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Chinese Court Enforces A Foreign Judgement For The First Time On The Basis Of Reciprocity
China has for the longest time been known for adopting one of the most restrictive reciprocity systems in the world.
Worldwide
26 Apr 2017
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The "Golden Landmark Case" – A New Dawn For Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards In China?
The dispute concerned a sale and purchase contract entered into between two PRC entities. Both of the entities were wholly foreign owned enterprises (categorized under PRC law as "WFOEs").
China
31 May 2016
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The Supreme People's Court Issues Guidance On CIETAC's Jurisdiction
In late 2012, South China Sub-Commission broke away from CIETAC Beijing and changed its name to Shenzhen Centre of International Arbitration (SCIA)...
China
20 Jul 2015
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Good News For Indian International Arbitration (But With A Sting In Its Tail)
The Supreme Court Decision in Bharat Aluminium -v- Kaiser Aluminium Technical Services ("Bharat").
India
5 Oct 2012
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Arbitral Institutions At War - Beijing v Shanghai And Shenzhen
CIETAC’s authorisation to the CIETAC Shanghai and CIETAC South China Sub-Commissions for accepting and administering arbitration was to be suspended with immediate effect.
China
3 Oct 2012
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