Panama: Applications to operate three new casinos analyzed
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Raúl Cortizo (Executive secretary of JCJ).
Executive secretary of JCJ, Raúl Cortizo, commented that investors are consulting the preliminary location to see if it is feasible or not, and then present a formal application to obtain a contract with the nation.
Besides, Alfaro, president of the the Panamenian Association of Games of Chance Managers (ASAJA), said that the trade union does not oppose, as long as they comply with the requirements as experience, analysis of solvency, number of rooms, distance from schools, hospitals, etc.
He added that if an investor builds a 300-room hotel is because the gambling tourism is growing.