About the Event

The rise of China as an economic superpower has a profound impact on Asia. China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) promises a wave of development and business opportunities for countries along the BRI corridors. How should Asia embrace China’s growing influence and navigate through the risks, opportunities and potential disputes that the BRI may present?

At the session, Dr. Yu Jianlong, Secretary General of China Chamber of International Commerce, shared the Chinese experience in dealing with the associated commercial and legal risks, and the role of Singapore as a dispute resolution centre for disputes arising from the BRI.

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31 Oct 2018, Wednesday
2:00pm - 6:00pm

Maxwell Chambers, Singapore


Public event, email contact person to register

Members: S$60.00
Non-Members: S$90.00

Michelle Lim
+65 6324 0552

About the Organizer

The Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) was originally established in November 2004 and was under management by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). Acting on industry feedback, the SCMA was reconstituted in May 2009 and started functioning independently, with funding from Singapore Maritime Foundation.

The aim of the SCMA is to provide a framework for maritime arbitration which is responsive to the needs of the maritime community. The SCMA has members drawn from all sectors of the maritime community internationally and there is no distinction in the class of membership or their entitlements.

Management of the SCMA is overseen by a board of directors, led by Chairman, Mr. Goh Joon Seng.