The Chilean Casino Control Board will accept applications for the remaining three licences to be granted under a 2005 law that allowed for up to 17 new casinos to be introduced in the country. The original process was suspended in late 2005 following allegations of corruption from outraged applicants.The Chilean casino licensing process, suspended in November 2006 to allow a parliamentary investigatory committee the opportunity to investigate the corruption claims, was formally reopened on Wednesday after the Chilean Chamber of Deputies rejected a proposal to further suspend the process until the year 2011.
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