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Macau deve beneficiar dos casinos de Goa

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A actual incerteza legislativa e fiscal em relação aos casinos de Goa deve vir a benificiar os casinos de Macau segundo analistas da Union Gaming Research citados por Macau Business. Em 2011 estima-se que cerca de 170 mil  visitantes de Macau eram provenientes da Índia.

Os casinos de Macau devem beneficiar das sobretaxas introduzidas nos casinos de Goa. Muito embora o governo de Goa tenha reduzido as taxas de entrada nos casinos tanto onshore como offshore, a indústria dos casinos de Macau espera que a alteração da legislação e as taxas para os casinos de Goa venham a beneficiar os casinos de Macau.

O Governo de Goa continua a dificultar de várias maneiras a actividade dos casinos em Goa tendo aprovado em Agosto alterações à legislação sobre os casinos que porém não entraram ainda em vigor. Por sua vez a população goesa opõe-se também largamente aos casinos em Goa por serem perniciosos ao estilo de vida dos goeses.

Em 2011 estima-se que cerca de 170.000 visitantes de Macau eram provenientes da Índia. Leia a notícia integral em inglês.

4 Responses to Macau deve beneficiar dos casinos de Goa

  1. All casino licences in Goa should be cancelled. The people’s mood in Goa is against the casinos.Goan families have been destroyed because of gambling.Casinos in Goa should be totally banned!!!! Totally !!

  2. I agree with the ‘anti-casino’ sentiment prevailing in Goa referred by Viegas. The revenue potential from Casino`s should not be the main argument for casinos in Goa.The six off-shore casinos and more than a dozen on- shore ones, based in five-star resorts are the way that leads to destruction of the goan society. Please stop casinos in Goa.

  3. Estive em Goa há dois anos e de tudo o que ouvi entre os meus amigos goeses posso dizer que a esmagadora maioria deles simplesmente não quer casino nenhum em Goa. Rui Almeida, V. N. Famalicão

  4. Joao Menezes de Aguiar

    My dear fellows,
    Goa as a prime tourist destination should be able to cater for all tourists.
    So far it does cater to the “”back pack foreign tourist”” as well as for some middle class europeans, but even these are slowly running away, because of the lack of infrastructures, Garbage and poluted beaches.
    Casinos as a mean of entertainment are perfectly fine and NO, NO WAY THEY WILL DESTROY GOA.
    But yes it needs proper regulation and legislation, Unfortunatly like anything else in Goa, it falls prey of corrupted politicians, that use the “”theme”” to obtain people’s support whenever needed after changing words a milli0n times.
    More even the official papers are often adulterated to meet their targets.
    Look at the issue with MOPA and DABOLIM airports.
    Dabolim can not be expanded says an official study made by the well known and serious ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).
    But no one told ICAO that the whole available area includes the area occulied, I say OCCUPIED BY THE NAVY, as n Portuguese days the airport was a civilian airport and was never a militar unit, and extends all the way to Baina beach.
    Inside the airport there is a Golf course and a football pich.
    So there is no space ???? More. Dabolim is the only airport served by an Harbor Mormogao in Vasco da Gama that operates even during the heavy moonson, and is also served by a railway and a highway.
    Located in a planalt situated in the middle / center of the Goa State.
    Now why MOPA???????
    Let the politicians justify
    If the governments is serious in developing

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