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Cook Islands at first arbitration conference

Tuesday 20 February 2018 | Published in Local

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Cook Islands at first arbitration conference
From left to right: Sandrina Thondoo of Internal Aff airs, Deputy Solicitor-General Catherine Evans, Julia Evans from the Cook Islands Business and Professional Women's Association, Jaoa Ribeiro-Bidaoui head of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, international arbitration and litigation authority Gary Born, Jim Armistead from Minstry of Foreign Aff airs & Immigration, and Fletcher Melvin from the Chamber of Commerce. 18021903

A delegation from the Cook Islands travelled to Fiji to take part in the 2018 South Pacific International Arbitration Conference held in Denarau last week.

A delegation from the Cook Islands travelled to Fiji to take part in the 2018 South Pacific International Arbitration Conference held in Denarau last week.


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