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Criticism to the Arbitration Process

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Explain why costs and time lags subsequently render much criticism to the arbitration process. List solutions and the ways to improve these situations.

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Costs and time lags render much criticism to the arbitration process, largely due to the fact that arbitration can be a costly enterprise due to the fact that in some cases certain business operations will be stalled during the arbitration ...

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