Highlights of International Maritime Law Conference:
§ Overview of the Indian maritime economy and its laws and regulations, where the economy is heading and what laws and regulations are likely to be implemented in future in response to the growth and development of the economy.
§ Debate between panellists on whether tonnage in the Indian registry of ships will grow in tandem with India’s economic growth or whether Indian law and regulation will cause Indian shipowners to seek registration and finance elsewhere.
§ Explore the power of the Indian court to sell ships that are arrested in India and elsewhere and the issues that may arise from recognition of such judicial sale orders.
§ Insights info India’s growing oil and gas market, its current growth, future production and demand and import dependency.
§ A special session led by the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration to look at the process of maritime arbitration and highlight features of maritime arbitration can help parties resolve their disputes in an efficient, expeditious and economical way.
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