On 2 November 2004 representatives of 17 arbitration centers and associations met in Sydney and established the Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group ('APRAG'). Membership of APRAG has since grown to 49 members. APRAG is a regional federation of arbitration associations which aims to improve standards and knowledge of international arbitration and will make submissions on behalf of the region to national and international organizations. This co-operation is unique and is a reflection of the growing importance of international arbitration in Asia and Australasia, the fastest growing economic area in the world.
It also demonstrates the maturity and good will of the member organizations and their determination to further raise standards in, and improve the profile of, international arbitration in the region.
“APRAG is an organization that has a long history and is a respected organization. THAC is proud to be a part of APRAG and honored as president this year
As the president of APRAG, we are strive to developing APRAG to be an prestigious organization with an important role in the development and cooperation of our members.” Pasit Asawawattanaporn
Managing Director of Thailand Arbitration Center
President of Asia Pacific Group ABOUT PRESIDENT
Objective of APRAG
Promote arbitration in the region
Enhance knowledge and improve skills and expertise in arbitration in the region
Make submissions on reform of arbitration law and practice.
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