). Kansas Op. Att’y Gen.
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Score: 1165876.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_d_e.doc
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The rules applying to the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services in the United States are complex and comprise a mixture of state and federal law. (...) (b) The United States authorities also restrict international transfers and payments relating to gambling and betting services offered from outside the United States. (...) Florida Florida Attorney General, Press Release: Western Union Cuts Off Sports Betting Accounts (December 23, 1997). Kansas Op. Att’y Gen.
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Score: 1165876.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_d_e.pdf
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