Bingo and casino bosses have met with the Venezuelan tax agency to propose amendments to new legislation that came into force at the beginning of July and which they claim threatens the livelihood of bingo hall owners, particularly in the interior of the country.
Gambling industry representatives met with officials from tax collection authority SENIAT last week to put across their case for an amendment to the tax legislation that came into effect on July 1. The new tax regime imposes higher taxes on all sectors of the gambling industry in Venezuela but it is bingo hall owners that have been most vocal in their opposition to the plans.
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