Time for revamp of arbitration law

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  • Monday, 24 Feb 2003

Many countries have updated or replaced their age-old arbitration laws. It’s time Malaysia’s Arbitration Act was revamped in line with developments worldwide, writes SHAILA KOSHY. 

THINGS are brewing in the Malaysian arbitral fraternity. More companies, local and international, are resorting to arbitration for resolving disputes. 

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