Mumbai centre given appointing authority role
India's Supreme Court has directed the Mumbai Centre of International Arbitration to appoint a sole arbitrator to hear an ad hoc case between an Indian pharmaceutical company and its Nigerian distributor - a move that practitioners say is unprecedented and shows the court's faith in the newly established centre.
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