Tanzania’s arbitration landscape is cultivated after 85 years; what does the Arbitration Bill 2020 envisage?March 2020
Over the past few years, the nature rich and resource wealthy continent of Africa has experienced a flurry of new arbitration laws, treaties, organisations and ventures to boost its position in international arbitration. Tanzania’s Arbitration Bill 2020 (the “Bill”), which currently awaits Presidential assent, comes in the wake of many such developments and appears to be another promising feather in Africa’s arbitration cap.
This article from Claire Miller and Sadaff Habib explores some of the key provisions and issues the Bill addresses.
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