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Land agreement terminated for Black Sea Azov City

Hopes for establishing a Black Sea branch of the Azov City gaming zone in Russia have been dashed following a court decision, local media...

Russian authorities to introduce new conditions for investors

In a bid to speed up the construction of the Primorye gaming zone, Russian authorities have decided to introduce new conditions for investors, local...

Sochi gambling zone to open by next summer

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak announced that the Sochi gambling zone will open by next summer, state-owned Russian news agency TASS reported.  In an...

Royal Time Group suspends work on new projects in Azov City

Royal Time Group has suspended work on new projects in Azov City due to the uncertain future of the area, and as the company...

Primorye activity heats up, with $1.1b in planned new investment

The gambling zone of Primorye in Russia’s Far East continues to pull ahead of rivals, with the expected summer opening of Summit Ascent’s integrated resort and news of two other major investments worth more than $1 billion. 

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