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The International Court of Arbitration will open new offices in Hong Kong and Singapore, a recognition of the growing importance of the Asia Pacific region for dispute resolution services. The offices will represent the new Asia branch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration and the Secretariat of the ICC and will be used to administer ICC’s cases in the region. The Hong Kong office will have a case management team. The director of ICC arbitration and amicable dispute resolution for Asia will be located in Singapore, where a liaison office will be dedicated to ICC dispute resolution services. Both initiatives are scheduled to be implemented in the last quarter of 2008 and be fully operational by the end of the year. “We are very excited by these two steps which reflect our conviction that the Asia Pacific region is of significant importance to the future of ICC Dispute Resolution Services,” Jason Fry, the secretary general of the ICC Court, said in a news release. “Our desire was to respond to an increasing demand for the provision of high quality services locally.” The ICC has tens of thousands of member companies in over 130 countries. More than 2,000 experts drawn from ICC’s member companies help craft the ICC’s stance on various business issues.

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