Arbitration Reform in India: A Look at the Hong Kong modelJuly 28 2015
The Indian Government (“Government”) led by its Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has embarked on a mission to significantly enhance foreign investment in India and to greatly improve the ease of doing business in the country. To this end, the Government has promised judicial reforms and is considering amendments to India’s arbitration legislation.
If the Government is keen on transforming India into a global arbitration hub, it can draw from the experience of Hong Kong, which is a successful . . .
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