Tremendous Growth for KLRCA over Past Six Years, says its Presisdent
25 December 2016 | Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 25 (Bernama) -- In line with the focus on innovation along side providing for regional needs, the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) has achieved tremendous growth in the past six years.

Its director, Prof Datuk Sundra Rajoo said, Malaysia is now ranked as a safe seat and KLRCA which was established in 1978 is considered one of the largest centres in the world and one of the oldest established centres in the region.

"In 2010, just before the Centre's resurgence, only 22 cases were administered, in the past six years, the number of cases administered increased to 1,290, next would be to defend KLRCA's position as a strong contender and global Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) hub in Asia," he told Bernama recently.....

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