Dutch court lifts asset freeze in Chinese M&A dispute
A Dutch court has ruled that a Chinese state-owned food company should not have been permitted to levy attachments worth US$1.7 billion in aid of an ICC arbitration, holding that relief granted by an emergency arbitrator should suffice while a dispute over its purchase of a grain trader is pending.
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