2001 News Story

GCC to hold trade arbitration meeting in Muscat

The board of directors of the Center for Trade Arbitration of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has scheduled its 23rd meeting for May 12-13 in Muscat, Oman. The two-day meeting will review a number of reports and some administrative and financial issues. The recent GCC Summit in Manama stressed the importance of the Center, which was set up by the GCC in 1993, and delegated it a greater role in settling disputes arising from the ongoing unification of Gulf economies.