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After a few weeks of delay the Dutch Government has published their proposals for national regulation of online gaming.

After a few weeks of delay the Dutch Government has published their proposals for national regulation of online gaming.

Applicants must have their “principal establishment” in the European Union or in a “state appointed by the Minister of Justice as guaranteeing an adequate level of protection of the interests that the Betting and Gaming Act aims to serve.”

A two tier tax system is suggested with a top rate of 29% for land based providers and 20% for internet operators. There will also be mandatory charitable donations.

Industry consultation and responses will start immediately and are due to end on 21 July 2013. Pokerfuse will publish a full examination of the proposals shortly.