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International arbitration in China: A case study
This case illustrated difficulties when the parties agreed to resolve their disputes through international arbitration.
China
16 May 2019
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Debt collection in China
In China, the only formal way to force a debtor to pay his outstanding debts is through litigation or arbitration.
China
16 May 2019
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New developments to impact international arbitration in China
The Supreme People's Court continues initiatives to improve the system for enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.
China
24 Apr 2019
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SPC orders courts to publish judgments online
While Chinese judgments are technically public, until now there has been no public database to search judgments.
China
10 Dec 2013
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Monetary Costs to Litigation in China
Parties often prefer to settle a dispute rather than revert to court, but if a satisfactory compromise cannot be found, then the only way to resolve the dispute may well be to file a lawsuit. Common risks to Chinese litigation (and to a certain extent, arbitration in China) are local protectionism, strict evidentiary rules, and enforcement challenges, but just as important in many smaller disputes is the cost of litigation. Companies should carefully consider whether the legal costs are worth th
China
14 Feb 2011
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