If you really want India to be an international arbitration hub, it has to start from you: Supreme Court to Central government

"On one hand there are public speeches on making Indian an international arbitration hub and then there is no enforcement of award?" the Court questioned.
 AG R Venkataramani and Supreme Court
AG R Venkataramani and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday slammed the Central government for not paying an amount ordered to be paid by an arbitral tribunal and said that efforts to make India an international arbitration hub must be led by the government itself. [DAMEPL v. DMRC Ltd]

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