The African elephant in the room
An arbitral award against Guinea that was set aside in West Africa because the arbitrators agreed a fee increase with the parties has raised looming issues about how best to ensure the development of arbitration in Africa, as well as the question of the enforceability of awards annulled at the seat. Kwadwo Sarkodie and Joseph Otoo of Mayer Brown in London report.
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