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Dispute training for Pakistan cotton community

Fifty three delegates recently took part in our two-day training course, ‘Avoidance & Settlement of Cotton Disputes’, which took place on 25 and 26 January at Karachi’s Marriott Hotel.

The workshop was delivered in conjunction with the Karachi Cotton Association and facilitated by industry expert Derek Tanner of D.A.T Arbitration & Consultancy and ICA Managing Director, Kai Hughes.

Speaking after the training, Kai Hughes said: “With Pakistan playing a major role in the cotton supply chain it is increasingly vital that its cotton community continues to receive the most up-to-date training the ICA provides. We are confident that the delegates who took part will take their new found knowledge to help contribute to creating a safer trading environment.”


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