Offshore online casino operators in the Philippines will be forced to pay the state

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President of the Republic of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte has announced that taxes will be introduced in the country for offshore online casino operators. Thanks to this, the head of state explained, not only the budget of the Philippines will be replenished, but gambling companies will also fall under the strict control of the authorities. Under the draft law, which has already been submitted to the Philippine Parliament, illegal operators must pay the state five percent of the gross income received from games, and foreigners working for these operators are required to pay 25% of their salaries. My Lucky Story wrote that Russia proposed to change the taxation of clients of gambling operators. As reported, the Kenyan authorities plan to establish a 20 percent tax on sports betting in the country. Recall that gambling houses in Portugal are exempt from paying taxes in 2021.

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