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State signs casino deal with Deloitte

The government has signed a contract with Deloitte to provide consultancy services for the licensing of a casino resort.
The group of consultants had its first meeting on February 20 with the members of the ministerial and steering committees, set to oversee the project’s implementation.
On coming to power last year, government asked the tourism organisation (CTO) to update a 2007 study into the creation of casinos to help the government decide on the form they would take – whether they will be accompanied by other development projects.
The previous administration under Demetris Christofias had flatly refused to consider the creation of casinos on ideological grounds, consistently brushing off suggestions that Greek Cypriots could spend their money at casinos in the Republic as opposed to the occupied north, which is currently the case.

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