Nordic countrie: Denmark's new Arbitration Act brings it into line with its neighbouring countries, and dispute resolution specialists are hoping the new law will increase the popularity of Denmark as a place to hold international arbitrations. Carsten Pedersen reports
The major changes seen in arbitration practice across the globe have recently been addressed in Denmark with the enactment of a new Arbitration Act, which came into force on 1 July this year. A new and modern approach was much needed in view of international developments since the early 1970s.
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