Volume 18 (2016) / Issue 2
This article reviews the approach of Mainland Chinese courts in making rulings on the validity of foreign-related arbitration agreements, and on the setting aside and enforcement of foreign related arbitral awards made in China. It is an edited version of a speech delivered by the author in Hong Kong on 26 October 2015 at CIETAC Hong Kong’s Is Time on Our Side? conference, which was part of 2015 Hong Kong Arbitration Week.
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