AALCO MEMBERS FROM ASIA ---> Kingdom of Bahrain | Republic of Bangladesh | Brunei Darussalam | People's Republic of China | Republic of Cyprus | India | Republic of Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Iran | Republic of Iraq | Japan | Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan | State of Kuwait | Lebanon | Malaysia | Mongolia | Union of Myanmar | Nepal | DPR Korea | Sultanate of Oman | Pakistan | State of Qatar | Republic of Korea | Kingdom of Saudi Arabia | Singapore | Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka | State of Palestine | Republic of Philippines | Syrian Arab Republic | Thailand | Republic of Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Republic of Yemen | Socialist Republic of Vietnam   AALCO MEMBERS FROM AFRICA ---> Arab Republic of Egypt | Republic of Cameroon | Republic of The Gambia | Republic of Ghana | Kenya | Libya | Mauritius | Federal Republic of Nigeria | Republic of Senegal | Sierra Leone | Republic of Somalia | Republic of South Africa | Republic of Sudan | United Republic of Tanzania | Uganda

Asian International Arbitration Centre Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

AIAC

The Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) formerly known as The Regional Centre for Arbitration, Kuala Lumpur (RCAKL) established in 1978, was the first such Centre in Asia. The Centre offers facilities and assistance for the conduct of arbitral proceedings, including the enforcement of awards made in the proceedings held under the auspices of the Centre. The Rules for arbitration under the auspices of the Centre are the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules of 1976 with certain modifications and adaptations. Other main functions of the Centre are to promote international commercial arbitration in the Asia-Pacific region and to render advice and assistance to parties who may approach the Centre.

Apart from these services the Centre also provides other options for the settlement of disputes such as mediation/conciliation under the Conciliation Rules of the Centre. The Centre, realizing the growing importance of intellectual property in the arena of Information and Communications Technology, also administer international and domestic domain name dispute resolution service, provided by the Malaysian Network Information Centre (MYNIC), which administers the .my domain. All domain name disputes are governed and administered in accordance with MYNIC's Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (MYDRP), Rules of the MYDRP and RCAKL Supplemental Rules.

 

Website: https://www.aiac.world/