"Antigua and Barbuda waits to collect on a big damage bill from the World Trade Organization in a long-running online gambling disagreement with the US" said Mark Mendel one of the lawyers of the Caribbean nation.
"We believe we can be quite self-assured about our case, to be honest. We actually believe we have the upper hand here," he added.
The dispute started in April 2005 when the US approved a law that allowed only US based companies to provide online horse-race gambling services and then the Caribbean nation accused US law to be a discrimination against foreign companies.
"...Antigua ...has asked for $3.44 billion a year worth of 'cross-retaliation' compensation from the United States..."