Costa Rican Government Reviews Casino Opening Rules

The Costa Rican government has suspended the implementation of new regulations to limit casino opening hours to just 12 hours per day pending a full review of the policy’s wider economic implications currently being undertaken by Costa Rica’s ministry of work.Confirmation that the Costa Rican government will allow casinos to remain open on a 24-hour basis until at least May 1 represents a victory for the lobbying efforts of Costa Rica’s casino operators since a decree issued in June of last year signaled the government’s intention to dramatically curb casino opening hours in the Central American country.

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