Poland’s industry trade association has petitioned the government to shift gambling tax away from turnover, alongside calling for changes to bookmaker terms and conditions and land-based casino limits.
Trade group PIGBRiB filed a report with the Polish government recommending it replace the current 12 percent turnover gambling tax with a rate set at 20 percent of gross gaming revenue (GGR).
Poland’s existing tax policy makes the country’s betting market unattractive for the majority of the world’s leading bookmakers, the association argues.
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