Laws needed to support business in Asia Pacific developing countries

23 June 2015

As cross border trading in the Asia and the Pacific region grows, laws need to be put into place to give businesses in developing countries better access to justice, for services such as international commercial arbitration.

That’s according to the Head of the Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific of the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).

João Ribeiro made the comments during a visit to Canberra, the capital of Australia.

Christopher Woodthorpe met with him and began by asking what UNCITRAL’s role will be as the global community moves forward with new development goals currently being negotiated.

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