SPORTINGBET is in discussions with Spain’s Ministry of Finance over a “potential outstanding tax liability” covering its operations in the region.
The period under discussion is between January 2009 and May 2011.
A further announcement would be made in due course, Sportingbet stated to the stock exchange.
Its share price was down 3.25p, to 25p, in this morning’s trading.
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