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WTO Weighs Online Gambling Dispute

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WTO Weighs Online Gambling Dispute

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WTO Weighs Online Gambling Dispute

WTO Weighs Online Gambling Dispute

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The World Trade Organization is now deeply involved in a five-year-old disagreement pitting the United States against the tiny Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. The issue is online gambling. Simon Lester, a former WTO lawyer who now runs the Web site WorldTradeLaw.net, discusses the case with Scott Simon.

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