Outlines the goals of the Bangladesh Arbitration Act 2001 and considers the extent to which it departs from the UNCITRAL Model Law for International Commercial Arbitration 1985. Reviews key features of the legislation, including its failure to incorporate interim measures and its approach to dispute resolution, the conduct of arbitral proceedings, decision making by the arbitral tribunal, the grounds for setting aside awards and the recognition of foreign awards. Considers whether more needs to be done to increase the country's attractiveness as a location for settling international commercial disputes.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||International Arbitration Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|