India must address ethics, education, court systems to become preferred arbitration seat: VK Rajah

"We had great arbitrators like Krishna. The Kauravas didn't listen and Mahabharat happened," said Arjun Ram Meghwal, who was also present at DAW event where VK Rajah spoke.
VK Rajah
VK Rajah

India needs to get its house in order on three key aspects before it can become a preferred seat for international arbitration, observed former Judge of the Court of Appeal of Singapore and former Attorney-General for Singapore, VK Rajah.

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