Spanish Las Vegas Requires Legal Revision

An international consortium will formally unveil plans next week for a huge Las Vegas-style gambling and entertainment resort to be built by 2017 near the city of Zaragoza in North-East Spain but the regional government of Aragon has conceded that local gaming laws must first be changed before the monumental project can get off the ground. The ambitious project is being backed by a British-based consortium, International Leisure Development (ILD) PLC. Investors hope that the casino city (at present being referred to simply as ‘Gran Scala’ – Spanish for grand scale) will become the largest entertainment resort in all of Europe and they clearly have a template in mind for the project.

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