The southern Russian territory of Krasnodar made its bid last week to lure investors to a new casino zone on the Azov Sea. But with glowing architectural models and computer simulations on display, visitors were left pondering how the dream might eventually square with reality.With just thirteen months to go before federal law demands the closure of Russia’s existing casinos, operators weighing their relocation options to the four new domestic casino zones inside the country are largely having to find their way in the dark.
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