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Dispute Resolution in Asia Hardcover – 10 Oct 2002


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"Dispute Resolution in Asia" was first published in 1998 and was one of the few titles to deal exclusively with the Asian region. This second edition is not only an updated version of the first edition but is also an expanded work. Chapters on India and Indonesia have been added. The first chapter presents an overview of dispute resolution in Asia and examines the question whether there is an Asian style of dispute resolution. The remaining chapters focus on 12 particular countries. They are important trading countries or countries which are the recipients of substantial foreign investments. This second edition fills the need for increased information on dispute resolution in a region whose economic importance is still growing. The book features: the examination of dispute resolution in 12 countries providing a wide spectrum of Asian laws and approaches; a broad coverage in terms of its subject matter; a variety of contributions that reflect the diversity of legal systems and cultures in Asia; specialist focus on countries with which contributors have particular expertise or experience; and statistics on arbitration centres in Asia.

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