The Singapore Ministry of Law (MinLaw), China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the International Commercial Dispute Prevention and Settlement Organization (ICDPASO) will be co-hosting the 2nd Singapore-China International Commercial Dispute Resolution Conference online on 7 April 2022 from 9am to 5:30pm (GMT+8).
This is the second edition of the inaugural conference held in Beijing in 2019, which saw over 300 judges, government officials, legal and dispute resolution practitioners, in-house counsel, business executives, and academics participating in-person, and close to 400,000 participating online.
The theme of this year’s conference is the “development and future of international commercial dispute resolution.” Through a series of speeches and panel discussions, the conference seeks to examine the latest developments in arbitration, mediation, litigation, as well as how they are expected to evolve over the next few years. The conference will also explore how Singapore and China can work together in helping businesses resolve disputes more fairly, efficiently, and cost-effectively to promote cross-border commerce, investment, and economic cooperation.
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