Flaws and Presumptions: Rethinking Arbitration Law and Practice in a New Arbitral Seat (Report on the Mauritius International Arbitration Conference 2010)
Article from: TDM 1 (2011), in Conferences
The Mauritius International Arbitration Conference 2010 held on 13 & 14 December 2010
launched the new platform for international commercial and investment arbitration following
five years of cooperation between Mauritius and other leading arbitral institutions in the
world leading to the adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law, a permanent PCA representative and
the opening of a modern Centre for International Arbitration in Mauritius.
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A. Gng; "Flaws and Presumptions: Rethinking Arbitration Law and Practice in a New Arbitral Seat (Report on the Mauritius International Arbitration Conference 2010)"
TDM 1 (2011), www.transnational-dispute-management.com