We continue our tour of emerging markets. Nate Galer and Juan Pablo Moreno take us to South America, where they introduce us to Colombia and Mexico and Kwadwo Sarkodie and Fabiana Blasiis report on Brazil. In Asia, Kevin Owen is our guide to Indonesia and, in Africa, Kwadwo Sarkodie reports on Ethiopia and, following his visit to Johannesburg, tells us about South Africa’s arbitration law.

Joanna Horsnail and Rachel Smith highlight key issues in bidding or contracting for US governmental projects, while, closer to home, Maurits Kalff, Sander Maarschalkerweerd and Bas van Zelst of Van Doorne in Amsterdam provide the answers to our questions about the modernisation of Dutch arbitration law. Mark King and Tom Duncan look at recovery of the cost of management time spent in dealing with a breach of contract and there are the usual case notes and news items.
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