Indian government cracks down on Goa's casinos

10/20/2009 | Channel NewsAsia

The Indian state of Goa attracts 2.4 million visitors annually to its casinos, but the state is cracking down on underage gambling and has doubled its taxes on gambling revenue. All this comes as casinos have increased their entrance fees from $4 to $40 and visitation is off by as much as 90% at some casinos.

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