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Sir,

Thanks for your article about the UAE signing up to the New York Convention (UAE set to welcome New York Convention into town Issue 142), which will provide a great boost of confidence for companies from outside the region who are considering entering into contracts here.

The sooner the fine detail of how this will work becomes known and we are told when exactly the convention comes into force, the better.

Ghaffari Mandana

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