Topic: Resolving International Disputes: The Asian Hub For Arbitration and Mediation
Hong Kong has long been one of the leading international arbitration locations, with Singapore catching up in recent years. It is a natural development given the many businesses taking place in Hong Kong and Singapore, be it as a trading port or the Asia headquarters. What can Hong Kong offer to be considered as the preferred arbitration seat? How will Hong Kong and Singapore respond to the growing dispute resolution demand in the Asian region? With Hong Kong preparing to set up the first-ever inter-governmental organization dedicated to mediation, spearheaded by the Chinese government, how would this center lead to more win-win situations when disputes arose? How will Hong Kong reform the dispute resolution landscape?
- Dr. Mariel Dimsey, Secretary-General, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
- Mr. Jern-Fei KC Ng, Advocate (Singapore), Arbitrator (Hong Kong), Temple Chambers
- Mr. Friven Yeoh, Co-leader, Global Arbitration, Trade and Advocacy, Sidley
The South China Morning Post presents the 5th edition of China Conference: Southeast Asia in a hybrid format in March 2023, bringing together government representatives, business leaders and regional spectators for a 2-day immersive and interactive dialogues around the many areas China and Southeast Asia are shaping the global agenda.
This year's edition sheds light on the traditional and digital economy development in the region and looks into the future of technology-powered world.