The government of Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has determined to sell the state’s betting agency ACTTAB after considering a number of recommendations made in a Feasibility Study undertaken earlier this year.

The state commissioned Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC) to undertake a feasibility study earlier this year over the betting agency’s future options because of growing concerns about ACTTAB’s ability to operate in an “increasingly competitive” market.

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