LCCI members urged to settle disputes at mediation centre

Lahore – Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) Monday urged the members to avail the facility of LCCI Mediation Centre to settle their disputes.

LCCI Acting President Khawaja Khawar Rashid and Vice President Zeshan Khalil said in a media statement that even Lahore High Court was referring disputes for mediation to the Lahore chamber, which resolved a number of cases successfully.

The Lahore Chamber had established the Mediation Centre for out-of-court settlements of the business disputes in collaboration with World Bank and IFC, asserting that support of Judiciary was making this Centre more effective.

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