US Ambassador Optimistic About Resolving Antigua and Barbuda’s Gaming Dispute with Potential Concessions


The US may offer concessions to Antigua and Barbuda to resolve their longstanding gaming dispute, according to US Ambassador Roger Nyhus.

While he’s optimistic about progress, he didn’t disclose specific concessions or a timeline.

Antigua and Barbuda’s internet gambling industry was developed to offset tourism declines but faced barriers in the US market.

After a WTO ruling in 2003, Antigua and Barbuda were entitled to $21 million annually, which the US hasn’t paid, causing economic losses and highlighting challenges for small economies in WTO disputes.

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  1. Why are we even listening to them. They owe Antigua 441 million dollars, end of story. 21 years they”ve been delinquent. If it was the other way around the US would certainly not have been this patient or reasonable. Just pay up and stop trying to swindle us. No conscessions you can offer will actually be of any worth to us, but we can bet they will enrich American businesses. Money talks, US BS can walk

  2. No problem Mr. Ambassador
    If China can give us grants of $100million you can do much better in settling your debt with us. Don’t be a big bully. Do the right thing. We have several infrastructure projects that you can undertake.


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