Autonomous Low-Tax Ceuta Looks To Capitalise On Brexit-Weakened Gibraltar

The Spanish-owned African city of Ceuta plans to compete with Gibraltar and Malta as an online gambling hub servicing the European market, according to its political leader Juan Bravo.

“Malta is fantastic, but Ceuta is the gateway to Africa,” he said, speaking last week at the Gaming in Spain conference in Madrid.

Bravo revealed that following a Spain-wide tax cut to 20 percent for online operators, Ceuta had secured its own discounted rate.

“We have achieved bringing the gambling tax in line with other taxes in Ceuta, where we have corporate tax relief for companies that are based here,” said Bravo.

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