View from here: Singapore swing
Singapore is gearing itself up to be a centre for international arbitration. Alvin Yeo reports on the Government's initiatives, which are already proving a success
As part of its aim to make Singapore a total business hub, the Singapore Government has, since the 1990s, implemented various measures to develop the country as a centre for international arbitration. This began with the establishment of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), which has seen steady growth in terms of the number of cases handled annually.
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