Introduction to International Commercial Arbitration in China

Hong Kong Law Journal, Vol. 36, p. 171, 2006

Posted: 18 Aug 2006

Abstract

In this article, the author reviews China's law of commercial arbitration, in light of recent amendments to international arbitration rules, designed in part to improve and ensure neutrality and independence. Despite these amendments, there remain significant pitfalls, arising in part from deficiencies in the court system, to which a claimant must turn in the event of non-compliance with an award. The article concludes with some proposals to address these deficiencies.

Suggested Citation

Inoue, Taroh, Introduction to International Commercial Arbitration in China. Hong Kong Law Journal, Vol. 36, p. 171, 2006, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=925164

Taroh Inoue (Contact Author)

Motorola Japan Ltd. ( email )

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Tokyo, 106-8573
Japan
81332808701 (Phone)

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