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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
A Vancouver court has denied an attempt by two minority shareholders in a Canadian oil company to enhance their rights to the potential award in a US$1.8 billion UNCITRAL claim against China National Petroleum Corporation through a derivative action.
04 April 2017
Alongside its new arbitration rules, the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA) has unveiled new rules aimed at facilitating negotiations to settle disputes – to be applied immediately in a dispute over the renovation of a shantytown worth billions of Chinese renminbi.
19 December 2016
08 November 2016
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