The European Commission has ended its legal action against Greece after conceding that the tax on admission fees to public and private casinos between 1995 and 2012 did not constitute state aid.

The case concerned the application of taxes on casino admission fees, with visitors to publicly owned casinos subject to an 80 per cent tax on admission fees of €6, while visitors to privately owned casinos payed 80 per cent tax on admission fees of €15.

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