By James Marrison
There have been some major developments in the Latin American market of late. The government of Ecuador has closed all the casinos in the country. There is the looming specter of nationalization in Argentina. Corruption scandals linked to the gaming industry are once again making headlines in Brazil, while in Mexico a deadly attack on a casino in Monterrey continues to have wide repercussions nationwide. In this month’s Latin American focus, CEM looks at this rapidly evolving market and highlights some of the changes we think could be on the way.
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