China International Commercial Court – competitor or collaborator?

Inaugurated last month, with branches in Shenzhen and Xi’an, the China International Commercial Court provides a new forum for the resolution of disputes relating to China as the country embarks on its massive Belt and Road initiative. Wilson Wei Huo, partner at Zhong Lun Law Firm in Beijing, considers how the new court operates and ways in which it competes and collaborates with China’s existing courts and international arbitration institutions.

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