China Tackles Dispute Resolution Head-On in Light of One-Belt-One-Road

Oct 3, 2018
| By Jacelyn Johnson
Innovation lies in the heart of China’s efforts in developing its dispute resolution mechanisms as it strives to stay at the top of the game in international disputes, especially with Belt and Road Initiative looming with endless possibilities of potential differences
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China is taking proactive measures to establish and streamline future commercial dispute resolution mechanisms, with a view to ensure a stable trade environment with suitable legal safeguards especially with regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

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