Five reasons why CDR is ailing in South India: Highlights of CPPR’s reportMay 24 2017
The Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), Kochi, recently released a report titled Assessment of Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR) in South India.
The report aims to highlight the shortcomings of the CDR environment in the states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The data was arrived at after consulting entrepreneurs, industrialists, practitioners, lawyers and academicians from the three states. The study was undertaken with support from the British Deputy High Commission in Chennai.
CPPR’s report contains some interesting . . .
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