New and exciting casino in Paris looking for dealers to join their team Click here to read the full details and to apply The casino is a state of the art set up and will open in the City of Paris in December. This is a fantastic opportunity to embrace a new language, new culture and whole new direction in your life. Find your next casino job on our RECRUITMENT page Home Read More
The Sports, Culture and Tourism Committee termed the review of the taxes for the betting firms as suspicious and agreed to overhaul the whole Act and create a new one A National Assembly committee has rejected all the proposed amendments to the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act, including the review of the 35 percent taxation to 15 percent. The Sports, Culture and Tourism Committee termed the review of the taxes for the betting firms as suspicious and agreed to overhaul the whole Act and create a new one. The committee...Read More
Hiring Americans and bringing jobs back to the U.S. has been a cornerstone of President Donald Trump’s campaign and presidency. Yet as we previously discussed on Marketplace, Trump is not the only president to advocate for America-first policies. One such policy was the Passenger Vessel Services Act (PVSA), which was signed into law by President Grover Cleveland in 1886 . Under the PVSA, only ships built in the U.S., owned by U.S. companies and staffed with American crew are allowed to ferry passengers from one U.S. Port to another, according to...Read More
Pampa Cruises Plans South American Startup Operation Another new cruise line is in the works, as Pampa Cruises has announced its intention to start year-round operations from South America, serving local markets in Argentina and Brazil. The cruise line plans to homeport in up to five cities, starting as soon as October 2018, offering cruises from three to 16 nights aboard the former Delphin. “We’ll offer cruises to 26 ports in our first year of operation, from October 2018 to September 2019,” said Milton Sanches, director...Read More
Original Article SkyCity Entertainment Group wants to sell its Darwin casino business in Australia's Northern Territory for at least $A200 million ($NZ212m) and hasn't yet attracted a buyer because the asking price is seen as "a little too high", according to a report in The Australian newspaper. [The casino has begun expansion plans despite the fact the contract for the international convention centre has not yet been signed.] New Zealand's only listed casino company is looking to free up cash from its existing...Read More
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