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In a move that seems to have taken everyone by surprise, the U.S. Trade Representative has apparently asked a European Union delegation for a postponement of meetings planned for Washington DC on the US government's online gambling and WTO policies scheduled for early next month.
The EU requested the meetings after complaints in December last year by leading gambling companies and the Remote Gaming Association that American online gambling policies were unfair, inconsistent and damaging.
Interactive Gaming News has been informed by RGA chief Clive Hawkswood, already in Washington, that he not aware of why the U.S. authorities have requested the postponed to an as yet unknown date.
Source: InfoPowa News