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The New Arbitration Act of the Sultanate of Oman: Comment

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Affiliations: 1: Laywer, LLD and member of the Paris and Beirut Bars, who resides in Paris. He is also the president of the Arab Association for International Arbitration (AAAI) and secretary general of the Euro-Arab Council for International Arbitration. This commentary is reprinted from the December 1997 issue of Mealey's International Arbitration Report.


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