Portugal has agreed to look again at potential liberalization of gambling. A three month investigation will report back on a solution.
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The Portuguese government has agreed to set up an investigative committee to examine new gambling laws after a meeting with its bailout creditors, the IMF, EU, and ECB “Troika.”

A 2011 report estimated government revenues of €250m in year one if new gambling laws, which have been awaiting approval for over 18 months, are put into force.