Tasmania planning to introduce 15% point-of-consumption gaming tax

In Australia and the small southern state of Tasmania is reportedly set to introduce a 15% point-of-consumption tax on all net gaming revenues in hopes of bringing in about $3.4 million every year to help run a more efficient government. According to a Thursday report from Inside Asian Gaming, the move is due to come […]
Tasmania planning to introduce 15% point-of-consumption gaming tax

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