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Singapore Convention on Mediation

The Singapore Convention on Mediation (the "Singapore Convention" or "Convention") is a uniform and efficient framework for international settlement agreements resulting from mediation. It applies to international settlement agreements resulting from mediation, concluded by parties to resolve a commercial dispute.

The Singapore Convention will facilitate international trade and commerce by enabling disputing parties to easily enforce and invoke settlement agreements across borders. Businesses will benefit from mediation as an additional dispute resolution option to litigation and arbitration in settling cross-border disputes.

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55

number of signatories to the Convention as of [DATE]

TURKEY

the most recent country to ratify the Convention

8

number of countries that have ratified the Convention

Singapore Convention Week 2021

The Singapore Convention Week, organised by the Singapore Ministry of Law, brought together top practitioners and headline makers in the international dispute resolution scene. Across the week-long series of activities, legal practitioners, business executives and government officials from around the world gathered to hear from thought leaders in the field of dispute resolution, and gleaned practical insights on the latest innovations and trends in alternative dispute resolution to serve the fast evolving needs of businesses.


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