The New York State Bar Association has called for the creation of a center for international arbitration in New York, which it says is necessary if the city is to remain competitive with London, Hong Kong and other centers of international business.

The establishment of the center was one of the recommendations of a task force on New York Law in International Matters adopted by the State Bar’s House of Delegates at a June 24 meeting in Cooperstown.

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