India's parliament debates arbitration and jet row
India’s lower house of parliament has passed a bill to change and clarify arbitration legislation that came into force three years ago – with one parliamentarian using the debate to suggest that a political storm over a €7.5 billion deal for the acquisition of fighter jets may lead to the biggest Indian arbitration since the Bhopal gas tragedy.
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