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Could the future of Internet gambling in the US lie in Antigua?

Washington faces a messy showdown after the WTO rules against it, finding that island firms have the right to offer online betting on horse races

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / March 30, 2006

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The tiny nation of Antigua and Barbuda has scored a technical knockout against the United States in an international trade dispute that could determine the future of Internet gambling in this country. (Full article: 993 words)

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