Mauritian court shows hand on enforcement

Alison Ross Friday, 2 May 2014 (over 2 years ago)

A decision of the Supreme Court of Mauritius on the enforcement of international awards under the New York Convention has been greeted as evidence of pro-arbitration judicial attitudes in the country, as it seeks to position itself as the leading seat in Africa.

The Supreme Court of Mauritius

The Supreme Court of Mauritius

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