- Bill awaits parliamentary, presidential sign-off over next 30 days
- Uncertainty over tax rates unlikely to be settled before Rada recess
Ukraine’s parliament has passed its hotly anticipated gambling bill, with licences potentially on offer in just a few short months, but key questions about tax rates remain unanswered.
After months of uncertainty and stop-start progress, Ukraine’s parliament (Verkhovna Rada) on Tuesday voted to approve a bill that will re-legalise almost all forms of a gambling in a country where the sector has been predominantly illegal since 2009.
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