MYANMAR: A fresh start

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 (6 months ago)

Less than a year after acceding to the New York Convention, Myanmar has published a draft of a new arbitration bill to replace legislation drawn up 70 years ago. Partners Jainil Bhandari, Chester Toh, Kelvin Poon and Paul Tan and foreign associate Jawad Ahmad of Rajah & Tann in Singapore report

A landmark in Myanmar's capital city, Naypyidaw

A landmark in Myanmar's capital city, Naypyidaw (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

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