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Antigua and Barbuda has called on the United States to honour the ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the ongoing dispute on internet gaming.
Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer, addressing the United Nations General Assembly (UNGFA) said his island has been proactive in its approach to diversifying our economy.
“We entered into the international gaming sector abiding by all prescribed international standards.
Unfortunately, our friend and developed partner, the United States of America, was of the view that our gaming sector contravened its domestic laws.”
Prime Minister Spencer said that Antigua and Barbuda found it appropriate to seek international redress on the matter through the dispute mechanism of the WTO.