The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (or HKIAC) was established in 1985 to assist disputing parties to solve their disputes by arbitration and by other means of dispute resolution. It was established by a group of the leading business and professional people in Hong Kong to be the focus for Asia of dispute resolution. It has been generously funded by the business community and by the Hong Kong Government but it is totally independent of both and it is financially self-sufficient.
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