Melbourne’s two main bar groups have called on the Australian government to help turn their city, the country’s second largest, into an international arbitration hub to rival Hong Kong and Singapore.

In a joint statement, the Victorian Bar and the Law Institute of Victoria — the regional associations for barristers and solicitors, respectively — have asked the government to fund the launch of a dedicated dispute resolution center in Melbourne, the capital of the Australian state of Victoria.

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