Traditionally, international commercial arbitration and for that matter arbitration in the oil, gas and energy sectors in Asia has been beset with many problems. They are mainly cultural, legal, institutional, and educational and legal infrastructural. Despite recent positive response to the global movement towards modernization and internationalization of arbitration in Asia, there still persist many difficulties in some countries, which merit special consideration. This article highlights those issues and recent legal developments and trends in that regard.
|Journal||Transnational Dispute Management|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2004|