India Is Committed To Support Dispute Resolution Sector, Says Foreign Secretary

Mr Shringla was speaking at the third Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) -India Conference.

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Saturday said that India is committed to support the dispute resolution sector and encourage development of the sub-continent as an important global hub for international arbitration.

Speaking at the third Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) -India Conference, Mr Shringla said, “India is committed to supporting the dispute resolution sector and encouraging the development of the sub-continent as an important global hub for international arbitration.”

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“We have proactively reviewed and modernized our arbitration legislation reflecting international best practices to make sure that our laws stay up-to-date, and support the needs of users of arbitration,” he added.

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