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
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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