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Settling international business disputes in Asia: pitfalls and prospects

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Settling international business disputes in Asia: pitfalls and prospects. / Maniruzzaman, Munir.

In: Transnational Dispute Management, No. 4, 07.2006.

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title = "Settling international business disputes in Asia: pitfalls and prospects",
abstract = "The importance of the issue of settlement of international business disputes in Asia by alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods cannot be overlooked in the present day of international business transactions in that part of the world. Such an issue will be ever more increasingly prominent in the context of an ever stronger regional Asian market in the framework of economic regionalism of ASEAN Plus Three, prospective regional energy co-operation in Asia and also in a wider context of the Asia-Pacific region in the foreseeable future.",
author = "Munir Maniruzzaman",
year = "2006",
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