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China's Belt And Road Initiative And Its Two Latin American Gateways
In 2013, President Xi Jinping, recreating the Silk Road—a network of trade routes that connected the East and the West for over 1,500 years ...
Worldwide
15 Feb 2019
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International Arbitration 2019: What To Look Out For!?
As 2019 begins we can't resist the temptation to consider what the year might bring for our international arbitration practice.
UK
8 Jan 2019
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China's Supreme People's Court Takes Clear Steps To Support BRI Arbitration
China's position as a political and economic global power is well recognised but, from a dispute resolution point of view, it is fair to say that China has not historically been a jurisdiction ...
Worldwide
31 Aug 2018
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Brexit: The Return Of The EU Anti-Suit Injunction?
When disputes arise parties look to their contracts to see how the dispute should be resolved. Sometimes this is a straight-forward matter and the parties proceed as previously agreed.
UK
15 Jan 2018
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Would A Summary Procedure Improve The Arbitral Process? ICC Update
Earlier this year we asked whether a summary procedure would improve the arbitral process. The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) had already introduced its summary procedure rules ...
UK
11 Dec 2017
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Advantages Of International Commercial Arbitration
In international trade and commerce, arbitration has become exceptionally strong and widely accepted as a means of resolving disputes.
Worldwide
30 Jul 2015
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International Arbitration 1/3LY
I am delighted to present the third issue of Clyde & Co’s International Arbitration 1/3LY. The launch of the third issue coincides with the IBA’s 18th Annual International Arbitration Day in Washington DC.
UK
26 Feb 2015
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