Guangzhou Court Rules ICC Arbitration Award Chinese, Not Foreign

Oct 7, 2020
| By Vincent Chow
Foreign-related awards are not necessarily more enforceable than foreign awards

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China is paving the way for foreign arbitral institutions to conduct more arbitration in the country. A recent court decision suggests that Chinese courts are taking a different approach to key questions surrounding the nationality of arbitral awards that brings the country more in line with international practices.

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