CIETAC

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CIETACChina International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
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negative impact of the ChinaChem and CIETAC decisions on investors due
ICC 23% ABA 19% CIETAC 20% Singapore International Arbitration Centre 61% London Court of International Arbitration 27% Note: Table made from bar graph.
CIETAC and SCC earn their place in history as champions promoting and pursuing solutions to global problems.
One reason why CIETAC might be of interest to the international circles of investor-state arbitration is that, in theory, CIETAC arbitration rules might be used in such arbitration as quite a number of China BITs contain an article stipulating that the dispute may be referred to an ad hoc arbitral tribunal set up in accordance with the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) rules of arbitration, or any other arbitration rules agreed upon by both parties.
After its initial success, CIETAC arbitration has "cooled" considerably because of problems with the integrity of arbitrators.
party involved in a CIETAC arbitral proceeding (166) could
The settlement and CIETAC Arbitral Award commits SPGC and Kingda to ensure that any equivalent or comparable products which they may manufacture today are not marketed, sold, used or distributed outside of China.
Approved in 1988, Shanghai International Arbitration Centre (SHIAC), is also Known as Shanghai International Economic & Trade Arbitration Commission (previously CIETAC in Shanghai).
ICC 337 Vienna 70 CIETAC 267 Stockholm 63 AAA 252 British Columbia 40 Hong Kong 185 Singapore 12 LCIA 72 (approx.
Also known as the Arbitration Court of the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC), CIETAC traces its roots to the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission, originating in April 1956.
NetCert has already reached a tentative agreement with the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission to have CIETAC staff hosting the virtual arbitration desk.