Sydney plans new centre of international arbitration
A new centre for international arbitration is set to open in Sydney in response to the rapid increase in cases occurring across the Asia-Pacific region. The Australian International Disputes Centre (AIDC) is due to open in May 2010 and is intended to provide international businesses with an alternative location for arbitration outside Asia and the US.
A new centre for international arbitration is set to open in Sydney in response to the rapid increase in cases occurring across the Asia-Pacific region.
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