Today’s Phnom Penh Post has an interview with the President of the new National Arbitration Centre, Ros Monin. The article is entitled “Arbitration centre facing hurdles”, which is a fair assessment. Although a launching ceremony was held earlier this year, the Mr. Ros doesn’t expect the NAC to be able to handle cases until early 2014. One hurdle is funding to construct offices and for startup operations, which he calls on the Ministry of Commerce to contribute. He also describes briefly how the Arbitration Centre will work and opines on the current state of dispute resolution in the Kingdom. Stay tuned

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