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01 November 2018
Two arbitral institutions in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, including a former subcommission of CIETAC that broke away, have merged with a view to gaining a more significant international role.
13 February 2018
A court in Shanghai has refused to enforce a SIAC award on the grounds that the Singapore institution's use of an expedited procedure with a sole arbitrator breached the parties' agreement that disputes would be resolved by a three-member tribunal.
30 August 2017
Japanese electronics company Sharp has asked a US court to block a SIAC emergency arbitrator's confidentiality order prohibiting public discussion of an arbitration with a Chinese licensee - which it says breaches its right to free speech under the US Constitution.
16 August 2017
An Australian mining company has won enforcement in Beijing of an HKIAC award against a Chinese company over a breached share purchase agreement relating to a South African gold mine.
27 July 2017
A tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration has thrown out a claim by three Chinese state-owned enterprises against Mongolia, marking the first time a state has prevailed on a “narrow” reading of an expropriation clause common to around 70 bilateral investment treaties signed by China.
07 July 2017
Amid a “scramble for control” of a cement producer, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance has appointed receivers over shares in a Chinese investment company ahead of a CIETAC arbitration to determine their rightful owners.
06 July 2017
A Chinese state-owned enterprise cannot assert the common law doctrine of crown immunity to prevent execution of an arbitral award against its assets in Hong Kong, the territory’s courts have ruled.
12 June 2017
Hong Kong’s high court has ruled that a CIETAC arbitration clause does apply to a multi-contractual dispute over a roadbuilding project in mainland China.
12 April 2017
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