Cambodia’s top official for gambling says Cambodia’s long-gestating casino regulation bill is due for passage “early next year”, although the Ministry of Economy and Finance is yet to finalise minimum capital requirements.
Ministry deputy director-general Ros Phirun today said the 12-chapter draft of the retitled Law on the Management of Integrated Resorts and Commercial Gaming has been revised and reduced from 113 to 97 articles.
There will be "no more changes" to the bill at the hands of the ministry, although amendments by the Council of Ministers and the bicameral legislature could follow, Phirun told the inaugural Mekong Gaming Summit in Phnom Penh.
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