Picking the Right Arbitration Institution in China

September 18, 2014

It has been more than two years since the outburst of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC)'s internal war, which resulted in the unfortunate split of the former branches in Shanghai and Shenzhen from the main body of CIETAC (Beijing headquarters) in 2012. This left both the international arbitration and business communities in great confusion about the aftermath of the split, such as the enforceability of relevant CIETAC-related arbitration clauses, as well as arbitration awards made by the former branches that have newly stood on their own feet.

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