PMCG has started a project in Mongolia to assist the government in its arbitration reform process. As part of the process, PMCG participated in the International Conference on Commercial Arbitration and Public-Private Dialogue for Arbitration Reform in Mongolia, organized by the USAID funded Mongolia Business Plus Initiative (BPI) Program.
The conference presented Georgia’s experience in the field of private arbitration and the process of successful reforms.PMCG consultant, Mr. Aleksandre Tsuladze also participated in the working group discussions, meetings with high ranking government officials and private sector stakeholders, to provide more technical and follow-up discussions to increase both awareness and commitment to arbitration reform among key stakeholders.
The initiative is implemented by Chemonics, a long-time partner of PMCG. The project aims to support the Government of Mongolia to establish a business-enabling environment conducive to diversified economic growth and creating improved economic opportunities for people in Mongolia.
PMCG will provide consultants for follow-up support and assistance in this process.