The Indian arbitration sector is seeing an upswing. And how. The past year has not only seen several amendments to arbitrations laws (and consequent litigation), but also the establishment of the MCIA. Just two weeks back, the country saw a 3-day conference on ‘Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India’ organised by Niti Ayog.
Recently, the government has also revealed a list of firms shortlisted for representing the country at an international stage . . .
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