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CCJ ADDS ITS VOICE TO FRENCH ONLINE TAX REFORM PROPOSAL
12th September, 2011 at 14:34:26
Pressure mounts for a realistic tax on online gambling
The momentum for a more reasonable tax regime in France continued to build this week with the Government-established advisory committee ComitÃ© Consultatif des Jeux (CCJ) adding its voice in favour of an online gambling tax based on gross gaming revenue as opposed to the current system.
Support from the committee follows closely on submissions to the French Government from France's national regulatory body ( ARJEL ) and French online gaming trade association l'Association FranÃ§aise du Jeu en Ligne (AFJEL ) recommending changes to French online gaming law and a tax rate based on gross gaming revenue.
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