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The Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation Centre and the Commercial Arbitration Centre of the Chamber of Commerce and Portuguese Industry are holding their first international arbitration congress in Maputo today and tomorrow at the Montebelo Indy-Maputo Congress Hotel.
‘The Reform of Mozambican Arbitration Law’ is the central theme of the congress, which is being attended by Portuguese and Mozambican speakers.
The conference has the participation of Ragendra de Sousa, Minister of Industry and Commerce, Agostinho Vuma, President of CTA, Abdul Carimo Issá, Chairman of the Arbitration Council of the Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation Centre, António Menezes Cordeiro, Chairman of the Arbitration Council of the Commercial Arbitration Centre of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Flávio Menete, Bastonário of the Mozambican Bar Association, lawyers Sam Levy, Pedro Couto and Tomás Timbane, among others.
Minister of Justice Isac Chande will deliver the closing statement tomorrow.
The Private Law Research Centre of the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon and law firms Cuatrecasas and Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, and Soares da Silva & Associates are also partners in the initiative.
Full programme and speakers, in Portuguese may be accessed here.Source: Press Release